Lego's top-selling Minecraft range will get a big new addition in June with the arrival of an enormous £169.99 set named The Village. It will be the largest set in the range, boasting 1600 pieces, and with three biomes acts like a hub for various other Lego Minecraft sets to join on. Show More Summary
ZaziNombies LEGO Creations is a YouTube channel that builds awesome creations, mostly from video games, using nothing but LEGO blocks. From weapons seen in Call of Duty to creatures from Minecraft, Zazi shows incredible care and attention to detail for each of the projects. And for his latest endeavor, he’s picked one of the most […]
MY GEEKY NEPHEW WAS REALLY INTO IT, BUT NOW SEEMS TO BE MORE INTO NUMBER THEORY AND LEGO MINDSTORM ROBOTS: The Minecraft Generation.
We were pretty impressed with the 208-piece Lego Minecraft Iron Golem set we saw at Toy Fair earlier this year, but that's because we hadn't seen the 1,600-piece Minecraft - The Village set the company unveiled this week. The set, based...Show More Summary
My daughter is a serious Minecraft fiend. Though she doesn’t play a standard game of Minecraft, if there is such a thing. She spawns a new world, hikes until she finds a mountain, mines a giant…
The latest and largest addition to every builder's dream collaboration.
Lego has explored various corners of the Minecraft universe in sets based on the Nether, The End and more. But the biggest set of them all — coming in June — focuses on a decidedly more mundane location: The Village. Minecraft's social centers are the subject of a June 1 Lego release, and it's not small. Show More Summary
Expand your LEGO universe with this 1,600 piece Minecraft set.
Today Lego added a surprise Minecraft set to its line-up - Lego Minecraft The Village (21128) - not shown at Toy Fair.
Coming June 1, the LEGO Minecraft Village is a $199 box containing 1,600 pieces used to create something an 11-year-old could create on their computer in an hour. Plus it comes with an enderman, which is somehow scarier in LEGO form. Read more...
The interactive exhibit will be part Lego, part Minecraft. [ more › ]
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The LEGO Movie producer Roy Lee recently spoke about his role in Warner Bros. Pictures' Minecraft movie.
Minecraft, an already popular game released in 2009, is getting its own movie. It is likened to that of a “virtual LEGO”, according to Collider, and some details have been revealed bout the video game movie’s logline that gives a basic plot synopsis. Show More Summary
Did you know that LEGO has a website where users can submit their ideas for new LEGO sets? I knew, because that's how the Minecraft LEGO set came to fruition. And I'm sure plenty of other projects too that I don't know about because they're not Minecraft. But wait, isn't Minecraft already pretty much just
Minecraft and LEGO go together like peanut butter and jam, or Jeb Bush and his mom, and you can score an all-time low price on the free-form Minecraft Crafting Box today, courtesy of Amazon. Granted, it’s only a couple bucks less than usual, but licensed LEGO sets rarely see huge price drops. [LEGO Minecraft Crafting Box, $39] Read more...
LEGO Minecraft Crafting Box for $35
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Minecraft has partly replaced Lego bricks as a creative platform for young tinkerers, but while it is a fantastic avenue for training computer and block-building skills, Mojang's hit videogame also does little to improve handcrafting. Show More Summary
Did Minecraft need a story? Or course not. Building blocks are fun because they present you with a blank canvas to craft your own creations, and your own tale. But, well, Lego never needed a story, and that didn't stop Warner Bros. from constructing a damn fine story out of vaguely themed bits and blocks for The Lego Movie. Show More Summary