The Money Transporter was one of the new City sets released this year that got my immediate attention, only second to the Pizza Van (which I reviewed back in late February, gosh – time flies!). A couple of weeks ago I finally got it. Lets find out if it can hold up to my expectations.… Read More Review: Lego City Money Transporter (60142)
Astrid’s Starfighter might be fast and stealthy, but an interstellar crime syndicate needs also some serious firepower to run their business. This is where the Blacktron Marauder comes into play: a small, but heavily armed corvette. Ideal for lightning fast attacks that hammer down your shields and have you facing a boarding commando taking every… Read More The Return of Blacktron! (Part 2)
Over the last couple of days I started adding new pictures to the banner on top of the site, which will be randomly selected when you visit the site. So every time you visit Littleworlds, you will be greeted by a new one. Enjoy!
I ordered this set last week, when it was 45% off for Amazon prime customers in the UK. It was quite an unforseen surprise to get some of the most popular Minifigures (and Han Solo’s new hair!) for less than £20! The set itself depicts the scene in Episode 6 – Return of the Jedi, where… Read More Review: Desert Skiff Escape (75174)
Now this is a weird little critter. No, not Yoda. I mean his starfighter of course! According to Star-Wars-lore, it is based on the ETA-2 Actis Class Interceptor, flown by Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi in Episode III, but smaller in size. Just like its pilot. Assisted by an astromech droid (in this case good… Read More Review: Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter (75168)
For quite a while I wasn’t really interested in the Star Wars Microfighters. The Minifigs were usually unremarkable and the builds didn’t really appeal to me either. This changed with the Ghost Microfighter from the series Rebels with Hera Syndulla. Just too cute to give it a pass! For this year my awwww-synapses have been… Read More Review: Series 4 Y-Wing Microfighter (75162)
Since the prices for certain Lego Star Wars sets are borderlining silly (or way beyond that), I am quite happy doing my own interpretations of them. Like this one: a small, medium-range transport ship, which has been largely adapted by smugglers and such scum! I happily admit that I strayed quite away from the look of… Read More A Workhorse in Space