Stephanie's Play CubeFriends
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Little moments of anytime Friends funKids will love these collectible compact toys, which come with a mini-doll and mystery pet hiding inside the glittery case.
Lots of cubes to collectLet kids explore their dreams with the LEGO Friends Play Cubes - in this one Stephanie's a top chef and master baker.
Big fun in a small space
Included elements make the kitchen play come to life!
Kids can decorate the case with the included stickers.
Only opening the cube reveals which mystery pet is inside.
Simple build so kids can play without delayConstruction is super-simple so the baking role-play fun can get underway in minutes!
Let kids connect in a fun, flexible way!Cubes join and stack, and as they're small and portable, kids can take them to a friend's house to create a cool collective.
January 24th, 2020Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0
There’s other better smaller setsMy problem with this set and concept of a whole is that it really doesn’t feel much like LEGO. It’s not awful but there’s barley any building and the little that exists is repetitive. There’s limited space in the cubes, so they couldn’t have fit in much more. But I definitely think they should’ve included a recipe (even a sticker on a 1x2 tile) instead of one of the lights just to show customization is possible. This set doesn’t seem to spark much creativity, bar maybe putting what’s in the oven on top of the cake? Speaking of which, at least the new icing piece is really nice. But again it can’t really be used in many different scenarios limiting the playability of this small set. I guess the idea is to get kids who don’t like LEGO into LEGO? But if that’s the case, LEGO themselves don’t seem to be pushing that angle. I also find the random pet a bit strange, it seems too expensive for someone to buy multiple of just to get their favorite pet. I’m glad they’re just zany colours than normal varieties of the pets that people would actually want. I got the magenta dog if you’re wondering. :P It is nice to get a pet in an exclusive colour set, but I think they could’ve done that without the random aspect. Also a weird thing they don’t mention on the box is that Stephanie’s set only comes with a dog, Andrea a parrot, Emma a cat, Olivia a hamster and Mia a baby bunny. Which is a really odd exclusion. I’m really disappointed with the new minidoll torso printing. LEGO have updated the minidoll’s torsos to be dual moulded to allow back printing. This has also meant the quality of printing has gone down to minifigure standard so some of the torsos look weirdly tanned or weirdly pale compared to their faces, arms and legs. Stephanie’s print is too pale to match her skin tone and even stranger the prints don’t match on either side, they’re not symmetrical despite clearly trying to make a V shape. I know most kids won’t care but I think it’s kind of an insult to the few that will. Also the exclusive faces in these cubes are really lack luster. Stephanie’s mouth is now half open, that’s the change. While I’d assume young girls wouldn’t want a sad or angry face on their character they’d surly appreciate a blushing one, or a winking one or one with the tongue sticking out? It just feels like a waste of a new print. I did really appreciate the recolour of the chef hat and hair combo for Stephanie, which is why I purchased this cube first over the others. I can’t really recommend this set to people. I think you’re money would be much better spent in the other small sets and thankfully a lot where released this year. Getting into this concept might be dangerous for parents as it’s going to be quite pricey by the end of the year if you have to collect them all for a child, which is another reason I’d go with the other sets. The set isn’t awful but it’s not great either.Play Experience2.0Value for Money3.0
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