LEGO Ideas Maze, 21305

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  • Maze measures over 2" (7 cm) high, 10" (27 cm) wide and 10" (26 cm) deep
  • Rebuild the classical maze for an alternative medieval-theme maze
  • Customize either maze to make it as simple or challenging as you dare
  • Attach the ball container under the maze and apply the travel lock for safe transit
  • Piece count: 769
  • Turn the wheels to control the tilt and avoid the traps to complete each maze challenge
  • This set offers an age-appropriate building and play experience for ages 10 and over
  • The classical-style maze includes green "start" tiles, red "finish" tiles and divider elements
  • The medieval-style maze includes assorted buildable cottages, a buildable archway and castle, plus divider and tree elements
  • The 2-in-1 Maze features a customizable maze system, wheel-operated tilt mechanism (incorporating LEGO Technic axles and lift arms), built-in removable ball container with four orange balls and a travel lock
  • Includes a booklet with building instructions for the classical and medieval-style mazes, plus inspirational tips for alternative builds from the fan designer of the maze
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About LEGO

Lego is the world famous building brick. Its name is derived from Danish words leg godt which means play well. The Lego Group is a family-owned business based in Denmark. It was in 1932 when Ole Kirk Kristiansen established the brand. It is now owned by Ole’s grandson Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen. Over the past 80 years, the simple carpenter’s workshop has turned into a respected global enterprise. As a matter of fact, Lego is considered as the largest toy manufacturer in the world. The brand’s famous product is the LEGO brick. It’s been named twice as “Toy of the Century.” The same interlocking principle is still used until today.

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