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Lego 3842 - Lunar Command
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Encourages kids to build and create their own space stations. The pieces of the set are cool and as a built set looks very good. You score points for building space stations with different parts, you have to move robots or spacemen back to your station, you then score point for getting them back to your scoring zone whilst your spaceman move a step closer to the space ship! If you already have Space Lego try adding it to your set and make the game more interesting.
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Basically, each player builds their own base using different white and coloured pieces- identical pieces cannot touch each other. You gain points for each astronaut (2 points) or robot (1 point) that you get inside your completed base. To complicate things, you can also place pieces to block your opponent getting astronauts/robots into their base! UFOs can also be moved under which astronauts can pass but not robots. You can also take over your opponents base by building more of your own coloured pieces into it than their coloured pieces.
This game is as strategical as you want to make it and very easy to adapt the rules if you want an easier game. Like the other lego games, the base fits straight in the box without dismantling the permanent pieces. A template can then be put over it, through the holes of which you put the astronauts and robots in their starting positions. My 5 year old does that bit!
Great for getting the brain cells working and this game has helped improved my 8 year old son's concentration. We have 3 lego games and this is our favourite so far. I wouldn't recommend it for any younger than 8 years unless you simplify the rules greatly.
So if you want to have an easier start with this game here are my rules :
build your bases when you get a white square or coloured square on the dice - so for white its the sides and square bits and coloured bits are the other bits.
move the commander two spaces towards the space ship for every spaceman or robot that gets into any of your bases !
dont build walls between bases as this is just annoying although you can extend if you want to cause a bit of blocking.
dont use the UFOs - again they are just annoying !
thats what we came up with !!
Oh yes and we just added this latest rule after playing it !
Two completely white sides of the dice in a row and a UFO gets to take away one of your robots - ie it goes against the person who gets the second white side, but maybe the better way is to have when you throw a second white side in a row you get to take away one of your opponent's robots or spacemen. And we had it that is you got three white sides in a row ! then the UFOs would destroy the whole game ! It added some excitement anyway.
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Great game as long as you can get the family to follow the rules, lol! All of these LEGO games are superb, loads of bricks, characters and a board game to play as well - keeps my 5... Read morePublished on 21 July 2014 by Si
Bought this for my grandson who is lego fanatic but has never had a game before they played as a family and found it great fun but you do have to use your imagination a lot and you... Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2012 by Mr. John C. Palmer