Friday, 29 April 2016

4D Nexo Knights Movie at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort

The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort has a second new 4D movie coming at the end of May, with Nexo Knights being added to the schedule alongside The LEGO Movie 4D A New Adventure. As well as the new short, shields will be dotted around the park for fans to scan and add to their virtual collection. Read on for the press release.

Thursday, 21 April 2016

Blocks Magazine Issue 19 - Available Now

Issue 19 of Blocks magazine is now with subscribers, and on shelves in newsagents, too.

This month, we pit Captain America against Iron Man in our Civil War cover feature, as six brilliant builds go head-to-head in the superhero showdown of the century.

Continuing the Marvel-lous theme, Daniel Konstanski dissects every LEGO Quinjet so far, while MOD Squad member Chris Wight shows us how to improve the latest version. Our Civil War coverage is rounded out with reviews of the latest sets and an exclusive interview with TT Games head honcho Arthur Parsons, who talks all things LEGO Marvel’s Avengers.

There’s also plenty of non-superhero related goodness to get stuck into, as we go behind-the-scenes on the latest LEGO Ideas project and celebrate the live adaptation of The Jungle Book with a series of exclusive builds. Meanwhile,’s Nick Savage gives us the lowdown on starting your own LEGO business.

Read on to find out where to buy.

Friday, 15 April 2016

First Look: LEGO Star Wars Summer 2016

Images of five sets from the LEGO Star Wars Summer range have been revealed on Amazon. Considering the first new live action Star Wars movie in a decade was only just released, there’s a prequel set and animated series sets too! So is this an inspiring line-up to keep fans busy until the release of the Rogue One range in September?

Monday, 4 April 2016

Book Review: Elite Weapons for LEGO Fanatics

LEGO fan Martin Hudepohl designs working guns and weapons using the humble brick (and a fair few Technic pins). In his book, Elite Weapons for LEGO Fanatics, he provides instructions for thirteen fully functional models. It is as unofficial, unauthorised book as the subject matter falls outside of what the LEGO Group consider appropriate for the brand. The builds included are clearly not targeted at children, but the more mature builder. So is it worth adding to your LEGO library?