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These creations are kinda cute! I thought the idea for the bird was clever. You should try it!
This toy encourages role play, creative storytelling, creative play and helps work on fine motor skills. Kids will also work on their focus while following the directions and problem solving skills. The finished product is really fun especially with the light up brick and kids can display their completed build to show off to friends.
I think this is a pretty terrific set. For the price point (205 pieces, $19.99, £17.99, 17.99€), you get three great builds, and a light brick. The primary build is well executed and balanced. The secondary builds are fun, especially the robo dog, which I think could be a set in its own right. The designer has done a great job showing the versatility of the pieces in the set, and has used the ball joints to great effect in each case.
The finished model is a fun build. A fair number of cool techniques, especially in the use of snot and bows for shaping. Those tracks are a bit slippy, but a wheel tucked in the back makes sure that they turn when it moves about. I was going to rim it apart and build the alternate models, but this guy had too much character to die so quickly. I have him sitting on a shelf at my bedside for now.