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Mega Bloks King Arthur Battle Action Castle


Price: $114.99 + $12.39 shipping
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  • MicroMotion controllers (stunt sticks) allow you to engage in realistic battle and explore depths of castle
  • Draw bridge that lowers to give access to the castle when Excalibur sword is removed from special stone
  • Includes 6 moveable figurines with weapons
  • Lots of exciting details for great battle action, including war machines and ladders to re-enact siege of the castle
  • Great for imagination and storytelling as well as producing homemade action films
  • Plus battle damage castle walls that crumble for dramatic war action
  • There is an underground jail and hinged castle walls that allow castle to be opened into battle action mode
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$114.99 + $12.39 shipping Only 2 left in stock. Ships from and sold by Angel Moon Collections.

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 3.2 x 15 inches ; 6.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00175U2EQ
  • Item model number: 96121U
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #277,881 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

This buildable 250-piece playset sets the stage for royal adventures.

From the Manufacturer

At King Arthur Battle Action Castle, chivalry, courage and truth come to life. Experience the epic Legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table with this majestic 553 ¿piece transformable castle that pushes the boundaries of figural play. Using innovative MicroMotion technology, bring figures and action scenes to life without your fingers getting in the way thanks to these practical stunt sticks. Open the castle walls to activate ¿battle mode¿ and find the 2 secret battle compartments. Battle Action Castle features an exquisite, flag-covered, cannon launcher with 2 projectiles for you to chase away enemies. Explore the fascinating drawbridge - watch as a soldier turns a crank to lower the bridge when the sword Excalibur is removed from its stone. Observe the killing wheel as it rolls out to attack foes when a secret door is activated. Take advantage of the swivel surprise attack door complete with 3 customizable defense weapons and the ability to hide up to 2 figurines. Load the rock slider, which can be used to drop the included 3 rocks at attacking soldiers! This action packed set also includes an exclusive King Arthur figurine, 2 Knights of the Round Table (Sir Percival and Sir Belvedere), 2 dark knights, a galloping battle action horse, activated flying gryphon creature and 3 MicroMotion controller sticks. The round table has a place reserved for all 12 knights, complete with nametags. There are also plates and goblets fit for a kingly feast. Check out the treasure, throne, forge, prison, King Arthur's hunting dog plus lots of other details that bring Camelot to life! Ideal for active kids 6 and up¿

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It's a huge waste of money.
Luvs2Read
My husband spent over 3 hours putting together the tiny tiny pieces - and as soon as my son began playing with the castle it immediately fell apart.
a. b.
There's no way it could be put together and touched because it will fall apart.
Janet L. Terry

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By D. Budd on December 14, 2008
The castle looks great, and the idea is great, but the execution stinks. There are a number of pieces that absolutely refuse to stay together. Some of the pieces are formed such that placing them in the correct position causes tension that causes them to 'spring' apart when bumped even slightly. Half of the time constructing a section is less like putting together the LEGO blocks that inspired this and more like balancing the pieces on top of one another and hoping they won't pop apart before you add the next piece.
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Alaska-Boy on November 15, 2008
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While hardcore building block enthusiasts might balk at the large pre-built sections, King Arthur's castle is a very nice balance of pieces and playability that can appeal to both young children (8+) and collectors. Lots of nice details, like a fireplace, food items, blacksmith's anvil, and a hunting hound add to what is otherwise a nicely designed (but unexceptional) fantasy medieval set. The Round Table included is a beautiful piece, but it has a very interesting assortment of names gilded on it--opting to include many of the lesser knights while ommitting some of the more prominant ones. Odd, but cool looking.

The knight figures included have a remarkable degree of detail and flexibility/posablity (many points of articulation), and their interchangeable accessories all fit tightly. The "battle action" feature was novel, but didn't really add much for me and my kids (although it does allow the little figurines to fight much easier). The griffon was a standard "Plasma" type creature from the MegaBrands line, but the figurines can fit on the building studs. All in all, the castle makes a great centerpiece to a Mega Bloks King Arthur collection, (you need more figurines that what come with the castle to make it full use of it), and provides many unique pieces for a Lego collector who would rather stick with their traditional yellow mini-figures. Really a very good bargain for around $50, with very high quality plastic, sculpts, and molds.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By J. K. Backlund on December 25, 2008
My boys (9 and 7) are huge Lego fans. We have bought a Lego set for every birthday and Christmas for the last 5 years. I bought this because it was a great deal on Amazon and I thought it was comparable to Legos. IT IS NOT. My 9 year old (who can put together the most complicated Lego sets without help) had a hard time putting this set together. The pieces don't fit together right so he would try to squeeze them together and a whole section of the castle would break apart. It looks great now that it is put together but it as soon as it gets taken apart that will be the end. They will never try to put it back together again - it was too frustrating for them. Stick with Lego's!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C. Utterback on December 25, 2008
Poorly made pieces. Many pieces were bowed and would not stay together. Tried to super glue the pieces together and they were so bowed they would not hold. I will not buy mega bloks again. Threw it in the trash! Worthless!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jill A. Keller on December 21, 2008
My seven year old son got the battle action bridge for his birthday and was sooooo excited to play with it. When we tried to put it together, the pieces are so chinsy they won't stay together. I am taking it back to Target to get him a "Lego" brand castle set that I am really hoping will be of the quality the Lego brand usually puts out. Now I know why the Legos are more expensive than the Megablocks. Buyer beware.........you get what you pay for!!!! I only rated this toy a 1 because zero was not an option!!! It is beyond useless!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By B. Calacci on December 26, 2008
Has anyone called Megablocks about the warped pieces (these are the ones causing all the problems??) I am calling them on Monday (they are conveniently closed for the holiday) and am going to demand they send me my money back and/or fix the pieces and then send me replacement bags. Meanwhile, I have a VERY sad 7 year old boy...it will take me a LONG time to buy Megablocks again over Lego, which I have NEVER had an issue with. Sigh.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Joseph B. Starnes on December 23, 2008
I currently bought this product for my child. I should have just flushed my money down the toilet. The instructions for construction of this product are great but everything else is rotten. When putting together the pieces they do not correspond to the insructions and with any added pressure to connect pieces they fly off or crumble. Be sure to have a tube of superglue handy, thats the only way it will stay together.Why is there not a 0 rating for this product, that is what it deserves? If this is the kind of product this company makes I'm very suprised they are still in business.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Tang on November 16, 2009
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This toy taught me a good lesson: that manufacturing tolerances are extremely important. Legos just fit together and you can build 100 block walls without fear of them misaligning or popping apart. Mega Bloks do not do that. In fact, when you try to assemble some of the sections of the castle, the upper tiers/bloks just don't have a chance to fit properly and often just pop off.

The details and construction ideas are nifty, just no chance to build properly due to the poor quality.
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