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LEGO Ideas 21305 Maze Building Kit (769 Piece)
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- The classical-style maze includes green 'start' tiles, red 'finish' tiles and divider elements
- The medieval-style maze includes assorted buildable cottages, a buildable archway and castle, plus divider and tree elements
- Maze measures over 2" (7cm) high, 10" (27cm) wide and 10" (26cm) deep
- Includes a booklet with building instructions for the classical and medieval-style mazes, plus inspirational tips for alternative builds from the fan designer of the maze
- Customize either maze to make it as simple or challenging as you dare
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Build the classical-style maze and make it as challenging as you dare. Turn the wheels on the side to tilt the maze and guide the ball past the traps. Then rebuild it into a medieval-themed maze or create your own unique maze challenges inspired by tips from the set's LEGO fan designer in the included booklet. A removable ball container and travel lock also mean you can take the Maze wherever you go!.
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My son loved the same types of games on our tablets - how different time makes the same things...
But we love Lego and Mega Blok kits, so I had to snag this.
Assembly is fun. No numbered bags, but there's less then 800 so it's not a big deal.
It doesn't pivot as much as a "real" one does, but it pivots enough to move the ball. I had wondered before I saw the photos how they would handle the "holes" but their solution was simple and elegant - just having a slightly recessed part of the track where the holes would be, which is enough to stop the ball without having to form the board with actual holes in them.
The ball holding box and another box snap into place in two corners, helping to keep this from pivoting when not in play.
And the ability to change the maze at will really does give this a flexibility the originals never had.
Outstanding job both in the concept and the execution by Lego. This is definitely a must-have for anyone who has a Lego family, and people like me who used to play with the wooden versions of these as a kid.