Treasure Island is LEGO set 70411-1. It has a score of 85. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 7 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 26.32% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2015, and it is categorised in Pirates.
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My package arrived on time and was unbroken or undamaged. The box had not been open and the bags were sealed, no missing pieces, instruction book was included. There no issues with the cannon firing and the skull face moving up and down. As advertised very happy.
fun for all ages. pirates are a classic that never gets old. the skeleton head actually lifts up when you move the palm tree back to reveal the treasure. that's a really nice touch by lego. bonus the cannon actually fires lego brick and so too does the small gun that is mounted upon the little blue boat. all this set needed was a monkey to complete it. i wish lego would bring back the monkey to these sets from the last pirates set. those were awesome. anyway, 5 out of 5 stars. if you are only going to get one set out of this line, this would be the one to get. for price, parts and originality you can't go wrong.
This set is collectible if you're grabbing the whole range, but in an of itself, it's just another to add to the collection. The positives score-wise are definitely the crocodile and Pirate Queen, and the blue boat. If you're a fan of the Pirates theme, and especially the reboot, you'll want to get this one.
If you're a fan of Pirates, you're almost obligated to complete the entire theme. If you're a new LEGO fan or have not had any experience with previous Pirates themes, Treasure Island is an ideal starting point as it contains all the necessary ingredients to give you a worthy introduction to LEGO Pirates.
70411 Treasure Island was reviewed in issue 8 of Blocks Magazine.
I cannot recommend this set highly enough. There is a huge amount of detail and plenty of play value considering the relatively low price point of £17.99. I don't have any significant complaints, other than perhaps the fragility of the top of the palm tree.