Jay Avatar - Arcade Pod is LEGO set 71715-1. It has a score of 91. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 5 reviews, based on 5 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 11.21% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Ninjago.
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The way these look when folded up for storage is awesome, and the clever implementation of the storage areas is to be applauded. The figures themselves look great and come with neat accessories that really bring out the best of the Ninjago line and this particular iteration of the characters.
The packaging of these new arcade pod sets made me stop in my tracks! Top to bottom, this set is very displayable. I choose to show off my arcade pod (which could be very useful in MOC's) in front of the package, which still looks great if you are careful when opening it. At 13.99 CAD, it's hard to beat the value of these sets.
I got this LEGO kit for my 6 year old son who loves building LEGOs and loves Ninjago. He was pretty excited when I showed him this new kit! He especially loves the blue Ninjago. He put this kit together all by himself in about 10-15 minutes. It is not a large kit as it is only 47 pieces but it has 2 minifigures and lots of interactive pieces for the minifigures. I really love how the set looks like a video arcade game and the minifigures and other pieces can all be stored inside the arcade box! Makes cleaning up and keeping it together very easy. The price on this is excellent! It would make a great gift or reward for a LEGO Ninjago fan! I definitely recommend getting this one. We will have to get the other characters so we have the whole set.
With two minifigures, a cool (albeit difficult to repurpose) arcade cabinet, and a plethora of weapons, these small sets feel like a solid buy at $9.99 USD. They might have slightly less play value than the rip-cord spinners and flyers of previous Ninjago themes, but kids love containers that let them take their favorite characters with them on the go. Adult fans might find them a bit less enticing, but they do serve as a relatively inexpensive way to get your hands on a number of cool new elements like the game controller. And as far as minifigure pods go, there's no denying these are way cooler than the round pods that LEGO's produced before.
All in all these little sets are great to pick up, and for $18 they're very affordable. The minifigures are unique and the parts included, while limited, are definitely unique.
Although they offer minimal building, I love the new arcade cabinet shell and how all the elements can be contained within it. Of course the main draw has to be the Minifigures. The Digi-ninja can be found in other sets, but their avatars are exclusive to the Arcade Pods.