Blocks, the monthly LEGO magazine, is previewing LEGO 2K Drive, getting deep into LEGO DREAMZzz with its creators, checking out the fantastic LEGO Castle Summer Joust creations and much more in Issue 103.
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LEGO DREAMZzz is here! This new theme ambitiously combines storytelling and creativity to encourage children to go beyond the instructions. Find out how LEGO DREAMZzz came to be, the thinking behind it, and see some of the most beautiful LEGO concept art ever produced. You’ll also enjoy seeing how 71456 Mrs. Castillo’s Turtle Van went from concept art to finished model.
It’s not the only fun new way that LEGO mash-ups are happening, though, with LEGO 2K Drive drawing on all corners of the LEGO universe for a new type of video game that sees players behind the wheel taking on kart-style races and exploring an expansive open world.
Fans are showing off their creativity within the LEGO Castle theme through the Summer Joust contest. See some of the impressive models that have been built to evoke the medieval world and find out why this is one of the community’s most beloved tournaments.
It’s not long until Harrison Ford will be back on movie screens in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, so we’re reviewing the new sets that have launched this year. Are they worth facing a temple full of booby traps to acquire?
In Blockstalgia, you can enjoy a trip down memory lane with the Redcoats from LEGO Pirates. There’s a look back at classic sets, plus instructions for building a little fort that allows the soldiers to watch out for those troublesome buccaneers.
There’s much more within the 116-page LEGO magazine, including how the LEGO Group expanded into Germany, the ten best LEGO Star Wars Microfighters and a report from the Fairy Bricks show Bricktastic.
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Everyone who subscribes to the print edition by April 5 will be in with a chance of winning (existing subscribers will automatically be entered into the prize draw).