CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
LEGO Ninjago 3856
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- Stop the skeletons from gaining the ultimate power
- A team game of ninja combat for 2-4 players
- Contents, 1 buildable LEGO dice, 234 LEGO pieces, rules booklet, building instructions
- 10 LEGO microfigures included
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LEGO Games is the world's first collection of games that you build, play and change. With the unique buildable LEGO Dice and changeable rules, LEGO Games is a great way of having fun together with family and friends.The evil general of the skeleton army and his guards have invaded the ninja fortress! Can you team up to battle the guards, find the golden weapons and defeat the general? The race is on to stop them! A team game of ninja combat and rope swinging for 2 - 4 players.
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The fact that the board is Legos, and is 3-dimensional, and the Lego figures move around on the Lego board, makes it very cool. My nine year old and his almost 8 year old brother have had a blast playing. As a Mom I like the fact that the players aren't competing against each other, but rather are on the same team, trying to get all the golden weapons before the "General" gets down the steps. Fun stuff, and enough to keep this age group interested. Also, the game seems to be just the right length, not too long so the kids lose interest but long enough. True confession, I like playing too.Read more ›
We haven't played it much since, and I know it's only a matter of time before all the "guys" and towers just become part of the "Lego Bin" of random pieces. That being said, I know he'll still play with them, but just not as a board game.
I would call the whole board game idea pretty gimmicky. It is a Lego item, and when my 2 year old is my oldest's age, they'll still be as good as new for him, but the "board game" idea will be long gone. There's probably better sets to spend the money on.
As far as rating: 4 stars for Durability only because the game won't last, although the pieces deserve 5 stars. 2 stars for Fun, maybe 3 the first time you play...then it goes down. You have to READ the directions, so 2 stars for educational value.
I love that the rule book gives ideas and suggestions for customizing the game and developing house rules. Obviously anyone can do house rules whenever they want, but I love that they throw it out there to encourage the kids to think about how they might want to play and that they offer ideas to try different things.
The game comes in pieces and has instructions to build, which my son enjoyed. One downside is there are LOTS of little pieces, like all things lego, so there's the potential there to lose pieces. But that is the case with many games.
Overall, it's a decently fun game.
I won't drawl into details about how the game is played, you can find that out elsewhere. But what I will comment on is the game, as it starts out with Lego brand rules, is pretty easy to beat if you have enough players. It ends quickly and is easy to 'beat the big boss'.
But as Lego suggests in every way possible, you should make it your own game, with your own rules. By creating more rules to make it more difficult to beat, it becomes more interesting.
The favorite 'house rule' we have is each time a ninja-duel is lost, the emperor goes down a step, therefore making it more likely that the final standoff will happen sooner, and that we have a chance of losing. While it may not sound good to lose, it creates a chance to work together, help each other, give interest to the game, and to want to play again to show the emperor it was a one time deal.
There are other rules we've experimented with, but I won't list them all here. Mainly, I'll just tell you, don't give up too soon. Create new rules, as Lego suggests, and make it something you have fun playing!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Simply, easy game. Could get boring quick. Not much going on visually with the repetitive bland board. kind of fun to build. Fun to play the first few times. Read morePublished 3 months ago by potzo
Great game! My son loves Ninjago Lego's and this game is a really fun way to integrate the two as a family. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Stormgail00
No Instruction Manual or a cut-layout. All other pieces were present.Published 19 months ago by Edward J. Morris