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LEGO Games 3835 Robo Champ

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  • A game of luck
  • A game for friends and family
  • Game play approximately 10-15 minutes
  • For 2-3 Players

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Technical Details
Item Weight213 g
Product Dimensions14.4 x 20 x 6.7 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:6 years and up
Item model number190715
Main Language(s)German
Number of Puzzle Pieces119
Assembly RequiredYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB001U3Y5UW
Best Sellers Rank 123,249 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight222 g
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Date First Available15 July 2009
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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Box Contains

  • LEGO bricks
  • 1 x Buildable LEGO dice
  • 1 x Rule booklet
  • 1 x Building instruction booklet


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    I got my 6 year old son this for his Christmas, and being a lego fan, he loves it. First you build the 3 lego robot models, one each in blue, red and green. Some fiddly work here. Then you take them apart as far as a head, two arms, two legs and a body. You place the parts in the middle - called the scrapheap - and roll the dice to start to build your robot. Each player starts with a body. The coloured faces on the dice determine what you can do. The first person to build a complete robot wins the game. Great fun.
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    This is one of the simplest of Lego's range of build-it-yourself games, but it's still great fun.

    The aim is to construct a robot; you start with a coloured body and by rolling the lego die, you can take parts (head, arms or legs) from the pile on the table, swap parts with other players, or steal parts. It's very simple and who wins is largely down to chance.

    There's some scope to change the rules. We've made a rule that all the parts you hold during the game have to be attached you your robot - it doesn't affect the outcome, but it's fun trying to fit three arms onto a headless and legless robot!

    The game is probably best suited for younger Lego enthusiasts (perhaps in the age range six to ten).
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    By A. Milne TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Oct. 2010
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    This is the first Lego game that I've encountered and I've been very impressed.

    First of all you have to build the 3 different coloured Lego robots and the dice, (shouldn't take you long). Then you have to separate the robots into their main components - body, head, arms and legs and put them all in the "scrapheap" in the middle. The aim of the game is to be the first to rebuild an entire robot with all parts being the same colour. To achieve this you take turns rolling the Lego dice to see what you have to do - options are taking a piece from the scrapheap, swapping one of your pieces for that of another player or stealing a piece off someone!

    I was playing this game with a four and a six year old at the weekend and we had lots of fun. It's simple enough that most school-age children should be able to play and yet I can see that even older children and adults might like the occasional go as it is a quick but very entertaining little game. My only comment would be that I wish it could be played with 4 players, (it's a maximum of 3)...but perhaps that just wouldn't work. I'm sure Lego limited it for a good reason...
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    This lego game is similar to the traditional beetle drive with additional rules that allow you to pinch parts of your opponent's robot as well as building your own. It is quick and easy to play. My 5 year old and 8 year old both love it. This is one of the most straightforward lego games and very suited to younger players but I enjoy it too!
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    I bought Robochamp for my 7 year old autistic son and he LOVES it, as do his 12 year old brother and his Dad and I. We play it more than Pirate Plank (also good) and Monster 4 (requires more tactics but even this one my 7 year old gets). I'm not going to repeat how the game is played as it's been explained in the reviews, but I'd like to add that while the game is very simple and easy to understand, it does involve some tactics when you get the choice of taking a piece from the scrapheap or taking/stealing a body part from another player. My 7 year old easily got this and is making some smart moves, like taking a piece away from someone who almost has a full robot built instead of taking a piece that he might need, buying himself some more time. The only downside, as I've seen mentioned here before, is that you can play it with maximum 3 people. All-in-all I would definitely recommend it for kids as of 5 years old.
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    This is possibly the simplest game you can buy.Once built which can be a little bit fiddly for under sixes,you have enough parts for 3 robots,which are each made up of 1 body,1 head,2 arms and 2 legs.
    Once made up you take them all apart and take the colour body you like and put the rest in the middle or scrapheap as they call it. You make up a lego dice(die) which has the three colours on three sides,a side with all the colours on and two sides with white and black sides.
    When ready you choose who goes first and roll the die and depending on what you roll, pick up a piece or steal a piece off another player. The rules are as simple or complicated as you want them if you want to add some house rules you can do that.
    They also mention that if you can make up a fourth white or black robot out of pieces you already have then you can do so to have a 4 player game.
    My boy who is almost five plays it and as games don't last longer than 15 mins he doesn't lose attention.The robots look quite good and can be customised if you wish with parts you have already.
    Great fun for kids up-to age ten.
    Hope this helps
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    My son (4) really enjoyed building the robots and playing with them, he'd rather play with the robots than the game rules which I think are probably aimed at 5 year olds not my 4 year old. The game is ok though
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    We bought this game for my 4yr olds birthday after reading other reviews. The game is easily played and understood by a 4yr old, it has become one of his most popular games. We have played the game as suggested and also changed the rules and played starting with only a body each and all the other parts in the scrapheap. The game helps you to understand rules, taking turns and being a little bit devious with your play. I believe that this game can be played on many levels and will be a winner for some years. Of course after you have played the game you get to have great fun playing robots. The 4yr old is not able to follow the instructions to make the robots from scratch, but this is just down to age nothing else. Big thumbs up from child and adults alike, it's actually quite a fun game to play as an adult.
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