What about the sets?
So, as you can probably tell by now, the LEGO DREAMZzz IP introduces not just one but two new worlds – the reality-based waking world and the fantastical dream world.
Each set contains the best of both worlds, mashing up different passions, resulting in models that look like no other LEGO set before it and which encourage kids to choose what they want to build.
The sets are designed to encourage builders to act just like the characters do in the show – by taking something that exists and combining it into something brand new and unique. Like Mrs. Castillo’s food truck van which, in the dream world, becomes combined with her pet tortoise!
For LEGO DREAMZzz, we’ve changed the way we structure the building instructions. About 80% of an initial LEGO DREAMZzz build is completed by following instructions. However, this section now looks almost like a comic book, featuring illustrations that inspire kids to build along with the story. Then there is a point in each building instruction where the choice of how they complete the set is left up to them.
The idea is that kids will be in the mind frame to continually tinker with their builds during their play. Like when Mateo needed a motorbike in the dream world, so he turned his gooey companion Z-Blob into one.
The illustrations and adjusted building flow will present kids with inspiration to solve missions and place them in a problem-solving mindset, to really challenge them to push the limits of their creativity.
An added bonus with LEGO DREAMZzz is that it includes a combination of passions in each set, which has not been seen before with an out-of-the-box LEGO build.
Because whether a kid loves animals, vehicles, space, architecture or… well… you get the idea… there is a build for them with LEGO DREAMZzz sets.
Dreaming is universal, everyone has dreams, and this is why LEGO DREAMZzz invites all kids to partake, with no child left behind.
Head to our About page to get closer to the characters, the stories and the sets.
We’ll see you over in the dream world! (If you see the Nightmare King, tell him we aren’t in…)