Minecraft® players aged 8 and up will be buzzing with excitement when they get their hands on LEGO\® Minecraft The Bee Cottage (21241). This fun toy is packed with endless play possibilities both inside and out.
Action-packed set featuring Minecraft's iconic bees
Players use their creative Minecraft building skills to construct a bee-shaped house. A removable roof provides easy access to the interior. Outside, thereâ€™s honeycomb to harvest from the beehive, crops to grow at the farm and hostile mobs to defend against. The set includes a Honey Bear player character, baby zombie, 3 bees and 1 angry bee. Features include 2 bees that race around a tree with the flick of a finger. For added digital fun, the LEGO Builder app features intuitive zoom and rotate tools that let kids visualize their model as they build.
Minecraft® action LEGO® Minecraft The Bee Cottage (21241) is packed with hands-on adventures that take players experience of the popular video game to a whole new level
Classic characters Includes a Honey Bear player character, baby zombie, 3 bees and 1 angry bee, plus fun features and accessories
Fun-packed playset â€“ Kids harvest honeycomb from the beehive, grow crops on a farm and battle a baby zombie as they build a bee-shaped base for their MinecraftÂ® adventures
Gift for kids Give this versatile, buildable playset as a birthday, holiday or any-day treat for Minecraft® players aged 8 and up
Play and display The constructed model measures over 4 in. (10 cm) high, 5.5 in. (14 cm) wide and 3 in. (8 cm) deep
Interactive digital building “ The LEGO® Builder app features intuitive zoom and rotate tools that let kids visualize their model as they build
Minecraft® made real LEGO® Minecraft sets give kids a different way to enjoy the popular game, with mobs, scenes and features brought to life with the hands-on creativity of LEGO bricks
Quality guaranteed LEGO® components fulfill stringent industry quality standards to ensure they are consistent, compatible and connect smoothly every time
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