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  1. I think it would be a great idea. For those of you out there who may be confused, vehicle packs would basically be like people packs. Only with vehicles. We know that certain sets help keep City relevant not necessarily because of the buildings themselves, but because of the vehicles that complement the building. Even though some people may think the idea is stupid and pointless, I think it would be fun and interesting. It's fun to take things that child Legonfans love and exploit it to it's full advantage. So without further ado. Do you think vehicle packs are good for Lego City? Sound off in the comments.
  2. Wrongly accused by the police, Michael Scofield is sentenced to thirty years. In prison, he conceives a machine that turns people into loyal soldiers. Once free, he builds the machine, creates an army and takes his revenge by conquering the Police Station.
  3. Will Lego Spiderman and Iceman succeed in saving Legopolis? Or will Garada K7 destroy Legopolis? And who is behind this terrifying attack on the LEGO city? Let's go live to Legopolis !!
  4. Can anyone tell me WHY this is a police set?
  5. What do we think of this LEGO City Police set? I was a bit unsure after building it. Now I have the police station to open and I'm getting nervous.
  6. WhiteFang

    REVIEW: 60041 Crook Pursuit

    Hello everyone, It has been a very long time since I last written a Town or City review and I am extremely glad to bring this small review to share with our lovely community. I was itching for an impulse built and this set came along just fine when I happened to acquire it for less than 20% off the SRP in Singapore. So, does this set worth my time and attention? Let's read on to find out. Name: 60041 Crook Pursuit Theme: LEGO System / City Year: 2014 Pieces: 38 Minifigs: 2 minifigures Price: USD $6.99, GBP 4.99, EURO 5.99, SGD $10.90 Resources: Brickset, BrickLink An original box image of the 60041 Crook Pursuit Back view of the original box image of the 60041 Crook Pursuit New LEGO City 2014 - smallest police set This is the smallest box set among the new City Police 2014 sets. The whole concept is pretty simple and the objective will be for the policeman to catch the crook while the crook is to attempt his escape and get himself away from the policeman. This set could also serve as an useful sampler for the new in the not-so-new Police Theme. The content of the sealed box The sealed box comes with one mint sealed package, a sticker sheet for the motorbike and an instruction manual to guide the user to build up the set. After the building is completed, these are the remaining spare parts. I am quite surprised to see a spare motorbike tyre wheel among the spare parts. It is something new to me. Laid out the building parts Useful parts Apart from acquiring the motorbike, the above useful parts are one of the main reasons why I choose this set. Despite of the low parts count, I am extremely pleased to see quite a number of useful parts especially the inclusion of the four pieces of 1x2 medium dark flesh brick with masonry details on it. The two printed 100 dollars tiles are also great, and the handcuffs, crowbar and backpack are some very welcoming accessories for the city settings. Front view of the Good vs Bad minifigures There is nothing significance with the minifigures except that they look right in a typical policeman uniform and a crook in his jail outfit with torn sleeves. You may want to note that the new Police Motorcycle officer actually appear in three new sets, while the crook is an exclusive minifigure that only come in this set with a backpack. It is also nice to know that both of these minifigures come with highly details printed back-prints. Where do you think you are running to? The Policeman and his motorbike Personally, this set is pretty decent. I love how I am able to acquire a stand-alone police motorcycle as a stand-alone set for anyone who will like to build up a decent traffic police patrols in their Police Force. The last time that we had saw something similar, was the 7235 Police Motorcycle which was first released in 2005. It is welcoming for city folks to be able to acquire this similar design again. Building up the fence You are not running away! To conclude, this is a simple and direct set where you are able to get your own police motorbike, two minifigures and a bunch of useful city parts and accessories to use later on. All in all, I am very pleased with this set and it is certainly great to see the police motorbike to be able to acquire on its own once more, especially for those who have missed the earlier 2005 release. Summary review Playability: 9/10 (Fun to play with in a simple cop vs robber scenario.) Design: 9/10 (Great useful parts with a welcoming motorbike to add in.) Price: 9/10 (The price is definitely reasonable when you are able to get a slight discount on it.) Overall: 9/10 (Reasonable pricing and fun playing experience.) I gave it a "5" based on my Review Score Card. What about yours? I hope every one of you enjoyed reading this simple review of mine. Comments and Criticisms are strongly welcomed. Pictures can be found in My Flickr and My Brickshelf (When moderated)