Grab your gear and hop into the Volcano Heavy-lift Helicopter! Help the crew deliver the mobile lab or the boulder cracker using the attached crane. Set up the mobile lab near the volcano before it erupts and crack open the boulders to discover the crystal elements inside. Use the dumper and lifter to load them onto the helicopter and fly back to the city!
Drive out into remote areas with the mobile LEGO® City Arctic Outpost and investigate the secrets of the ice in its high-tech laboratory! The truck's powerful engine and massive tires means it can cope with the toughest conditions. Pull out the box of tools from the trunk and unclip the circular saw and wrench from the sides of the truck. Open up the detachable mobile lab to reveal an impressive array of equipment, including computer screens and microscope, to support the explorers in the searchfor the secrets hidden in the ice. Cut through the ice block with the chainsaw and attach the all-terrain vehicle's chain to drag it back to the Outpost. Then activate the crane to lift the ice into the lab for analysis. Includes 3 Arctic explorer minifigures with accessories.
Aha! The police have located a band of crooks offloading stolen goods at their secret hideout located deep in the swamp forest. The police helicopter is hovering overhead and a police 4x4 off-roader has arrived on the scene. But the crooks have jumped aboard their high-powered swamp boat and are making a getaway! Unload the police dinghy, fire up the powerful outboard motor and give chase. But watch out for the huge, snappy alligator lurking in the reeds. Catch those crooks before they escape! Includes 5 minifigures with assorted accessories: 2 police officers and 3 crooks.
Volcano Exploration Base
Help the scientists and explorers discover new information about the volcano! Find a spot to set up the exploration base so the scientists have the equipment they need. Then use the excavator and dumper to place boulders in the rack and break them open to find the crystal elements. Fly the drone over the volcano to get a bird's eye view. Science rocks!