Monday, 27 January 2014

UK Toy Fair 2014 Report

From January 21st to January 23rd 2014 the annual UK Toy Fair took place at the Olympia in London. LEGO were there to unveil the second half of the 2014 range, including regular themes such as City, Star Wars and Minifigures along with new themes such as Mixels and Ultra Agents. Read on for the All About Bricks report on UK Toy Fair 2014.

Tuesday, 21 January 2014

UK Toy Fair 2014: Other Themes

These are those themes that there seems to be less interest in, but some people will love them so be annoyed that they are unceremoniously dumped together. So here's Hero Factory, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Juniors and Creator.

UK Toy Fair 2014: City

Here is the rundown of what's been unveiled in the LEGO City range.

UK Toy Fair 2014: Agents and Ninjago

The popular Agents theme is back but Ultra! Plus a couple of Ninjago sets.

UK Toy Fair 2014: Friends

LEGO have revealed what the residents of Heartlake City will be up to later this year...

UK Toy Fair 2014: Legends of Chima

There are quite a number of Legends of Chima releases again later this year.

UK Toy Fair 2014: Duplo

People might actually be interested in the Duplo list for a change, as there are a surprising number of licensed sets.

UK Toy Fair 2014: Star Wars

The UK Toy Fair is upon us, and that means an official announcement of what LEGO have up their sleeves for the rest of the year. Kicking off the theme lists is the LEGO Star Wars list. Stay tuned at the end of the week for a UK Toy Fair 2014 round-up.

Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Cloud Cuckoo Palace (70803) Review

With a huge number of launch sets for The LEGO Movie, picking a first purchase was a relatively tricky decision. But one set seemed to combine the key ingredients of a low price point, featuring main character mini-figures and looking unlike any other LEGO set on the market. So here’s a look at Cloud Cuckoo Palace (70803).

Friday, 3 January 2014

What Happened to the Last LEGO Games?

Following up on the original article last April, there is now more clarity about the fate of LEGO Games. A limited release of the sets came out over the Summer around Europe, although Story Mixer seems fated to the ‘what would have been’ LEGO section. Will there be another opportunity to get hold of the cancelled LEGO Games?