Mystery Castle is LEGO set 70437-1. It has a score of 76. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 29.91% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Hidden Side.
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I got this awesome castle kit for my niece. She lives it! It's really cool! You can get the app that goes with it, to make playtime come to life! It has a kinds of neat features that makes this product fun and challenging to play with. I definitely recommend this product!
70437 Mystery Castle was reviewed in issue 70 of Blocks Magazine.
The Mystery Castle will be a nice addition for anyone looking to add a reasonably priced spooky castle to their collection. It doesn't have the color splash of the Scooby Doo Mystery Mansion, but the inclusion of lots of light blue colors in the transparent pieces and stickers keeps it from becoming boring. The astronomy tower in dark tan with its curved roof and large telescope makes for a nice accent to help this castle stand out from its predecessors.
It's an interesting looking set, which doesn't really look like a castle, more of a mansion of sorts. In fact, there aren't any turrets instead there are pointed spires which use single moulded elements. One thing I do find annoying with the build was the constant need to keep turning the entire set around between build steps. One minute you're putting something on the front of the Castle and the next step has you flipping it around to add something to the back and then over to the front again. This was way more excessive than most builds. There are numerous stickers featured in the set, but they are easy enough to apply on most surfaces and do add much-needed detail. Although it lacks the play features compared to other Hidden Side sides, the additional AR functions are a fun bonus. It will certainly make a great addition to any spooky scenes this Halloween but is generic enough to also be integrated into cityscapes.