LEGO Minecraft sets are becoming increasingly popular and one of the most cherised sets is the LEGO Minecraft Micro World. This set is based on the popular online game that has players create and destroy their environment and encounter many characters that can help or hurt their game play.
The LEGO set brings the 3 dimensional online Minecraft game to life. The two versions (LEGO bricks and virtual game) have something in common. Both allow the user to get creative in a sort of “sandbox” design.
With the LEGO set, users can create a variety of free designs at their will, or use the instructions to build the design that comes on the box.
Minecraft was the fastest growing game of 2012 in the online world. It’s perfect for boys and girls and grown ups – all ages. The LEGO set, however, is a miniature LEGO world, so the pieces are tiny. Smaller kids might have difficulty playing with the bricks, so you might have to gauge your child’s abilities when it comes to LEGO usage.
What buyers of this Minecraft LEGO set really love is how versatile it is one you put it together. You can create four modules above and four below the ground level, with caves that have hidden secrets lurking inside.
The pieces may be small, but users love the sturdiness of the set once it’s put together. And it comes with a lot of detail from the game that players will get a kick out of.
There are over 400 pieces in this set, including 8 six by six plates to build on. It eve comes with a brick separator, which comes in handy for the tiny pieces of this LEGO set.
You get a Creeper and a Steve figure with this set and an extra head for Steve. Some users like to build an extra Steve by putting the head on another brick just for fun.
With the LEGO Minecraft Micro World, your son or daughter (or you, let’s be honest here), can have a blast creating a world and letting Steve avoid the Creeper in it.
If you want to have even more fun with it, invest in the other sets and let the Zombie Pigman, Ghast and other characters roam the worlds, too. This is a great toy for kids, but younger ones who play Minecraft might need Mom or Dad’s help putting it together.