Made up of 944 pieces, it boasts shoulder disc shooters and moving joints, allowing your child to reenact the battle scenes from the animated film. It comes with six mini figures with assorted weapons, as well.
Four hours and 346 steps – that’s how long it took us to assemble the Lego Ninjago Fire Mech set, but it’s well worth the aching shoulders and strained eyes.
This 36cm-tall flghting machine is one of 14 limited-edition building sets launched in conjunction with The Lego Ninjago Movie’s release.
Ideal for kids from age nine, it retails for $129.90, from www.toysrus.com.sg, Lego-certified stores and selected department stores.