Pigsy’s Noodle TankMonkie Kid™
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Small parts and Small Ball.
Awesome LEGO® Monkie Kid™ tank toy playsetKids learn about Monkey King tales and develop their creativity while role-playing fun food fights with this high-quality set.
Amazing builds and hours of action playThis 662-piece set for ages 8+ features Pigsy’s rapid-shooting Noodle Tank, panda robot, panda drone and popular characters.
LEGO® Monkie Kid™ Pigsy’s Noodle Tank
Cool Noodle Tank features
Rapid shooter, moving front rake and detachable chopsticks.
Find lots of food elements and a fridge disc shooter inside.
Speedy Panda robot
The robot has 2 ‘lemonade’ stud shooters for battle play.
Drop food delivery boxes from the drone.
4 minifigures for role play
Accessory elements include a remote control and skates.
Kids can build independently
Find building instructions in the box and on the app.
Great gift idea for kidsPigsy’s Noodle Tank measures over 25 cm (10 in.) wide and is sure to spark children’s imaginations at playtime.
- July 12th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Best monkey kid setI would recommend this to a friend!When building this lego set I found that it was much more enjoyable then the other mobile kid sets I found that it was also one of the more unique sets from monkey kid as well it’s a medium sized set with a lot that goes into it with a lot of play futures all in all I would recommend this set above all other Monkey kid setsPlay Experience5.0Value for Money5.0Was this helpful?55Pigsy’s Noodle Tank
- July 17th, 2021Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0All over the place, and it works wellI would recommend this to a friend!This is probably the most Lego thing Lego has done for the theme. The bottom half is more tank like, and the treads work well for only one wheel working to move them. The mechanism for the red ends work with moving up and down well, even if I think they descend a bit too low for me. The upper half of the build is more mech like, and it works with the bottom half. The addition of turning it left and right works very well, and is very well hidden. The middle is well detailed, but also leaves plenty of room for figures to be put inside. Both arms have plenty of posability and playability, and I like how the chopsticks can be put onto the back of the tank. Moving to the other stuff, the panda accessories are nice. They both offer playability for the set, and they do look good. The minifigure selection is pretty solid. All of them are exclusive in some way, and they all help to make a scene for the set. The overall value is pretty solid. The amount of minifigures is pretty solid, and I feel the overall amount of stuff feels good for the set. For the amount of good, I feel there are some issues with the set. There are some areas on the tank where I feel there could've been more posability, mostly in the right arm where the pig cannon can't be posed without moving the rest of the arm, and angling the body up and down, since the tread positions have it positioned slightly upward. The mini panda bot also has a posability issue, since when left standing, the entire body is leaned upward, and I feel one hinge joint could be put in there without changing much of the set. Overall, this set has a lot of elements, but they all work well for the set. The tank has plenty of playability in it, and the panda stuff does work well for the set too. I recommend this one if you can get itPlay Experience5.0Value for Money3.0Was this helpful?45Pigsy’s Noodle Tank
- September 29th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Absolute must-have in this themePadmewan |I would recommend this to a friend!If there's one definitive set that captures the flavor of the Monkie Kid theme, it's Pigsy's Noodle Tank. You probably never knew you needed a giant noodle bowl that's ALSO a mobile food stand and ALSO a combat vehicle. Carrot cannon? Check. Fish cannon? Check. Fried egg shooter? Pig gatling gun? Giant chopsticks? Check, check, check! Oh, and how about a panda robot that shoots flaming sriracha sauce and soda? For the Lego master builder, there's fun techniques in here such as both sideways and upside-down elements. For the action smash-up fans, there's just enough play features -- the rake moves up and down when you roll the treads, plus all the shooty things I mentioned early -- to keep you engaged in the epic battle between, um, homemade noodles vs. convenience store cuisine (?) to keep you entertained. I do wish there was some way to lower the price point so more kids can enjoy this set's sheer zaniness, but I understand that some of the larger elements can push the price up. And the minifig selection is fabulous.Play Experience5.0Value for Money4.0Was this helpful?55Pigsy’s Noodle Tank