Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate is LEGO set 75930-1. It has a score of 77. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 9 scored reviews and 12 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 34.25% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Jurassic World.
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Both my boys, 7 & 11, love Legos and build as many sets as we are willing to get them, from just about every category. This was a nice mix of movie tie-in—though they have obviously have yet to see the movie, both are excited by the previews—and my older son loved the fairly intricate house, complete with interior details, while my younger liked how many mini figures and dinos came in this set. Once assembled this allows for a good bit of imaginative play with the people and dinosaurs interacting in, and being able to destroy (and then rebuild) parts of the house at will. Overall a nice, intricate set that offers a good bit of fun both in the building, and the post-assembly play stages.
So ya this set is pretty good, the figs, the interior plus I love how they put the triceratops skull in. But I have one HUGE problem with it and many other Jurassic world sets, THE SCALE! PS. This might ruin some of the Jurassic world sets for you . The scale for this set is ridiculous, as you see in the films, velociraptors are usually shorter than people! Let alone %50 bigger! This wouldn't be such a concern from me if they could fit easily through the doorway but ya that didn't happen. This had bugged me for a while but I tried not to let this bother me. But then the indoraptor happened and I ya. I mean, I know it's a bit bigger than a velociraptor, BUT THIS IS RIDICULOUS! It is almost the size of a LEGO T. rex for crying out loud! Plus this thing could fit in doorways in the movie. LEGO please fix this problem in any new Dino molds you make. Anyway besides that I would give this a 7/10 just cause I think they could have added more and cause of the scale issue.
Fans of the Jurassic World films and LEGO collectors will love this new set with it's awesome features and two powerful dinosaurs.
75930 Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate was reviewed in issue 49 of Blocks Magazine.
Indoraptor Rampage is a satisfactory set, but nothing to write home about from an AFOL perspective. It fails my assessment in terms of value because, while it has a decent value per brick, it doesn't actually give much build time relative to the cost. The build itself is sort of hit and miss in terms of design as well. You get a lot of re-usable bricks, but the set is not a keeper in my mind. However, from a kid's point of view, this set might be a lot of fun. There are great characters, and there is enough semblance to the film that you can re-enact many scenes from the movie.
I think this is not a bad set on the whole, but it's not without its flaws. The Lockwood Manor itself looks nice on the outside but the inside is really really shallow and hard to play with, and the side wings are almost completely empty which is really lame. The minifigure selection is nice and the Indoraptor will be a big draw, but it would have been nice to get one or two more main characters like Benjamin Lockwood. I think the price is okay though – the inclusion of two big molded dinosaurs (Blue and the Indoraptor) helps to justify it.
In all, 75930 Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate makes for an interesting part of the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom range, but, in spite of its price, it doesn't quite hit the high marks that a centrepiece set at the highest price point should. It suffers from the same compromises as the rest of the range – priority is given to the dinosaurs at the expense of a substantial build.
With very few interesting minifigures, a deeply repetitive and uninteresting build, and nothing but a made-up dinosaur for its primary creature, 75930 Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate has very little to recommend it to adult builders and collectors. The one highlight of the set resulting from all that repetition is that it includes 20 of the fairly new and relatively hard-to-find scrollwork brick. But beyond this one cool piece in a higher quantity, the rest of the set isn't a great parts pack either, consisting primarily of larger pieces like plates and panels (plus lots of windows).
I am somewhat disappointed by this set. The minifigure selection is excellent and the dinosaurs are thoroughly impressive, as we have come to expect of the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom subtheme. However, Lockwood Estate itself is definitely lacking in detail and offers surprisingly little play value for such a substantial model, especially on the inside where there is very limited space to place minifigures.