3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Good fun for my son,
= Durability: = Fun: = Educational:
This review is from: Doctor Who Ultimate Tardis Playset (Toy)
This toy made my son happy. I have a few things though, although it is essentially a variation on the Lego theme, when putting the sides on, they do not quite fit together properly, even when you take it to pieces and start again being slow and methodical, the base also does not want to stay together either. If you have the room, i would advise that you use some glue when you build it and leave it assembled, some of the pieces will start falling off once the kids are playing the games with it. If Lego did Dr Who, i would go for that every time, i know it would fit together properly and stay assembled when done, but having said all this, it was fun to build and he had a great time playing with it regardless. On the plus side, despite what is said in a Youtube video of someone assembling it, it took around 2 hours once the pieces were laid out and the instructions are actually a bit better than you get with Lego.