Fresh from LEGO® CON, the LEGO Groups Live streamed product showcase, MINECRAFT Game director Agnes Larsson and LEGO Designer Fred joined the stream to help reveal two new LEGO Minecraft sets: 21189 the Skeleton Dungeon and 21190 The Abandoned Village.
Both are set to release on August 1st 2020.
Read on for more details.
LEGO® Minecraft® The Skeleton Dungeon ( 21189)
- Age: 8+; 364 pieces; August 1, 2022 launch; 29.99 EUR/ 34.99 USD/24.99 GBP/49.99 AUD/44.99 CAD
- Use your pickaxe to explore the stalagmites and stalactites of the dripstone cave. Be careful – there are 2 skeletons in the dungeon below! Push a stalagmite to make rocks crash down onto the hostile mobs. Then climb down the dripleaves in the lush cave to battle the skeletons with your crossbow. But watch out –a spin of the spawner causes another skeleton to appear, wearing enchanted armor!
LEGO® Minecraft® The Abandoned Village (21190)
- Age: 8+; 422 pieces; ; August 1, 2022 launch; 49.99 EUR/44.99 USD/79.99 AUD/44.99 GBP/49.99 CAD
- Grab your sword, it’s time to reclaim the abandoned village from the zombies! Battle the zombie villager at the blast furnace, seize the zombie farm and capture the abandoned house. Now you can rebuild the village in your own awesome style! Clear the cobwebs, combine the different buildings, and add furniture and tools for work. Finally, build a campfire – and plan your next adventure!
As another surprise, players and builders are given the chance to vote for a new Knight skin
I am a fan of the Minecraft aesthetic: the blockiness takes me back to the 70s in the days before all the angled bricks we have today, and the only curved bricks were wheels! It’s great to see these new sets and hear about how they fit into the ongoing developments in the Minecraft Story.
Have your families embraced the Minecraft theme? Why not leave your comments below, and stay tuned for further LEGO CON Updates. Until next time…
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