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Review : 7773 Tiger Shark Attack


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  1. 1. rate it

    • Poor, at the bottom of the sea
    • below average, under the sea
    • average , close to the surface
    • above average, floating on the sea
    • outstanding, flying in the sky !

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Tiger Shark Attack



Price :

22 CHF = 19 USD = 14.5 EUR

Links : Brickset


hello everyone, here is my first review ! I bought this set because I wanted the shark and it was really not expensive It looked great on the box, so I bought it.

I'm sorry for the bad pics, but I had no times to photography it correctly

let's start!

here is the box, with my Sigfig next to it to makes you an idea of the size ^^


the back, where you can see the shark and the submarine functionalities :


let's open the box !

6 bags, a loonng dark-grey piece, and the manual, the bags are not numbered, and I prefer it like this ( and my sigifig with his new swim-suit ^^ )


random view of the manual :


let's start to build, as usual, by the figs :


I love their heads, they're not "Only modern" or futuristic heads, like some in space sets, with microphone and stuffs, they can be used for anythings, their torso are printed front/back, nicely printed.


one thing I didn't like, their helmets are not "waterproof" , see on this pic :


there is a little hole , you can compare it with an old suit to the right

then you build the "treasures"


they're quite cool ! but you can't steal it without making the big shark really angry !


happily, after the treasures, you build the big gun, so you can deal with the shark :


well... or with my sig-fig, to steal his treasures, the gun is pretty cool .


once you finished to build it , you start to build the shark !

first, you build it tails


then, the middle section:


then, the head :


and Finally, you assemble all the parts, wow, this guy is scary :


as you can see, an entire minifig can fit in it mouth.... HELPPP


the body of the shark have, sadly , 2 disgraceful holes, but they re obligatory for the flexibility of it :


these holes allow it to take some cool poses, even if the tail can't stay in place without your hand holding it( it flex with rubber parts )


then you build the submarine, it s a very very cool submarine, with it shooting thing at the front ( it shot really far )



the cockpit is pretty cool, sorry but the pictures I took of it was really fuzzy ...

(other views of the submarine on the gallery )

a little view of the extra parts I got ? I think I'm pretty lucky... I had a lot of extra parts !


and a view of the entire set :


Notes :

Build: 9/10, that was really interesting to build, the shark is really cool to build

Design: 9/10, the submarine is really cool, the shark is awesome even if the 2 holes are a little ugly

Playbillity: 10/10, a great set to play with, the "flexibility" of the shark and the nice shooting system of the submarine + the accessories and the treasure allow a looot of scenarios

Minifigs: 9/10, I don't really like the hole in their helmets, but they re really nice and their heads are cool, also, their back is printed !

Price: 10/10, a really low price for a set like this, but it surely was cheaper because of Christmas.

Score: 9/10

Conclusion : I really loved this set, fun to build, lot of cool parts and well designed ( I love this shark ) ... well , I love this shark so much that my sigfig stole it !


AH AH AH !!! good byyye !

Edited by Guss

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I own the two smallest Aquaraiders set, and hope I can find a good bargain for this one (I think you bought it on sale; RRP is 30 euros); I also dream of buying 7776 the shipwreck, but that's just a dream.

Back to the Tiger shark attack: bot the shark and the submarine look very cool, so does the little "spear machinegun".I think it would have been hard to have a moving shark without those holes. It would have been better with another minifig and/or a larger trasure.

Can't say it's perfect, so I rated it 4/5.

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