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103 of 118 people found the following review helpful
TOP 100 REVIEWERon September 9, 2013
This "micro" set is a great combination of Lego and Minecraft. It's different from regular Lego sets, it has mostly simple 1x1s and is a much smaller set once assembled (the box is only 3" in length, width, and depth). We bought the Nether and the Village - both sets are great. You can customize modules once constructed, this gives great flexibility with the set. The sets are simple yet don't feel as repetitive as some other Lego sets. Once constructed, the modules are remarkably stable given the smaller frame.

It would be great to have the entire collection, but at $35 a set, it adds up to be quite expensive. Price and availability of these sets seems to be varying quite a bit. I did a fair amount if research and it seems $33-$37 is the range in which these sets typically sell. If they are out of stock, they come back in stock pretty quick, so it might be better to wait for stock rather than pay higher prices (I have seen these selling for as much as $60!).
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful
on September 18, 2013
My child is a Lego fan and a Minecraft fan. This is a wonderful item and product. Very well instructed to put together and he loves it. It simulates Minecraft perfectly and enjoyed by my child every day. You can do so many things with it and let your child use their imagination to do so much more as well.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful
on October 3, 2013
These are nice little Lego sets for any MineCraft enthusiast. Be warned that these are micro Lego sets, meaning all the blocks are the tiniest that Lego makes. These almost lose a star because of how small they are versus their price, but it is what it is. My son really likes them. My son did say that he wishes the set came with less "Ghasts" and more "Zombie Pig Men". I'm sure your little MineCrafter would know what that means.
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126 of 153 people found the following review helpful
on December 4, 2013
I bought this on Sunday from the Lego store for $32.00. (not on sale). Since then it seems to have been hiked up in price from 100-500% for these Lego mine craft mini sets all over Amazon. If you buy it for more than 36 bucks you aren't saving any money. It should be illegal for these venders to inflate the price and mark off a little (still making you pay more than double) to trick you into thinking you're getting a deal. These sets retail between 32.00 and 36.00 at in store venders.
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40 of 50 people found the following review helpful
My 9yo and I are Minecraft fans. We play on the XBOX all the time and he's been eying his Minecraft LEGO set (the original one) for quite some time, but it costs almost 100 bucks in Singapore. I was surprised it only costs 35 bucks on Amazon, even bigger surprise that the Nether set is out already (I was expecting it to come out on Xmas).

The set is creatively designed, which is a great thing. The Zombie Pigman micro figure and the Ghast are cute as well hehe.

To be honest, unless you're a Minecraft fan, this really is just a specially painted set of basic blocks, but that's the whole point, right? Minecraft is a block-based game, and to tie it up with LEGO is just a no-brainer.

Good purchase for any Minecraft collector. Thinking of getting the other two right now :P
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on October 15, 2013
This was a big hit with my eight yesr olds. Not too many pieces to be overwhelmed. The project pieces are quite small, however, and do require a bit of dexterity. This is a great project for children and grownups to make together!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on November 13, 2013
I bought this for my 10 year old son he loves to play with the lego and pc version its so cool!!!!! When he's at school i love to give it to him when he gets back. I say its good for kids 8 to 13 and it does not fall apart you have to like punch it to make it fall.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on November 14, 2013
My grandson is obsessed with anything Minecraft and Legos. He's loved and built Legos since he was three, Because he is so precocious it is difficult to keep him occupied. The combination of Minecraft and Lego was just what he wanted. Now we need MORE of them. His friends (8-10 people) have "played" and collected for years. They have everything that was made. They are always looking on Amazon for the latest. Christmas will be achallenge because they have everything (including t shirts). Please keep me advised of all the recent and upcoming releases. Good job Amazon!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 14, 2014
What is Minecraft?

Minecraft is a computer game where you mine minerals and raw materials (or gather them) in order to be able to craft certain things in the game, like food, torches, raw materials. You use the raw materials to make things like farms, houses, mine carts, and a ton of other things. The game is "open" in that when you start playing, you can do and do pretty much anything you like (subject to having crafted the necessary tools) and the charm comes in being creative and making massive structures / towns / dolls / whatever.

The fun is heightened even more when you get friends involved!

Each thing that can be built is made from blocks of fixed dimensions. In many ways, Minecraft is the digital Legos of our children's era.

You probably know what Legos are. What this set does to tie them both together beatifully - other than theming the Legos to match - is that it includes a large number of peg caps so that all the levels of elevations, etc can be flattened off at the top edges rather than having pegs sticking out. When a bunch of blocks are next to each other, all with appropriately colored caps upon them, the similarity to the video game is pretty stunning.

And because of this synergy, this otherwise so-so set becomes a set that makes my son very very happy. To him, that one simple thing has completely opened his Legos to a whole new world. In fact, he's now talking about ordering more capping pieces on their own just so that he can make all sorts of other Lego minecraft creations beyond what the box offers.

I highly recommend this for those who like Legos and like Minecraft. It blends beautifully.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on December 9, 2013
First I want to say This is not about the product, although it is really small. My son saw this on amazon three months ago when shopping for Halloween and the price was $35 to $40. I paid $68 for it a week ago. Please tell me what is it about this that warrants doubling the price of a toy.
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