Hot Expansion Set for lava-defying action!A fun-packed, interactive level for LEGO® Mario™ (figure not included) to add to the LEGO Super Mario™ Starter Course (71360).
Modular building toy for competitive funThis 133-piece playset for ages 6+ features a P Switch (found only in this set!), a sliding platform and iconic enemies.
LEGO® Super Mario™ Whomp's Lava Trouble Expansion Set
It's tricky to keep LEGO® Mario™ from falling in 'lava'.
Whomp and Lava Bubble figures
See LEGO® Mario's unique reactions as he defeats each enemy.
Hit the P Switch to win a shower of digital coins.
LEGO® Super Mario™ appThe app offers digital viewing tools to help kids build independently, as well as creative inspiration and a safe forum to share ideas.
Combines with other LEGO® Super Mario™ setsThe modular LEGO® Super Mario system™ allows fans to expand and rebuild for unlimited group competitions and solo challenges.
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- August 7th, 2020Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0I would recommend this to a friend!this product is most definitely brilliant, it brings hours of fun to me and my children, we all enjoyed interacting with it and building it together, as with lego products it arrived well packaged. It was fairly easy to understand and build.Play Experience3.0Level of Difficulty2.0Value for Money3.0Was this helpful?35Whomp’s Lava Trouble Expansion Set
- August 6th, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Time to give this set some justice!I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfThis set deserves a proper review considering compared to other people who have touched on this set, I believe it is a very good expansion and should be the first expansion set you should go out to buy on a low budget. We will of course go over buildable figures, play-ability, design, value and overall opinion. Without further ado, lets-a-go! Buildable Figures: For what you are getting in this set alone, it is excellent if you want to add an extra boss to your course and whomp is no exception, I believe his design is excellently put together and has some extra posability in the arms which is nice to get. He takes 6 hits from Mario, already more than what Bowser Junior has, making him an ultimately stronger boss to handle. This set also comes with a mass-able figure of Lava Bubble as while he takes 1 hit by Mario similar to how a Goomba does, I believe it should be similar to a Boo where if you try to hit a Lava Bubble it sets Mario on fire however with a star power he can knock it out and get plenty of coins. Overall well put together figures with very good designs. (4/5) Playability: You of course get the balance bridge mini challenge from the Toad's Treasure Hunt but in a cheaper $20 set which is great for those who want another challenge for a small price. There is also a platform where you can place LEGO Mario (not included) on a platform and knock the lava bubble out which I found a cool small addition to a great set, including a shell piece which is nice to get in such a small set. There is also a P-Block (exclusive to this set) where you can have Mario jump around and collect tons of coins while moving him around and dancing and collecting "coins" in the air. (5/5) For the playability is obviously very good as you can also add it to your course and give it more depth compared to what the starter set already give you. Design: As for design, there isn't much to it. I like how the small towers look with the flames being held by those red stamp pieces, admittedly I wish there was more open spaced platforms for LEGO Mario to jump around in seeing as this whole set is just challenges or enemies but again it is LEGO so you are easily able to customize your course the way you like it, which says the design alone. (4/5). Value: $20 for 133 might seem overpriced but compared to other LEGO Super Mario sets, specifically the Boomer Bill Barrage, You are getting one more piece for $10 less than a set that doesn't offer too much other than a Shy Guy and a neat little challenge. The amount of plastic that you get in this set for $20 alone is fine and is a swell price for those on a budget. (4/5) Overall Opinion: This $20 set feels much more valuable than either of the $30 sets, simply for the nice challenge, a fun boss, a cheap way to get a fire bubble, and includes a mini-boss as well as a freebie block included that amps up the experience of your starter course alone. Rounding up all the numbers, this set deserves a solid (4/5). If you are out looking for LEGO Mario, pick this set up with it and maybe the Desert Pokey. That way you can make a whole Mario world with Grasslands, Deserts, Waters and Castles, without being too large to be able to complete it and being the cheapest way to do so (unless you get the free Monty Mole promo (set 40414)). Thank you all for reading through my review and catch you later! :DPlay Experience5.0Level of Difficulty1.0Value for Money3.0Build Time: 15 minsBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Whomp’s Lava Trouble Expansion Set
- August 4th, 2020Average rating1out of 5 stars1.0Instructions not included**Leahndra |I really really don’t enjoy the fact that the instructions do not come in the box. You have to look them up online and it’s 90 degrees in my house with no AC and I’m constantly having to unlock my phone I ended up just giving up.. my son has to wait for his dad to get home now. I’m assuming this is a new thing because this is the first time it’s happened to us.Was this helpful?15Whomp’s Lava Trouble Expansion Set
- March 27th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Super fun expansion setI would recommend this to a friend!Got this for my daughter. It is very fun and has a lot of action packed stuff. It is her favorite expansion set so far. We got character packs with it and it made it even more enjoyable. This is definitely worth buying.Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty5.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 15 minsWas this helpful?55Whomp’s Lava Trouble Expansion Set
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