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LEGO Superheroes Captain America vs. Hydra (76017)
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- Includes 3 minifigures with assorted accessories: Captain America, Red Skull and a Hydra henchman; Accessories include a shield and a cosmic cube
- Features Captain America motorcycle with working suspension wheels and a Hydra battle vehicle with wheels, rotating turret and dual flick missiles
- Crush the Captain's motorcycle if he gets too close! Throw the super-tough shield into the path of the Hydra!
- Rotate the turret, take aim and fire the flick missiles! Take back the cosmic cube before Red Skull takes over the world!
- Hydra vehicle measures over 6" high, 5" long and 2" wide; Captain America motorcycle measures over 2" long, under 1" high and 1" wide
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The evil Red Skull has seized the cosmic cube and is bringing chaos to the world in the rugged Hydra off-road vehicle with working suspension wheels, rotating turret and dual flick missiles. Hop on the motorcycle and race Captain America to the rescue. Will he be able to disarm it using his impenetrable shield and recover the cosmic cube? Includes 3 minifigures with assorted accessories: Captain America, Red Skull and a Hydra henchman.
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Age range: The age range of 6-12 is accurate, but with all Lego products I think a rating of 6+ is more appropriate. The instructions are laid out in a very straight forward way. Each step only adds 1-4 pieces and those pieces are called out in a picture above the instruction that shows where to put the pieces. I would say that a six year old could handle this set. I have built other Lego sets, marketed toward 5 -12, and I would say that this set is a bit more challenging than those ones. It’s not that all five year olds can’t handle this set, but the instructions and build difficulty seem to fit the 6+ description a little better.
Features: Captain America's motorcycle has a clasp that holds his shield. Red Skull has the Tesseract which, presumably powers the vehicle and energizes the two blue-tipped missiles. The henchman controls the turret, which rotates 360 degrees, and can fire the two missiles. The tank/truck itself has two independent shock absorber/wheel assemblies (4 wheels each for a total of 8 wheels). That was probably my favorite part. The way the wheels are set up it gives the set a very rugged, military feel!
Design/Build: As I mentioned above, the instructions are laid out for ages 6 and up. What I particularly like about this set is the tank truck. It has a handful of stickers that really add a World War II, 1940s military feel to the vehicle (i.e. numbers on the side panel and the Hydra logo on the turret). Also, the turret and front of the truck both have yellow stripes, but what is cool is that the turret’s stripes are from a sicker and the tank’s stripes are yellow Lego pieces.
Bottom line: this is a must have for Lego collectors, Marvel fans and Captain America fans. This is a simple set with two vehicles, but the rugged design of the tank truck is phenomenal and the three mini-figures really adds to the playability of the set overall. Definite WIN from Lego.
The best part of the set turned out to be the vehicle. The vehicle did not take that long to build, but it is quite sturdy. The wheels are paired and made to move so that the vehicle can ride over bumps and objects to make it look like it has suspension. It looks really cool when it is driving over things. There is little more than that to set the vehicle apart. The top section rotates and there is a set of flick fire missiles, but overall it is not extremely detailed.
This set is one of the more enjoyable Lego sets that have come out in the past year. The minifigures are great and the vehicle is fun to play with and looks a little intimidating (from a minifigure's perspective of course). This set has the complete package. I highly recommend this set.
But now on to the hydra jeep thingy (lol) it is super cool!, the wheels are not stiff they are loos wich makes them very easy to roll around :D it has a turret on top for the hydra agent and red skull drives it, it is also very cool looking aswell.
Oh yeah before I go there is one more gripe I have, so I'm pretty sure that the crystal thingy that mr.red skull is using is the tesseract right? Anyway I thought that they should have made it blue instead of clear