The successful Lego brand has now ventured into the board games sector with the world’s first collection of games that you have to build before you play. Their Build, Play and Change games is a clever way of encouraging creativity into the gameplay because you can also change the rules so each game is different. Check out the huge range of Lego construction games at Amazon.co.uk.
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The idea of the Lego Lunar Command Game (No Longer Available in 2020) is to build enough space stations to house a full crew that consists of astronauts and robots and outsmart your opponent by placing UFOs in strategic positions to hinder their progress. It’s worth remembering that they can put a halt to your progress too.
Be quick, be smart and with a little luck as you roll the dice you can win the game and launch the lunar rocket!
For Two Players
This is a varied game involving luck as well as skill and is designed for two players from the ages of 7 years upwards. Friends and family will enjoy this brand new board game from LEGO, it is innovative, fun and throws a whole different angle to playing with Lego. The manufacturers say the approximate gameplay lasts around 15 to 30 minutes but no one will be clock watching while playing such an engaging game.
- Strategic board game
- 1 Buildable Lego Dice
- 6 Lego micro figures
- Building instructions
- Rule booklet
- For 2 Players
- Ages 7+
- Lego item no: 3842
- Pieces: 271
- Game Play: Approx 15-30 mins
This fast-paced action-adventure game may have some parents a little confused over what type of toy is Lego Lunar Command, and ask “is it a construction toy or board game?” Well, the answer would have to be both. More about Lunar Command:-
How are Lego board games different?
They are unique in the way they need to be built before play can start and the rules can be changed, making for a varied and exciting game that is always different.
How difficult is it to play?
The changeable rules are reasonably simple but being a strategic game some would think an adult may have an advantage over a child but it’s not the case with Lunar Command. The reason why is because the game is not solely based around strategic skill, instead there is a nice mix of skill and luck which is why it is such a good parent and child game.
Who is it for?
Lunar Command is designed to be played by 2 players and the recommended age is from 7 years upwards. Children and adults can enjoy the innovative board game.