LEGO Hidden Side Wrecked Shrimp Boat 70419 Building Kit, App Toy for 7+ Year Old Boys and Girls, Interactive Augmented Reality Playset (310 Pieces)
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- Introduce youngsters to the exciting world of LEGO Hidden Side: A unique play experience that combines the open creative play of LEGO building toys for kids with an augmented reality app
- A great boys’ and girls’ birthday, Christmas or occasional gift, the Wrecked Shrimp Boat playset lets kids build their very own nautically-inspired shrimp boat that can split into two for hours of fun
- This augmented reality toy for kids includes 4 minifigures: Jack Davids and Parker L. Jackson with smartphones, Captain Jones and Jones Jr., plus the ghost dog, Spencer, and an albino alligator for ghost-hunting adventures
- Ghost playset for boys and girls aged 7+ This Wrecked Shrimp Boat 70419 toy building set can be built together with all other original LEGO toys and LEGO bricks for creative play
- A tablet or mobile phone is required to get the full interactive play experience, but not included. Compatible with selected iOS and Android devices. Compatible with select mobile devices
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New play experience
Exciting new way to play with LEGO toys by combining a LEGO model with a game app for a fully interactive experience.
Playset filled with ghost-hunting action
Scan the LEGO model with a phone to make it come alive. Interacting with the model makes things happen in the app.
LEGO Hidden Side Wrecked Shrimp Boat
Building starts the fun
Digital play experience starts right after the fun build.
Find and capture ghosts
Use the app to find and capture ghosts floating around the model.
Wheel interacts with app
Turning the wheel interacts with the mini game in the app.
Break apart the shrimp boat
Shrimp boat splits apart to play out shipwreck adventures.
Unlock the boss ghost
Add a fun in-app play challenge with boss ghost Captain Archibald.
Scan the model with the app
Combine physical play with digital fun for hours of extra playtime.
Includes Parker and Jack Davids minifigures
Plus Captain Jones and Jones Jr. minifigures, Spencer the ghost dog and albino alligator figures and other accessory elements.
Immerse youngsters in fun ghost-catching adventures with this LEGO Hidden Side 70419 Wrecked Shrimp Boat playset. This awesome playset combines a buildable LEGO model with a game app for kids to deliver a fully interactive play experience. Download the app and scan the model with a phone to make it come alive. With continuous updates, a unique boss ghost to battle in each set, new mysteries to solve, cool items to find and ghosts to defeat and collect, this LEGO Hidden Side set takes LEGO play to a new dimension! With a toy shrimp boat that splits in two and a haunted, brick-built cliff, this building toy for kids is full of cool details to kick-start hours of imaginative play. The 2 hero minifigures, haunted captain and son minifigures, cute ghost dog figure and albino alligator figure adds a lot of fun play-starters.
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My 5-year old loves the whole "scary" and interactive part, and couldn't wait to put it together. My wife and I play with our phones while my daughter plays with us. The interactive part works really great and is definitely bringing Lego to the next level. It is fun to capture the ghosts, finish tasks etc. I hope Lego will not drop the line and keep investing in it.
The build was easy (my daughter put it all together). Maturity 7+ is more about reading with the interactive part and the theme then it is about the set complexity.
I am thinking of getting the school bus next!!
After building we used the Hidden Side Lego app for some neat AR gaming. Lego has done a really good job adding extra value with this app, the mini games are really well done and are actually fun. The are also adding more features soon (like multiplayer with multiple devices) so you get even more milage out of these sets even after you've built it. We used an iPhone 6S and an iPhone 7 to play and the app worked fine on both devices.
Even without the added benefit of the free app and games to play with this was a fun set to build and its very detailed despite it being lower priced (on the LEGO scale, anyway). We have a few other of the Hidden Side sets and they've all been great, I hope LEGO continues to create new content for these sets as well.
The Hidden Side Wrecked Shrimp Boat is a cute design but really shines when you use the app. So let me first say it was a fun 2 part build that my son played with a bunch before we used the app. Then when you open the app it's not only interactive with the set but adds to the set by creating these ghosts and bubbles to shoot at after you turn a color dial to solve a simple puzzle. In addition once you've played it it opens other games and there are actually a lot of sets in this line. We picked up the graveyard for him which he just finished and look forward to playing that (he just finished building it) and I would invest in the other larger sets now that I've had some fun playing it myself.
I gave 5 stars in easy to assemble because I think Lego does a great job with their instructions. there was nothing in this set that was hard to build either but I guess it depends on how many Legos you build.
Side note - My 13yo Lego fanatic loved the app as well. I think somewhere between the 7 year and up age recommendation older builders might think it's little kid centric but it's just not. My 6 year old doesn't have a phone. And it requires an app downloaded. And the app isn't like leap frog. It's a little harder. Maybe the age should be revised or there should be some adult assistance required if you're designing a Lego to use with a phone. But if you enjoy Lego with your kids instead of just handing it off to them this is a good one to get because it will require your assistance to get the most out of it.
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Is what he wanted. He is nine now.
He seems enjoying the kit.