Review: 30012 Microlight
Posted 23 October 2010 - 05:46 PM
30012 - Microlight
Well, nothing new here. It's in a normal plastic baggie with the set picture on the front and writing on the back. The little airport scene in the background is nice, though. But watch out for those plane engines!
Again, normal sized for a set this small.
Here are pictures for those of you who want to recreate this set yourself:
Quite a nice little figure, with the cool sunglasses and quite grumpy look that I can't get enough of! The torso is different too, a first for me. No back printing though.
I think the inclusion of the red window is a little random, and a way to get rid of excess parts.
Some Build Stages:
- Build - 8/10 (quite simple, some good techniques for a promo)
- Parts - 8/10 (good selection of parts in ranging colours, useful elsewhere too)
- Figures - 10/10 (for a promotional set, one figure is always plenty)
- Playability - 9/10 (very swooshable, rolls easily, but it needs some guns to make it 10/10 )
- Price - 10/10 (it's free, unless you don't want the newspaper in which case it costs you 65p )
Posted 23 October 2010 - 06:05 PM
It's a nice small promo. Simple but cute design. Free LEGO never hurt anyone I guess. I 'd really like to see promotional offers like this in my country...
"Bricks and stones, timber and tiles - are of no use when dumped at random..."
Xenophon - "Memoirs of Socrates"
Posted 23 October 2010 - 06:23 PM
Murdered Day 8 as former Armed Forces member and Spider ward member Dudley Eisenhower in Def's Doctor Bloodbrick's Asylum.-Insane
Thank you Jebediahs for that great paper doll!
Died as Congressman Aide Maxwell Touns in Bob's Red Scare Mystery-Town
Died as Pub Owner Mrs. Le Goninja in Def's The Coming Darkness-Town
Died as Pet Store owner Jack Montgomery in Bob's Suburbia
Currently playing as the 40 year old teller Richard Sexton in Hinckley's Red Moon Two!
Posted 24 October 2010 - 08:51 AM
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