Monday, November 5, 2012

LEGO For Gamers - Harry Potter & Minecraft

Harry Potter Hagrid's Hut @ Amazon
The LEGO franchise is frequented by a huge assortment of different adults, families, and kids from various backgrounds and cultures. It's the one building block company that can bring new friends together, encouraging them to share ideas and fulfill their imaginative architectural desires. The best LEGO sets of 2012 have been designed to follow a new trend of technological advancement, from video gamers to movie buffs and e-book worms. In this category are fan favorites that would be considered 3D versions of their electronic counterparts, and below are the top 2 best sellers so far.

LEGO Harry Potter Hagrid's Hut Set

From paper and ink to PCs, gaming systems, and the big-screen, the Harry Potter series has blown up, becoming one of the most anticipated and well loved stories of all time. This 442-piece set takes place in Hagrid's hut with a light-up fireplace and large furnishings built for the large man that Hagrid is. Included (aside from the half-giant himself) are Aragog, Norberta, Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ronald Weasley - all in mini-figurine form and ready to relax after a bustling day of fighting you-know-who. The hut opens into two halves for a direct look inside, while the lattice windows and swing-open doors can be moved wherever the builder wants them.


LEGO Minecraft Set

LEGO Minecraft @ Amazon
Minecraft is known as one of the fastest growing online games of 2012, with audiences from around the globe. The LEGO versions feature a 3D environment that's ride with fantastic structures and game-based scenarios for realistic play. With 480 pieces, the player is an avatar with the ability to destroy or create blocks, making new passageways and transforming the cube as he moves through the courses. The objective is escape with a limited number of elimination and creation moves for each level. Thorough instructions are included in the box!


If you're a Harry Potter LEGOs fan, here is a video to give a better look at the LEGO Harry Potter lineup:

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