My first review with pics
I got this from Lunchmatecity.com for free because the Lego store was closing and this was the only thing i could afford with my points I got it for free so it's all good
Here's the polybag. This is my first polybag and I think it's too crinkly, too loud
The back with the usual stuff
The pieces. Nice small source for lt. grey plates, bricks, and slopes. Also splashes of white, dk. grey, and black
Front of the instruction sheet. Very easy to follow, no problems at all, except when my 7 year old sister built it. It was her first time with Lego instructions though, so I think that's normal
The back with one last step and a pic of the elephant and a walrus (no instructions for it) and an insert with 4884 Wild Hunters
The completed model. It's pretty cool, good for display or in a zoo as a baby elephant. Kudos to the designers for putting a rotating thing on the trunk
The back. Could've had a tail though
The extra piece (black 1x1 round plate)
The baby elephant was trained by a trainer to put on a hat
Design: 9/10 Could've had a tail, but good design for such a small set.
Build: 7/10 Good, easy build. Good for little kids (e.g. my sister ).
Playability: 6/10 I guess you could play with it if you had other animals, but it's mainly for display IMO. Could've had instructions for the walrus too, but it's OK.
Price: N/A I got it for free (except the fact I had to buy the Lunchmate stuff)
Overall: 7.5/10 It's an average set. You can't really do anyting with it but it's all good.
Well that ends my first proper review on Eurobricks.
Edited by WhiteFang, 12 June 2009 - 01:33 AM.