The Chicken Coop is LEGO set 21140-1. It has a score of 97. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 2.15% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Minecraft.
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I will go over some things through this review including: Minifigures/Buildable Figures, Playability, Design, Value and Overall Opinion, let's get started! Minifigures/Buildable Figures: Alex is an overall great minifigure but is included in much too many sets, however I notice LEGO is taking a right direction with their 2020 sets as they include custom-skinned player minifigures as opposed to the normal Steve and Alex which is super cool! The buildable wolf is very nice to get in a cheap set and three chickens with their own unique variation! It's great to get more than one chicken and are extremely massable animal builds to collect and spread across your LEGO Minecraft world. I would like to consider adding in at least one massable monster to add a sense of danger to the farm but other than that excellent choice for the minifigures and buildable figures. Playability: Playability is excellent in this set as the doors can swing open allowing Alex to use seeds (included in this set) to guide the chickens in the pen and you can recreate an egg-producing machine in which the giant chicken build can plop eggs into the chest after being laid and that is a fantastic play feature! There is also the furnace in which you can turn on or off with those 2 printed 1x2 bricks. There are no "mineable" blocks in this set because there is no need for it, this is a farm and it does a great job with that alone! Alternatively you can use a bone in the chest to "tame" a wolf and become best buds with it! Playability is strong with this one. Design: Printing-wise LEGO has done an excellent job with the print for seeds, the furnace and the 2x3 banner piece with the chicken on it. The new molded pieces for the chickens are also extremely well made for such a small piece as it IS dual molded both white and yellow. One complaint that doesn't bring down the set at all but I would like to mention is trying to rebuild something like this in Minecraft, the game itself would be quite the challenge, specifically the giant Chicken with the stairs that go up the chicken? How to simulate the eyes of the giant chicken in Minecraft? There surely must be a workaround for it but overall nice design. Value: At $20 it is very much equalized with the number of parts in this set at 198 pieces, with a very much varied amount of small parts and large ones. Price to part ratio is on point. Overall: This is a wonderful set to purchase if you also have the Wool Farm set. The chickens are nice massable builds, the giant Chicken is really fun with that one play feature and is a really fun and quick build that many will enjoy from Minecraft fans to LEGO fans to both! I recommend this to anyone who wants something nice and small from LEGO or Minecraft.
My grandson loved it. Fast delivery. Will buy from again A+++++
I think this is one of my favourite sets from LEGO this year overall – and remember I'm not really a Minecraft nerd either. To sum up, it's fairly priced, a lot fun and yes – it could well be the one Minecraft set for non-Minecraft fans. I thoroughly recommend this set.
All put together this is a charming set. Fans of the Minecraft aesthetic won't be disappointed.