LEGO Hogwarts Game (3862)
LEGO Hogwarts Game (3862)
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LEGO Hogwarts Game (3862)
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|Product Length:||11.34 inches|
|Product Width:||2.64 inches|
|Product Height:||10.71 inches|
|Product Weight:||1.74 pounds|
|Package Length:||11.4 inches|
|Package Width:||10.7 inches|
|Package Height:||2.8 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.75 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 107 reviews|
1 buildable LEGO Die
9 LEGO microfigures which includes Harry Potter?, Hermione Granger?, Ron Weasley?, Draco Malfoy? and Albus Dumbledore?
Includes building instructions and 1 rule booklet
2 to 4 players
332 LEGO pieces
|Average Customer Review: ( 107 customer reviews )
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139 of 141 found the following review helpful:
Harry Potter Howarts Lego game should win awards! Amazing! Aug 11, 2010
The Harry Potter Hogwarts game is an incredible value at just under $30. First you are able to build the game board, so it's equivalent to a normal Lego set. Then you play! The introductory game play is simple enough and complex enough for both kids and adults to enjoy. My favorite part was listening to the brainstorming that occurs when players (yes, grown ups and kids) realize they can adapt the game in an infinite number of ways. Best toy I have seen to stimulate imagination, cooperation, and creativity. My eight year old son even plays with the board game by himself creating and playing out different Harry Potter scenarios. I'm very thankful the game comes in a box that is sized just right . . . small enough to store in the game cupboard and big enough to store the game board without having to take it apart. I also appreciate the rubber edges on the dice. (No need to roll the dice in the box to prevent damaging furniture!) The Harry Potter Hogwarts game/toy deserves awards and will likely be be one of the hottest selling items during the Christmas season this year!
Note: We also own Creationary. I would recommend it as well. However, if you need to choose between Creationary and one of the themed Lego games, I would recommend trying the themed games. (Pirates, Monster, Pyramid, Race 3000, etc.) Although, we have only tried Harry Potter Hogwarts at this point. We cannot wait to try the others!
42 of 42 found the following review helpful:
Harry Potter Hogwarts Aug 22, 2010
My dad bought this for me as a souvenir from Orlando. When we got home the next day, my dad and I got it out of the luggage and started building it. The instructions are great and like all other LEGO sets. The rules are simple and easy to use, yet the game is deep and engaging. The cool thing is the game board changes, so if your opponent is about to win, you can change the path and force them to re-change it. The game involves luck, so kid's don't feel bad about losing. The packaging is sleek and attractive, and the game is fun and easy to store.
This game is great for Harry newbies, fans, or lego fans!
50 of 52 found the following review helpful:
One of the best board games around! Great for all ages! Aug 12, 2010
By Mom of Three
My kids are age 7 and 8. We've had this game for two weeks and I have played it with them non-stop every day! Building the game was lots of fun, but the game itself is even better. Players representing each of the Hogwarts houses race to collect items from four classrooms. But since it's Hogwarts, magical mayhem gets in your way. With each turn, players are able to rotate staircases or relocate classrooms to create obstacles for their opponents. It's great educational fun for the kids to come up with strategies to hinder their opponents while moving themselves along. There is also the ability to customize the gameplay in whatever way you want to make it easier or harder. In addition, you receive special microfigures of Harry, Hermione, Ron, Malfoy and Dumbledore which are adorable. I also love how the gameboard and game pieces are sized to fit perfectly into the box without the need to disassemble much. Definitely one of the best board games around!
14 of 14 found the following review helpful:
A hit with three lego fans! Sep 26, 2010
We took this game with us to test out on our friends' three boys aged 10, 8, and 4 years old. They are also huge fans of LEGO. The boys ripped open all the plastic bags and dumped the contents in a heap. The 10 year old was the only one to look at the directions but between the 10 an 8 year old (the 4 year old pretty much just watched this step) it took about 40 minutes to complete the game board set up. They kept telling me all about how they had heard about this particular dice and how cool it was because you can change the faces of the dice with a little wrench included. The 10 year old mentioned that his favorite part of this game was setting it up, which is a good thing because his 4 year old brothers' favorite thing to do was dismantle it after each play. The three boys plus my two daughters (ages 4 and 3) sat around getting instructions on how to play the game. It's not very difficult for little ones to play as long as the older ones guide them by telling them that a particular move isn't possible or helping them with strategy. They enjoyed rotating the staircases and I thought it was just a clever idea in general. The second day the 10 year old opened up the game again to announce he had a new set of rules and wanted to try it out. I think the game leaves a lot of creativity open in the respect that it could be played many different ways. Two thumbs up from all the kids.
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
A really fun game to play!!! Aug 27, 2010
By Peter Feige
LEGO hit a home run with the Hogwart game. They stayed true to the feeling of the Harry Potter franchise and yet the game is challenging enough to be entertaining and fun.
We also own the Minatore LEGO game, but the family enjoys this one far more because of the shifting "staircases" aspect this game has to offer.
The educational part of the game is it has to be assembled and LEGO encourages changing or adding rules as the die is changable and LEGO includes additional pieces to make the game more complex or to use however one sees fit.
Alot of fun! I hope others will enjoy the family time together as much as we do!
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