Adults and older children get a real kick out of building things with the popular building bricks known as Legos. Sure, they can build the simple sets and do but the serious Lego fan often wants a real challenge. So, I have looked to see if I can find the most complicated Lego sets out there this year. These will make wonderful gifts for the "brick" builder on your gift list!
Amazingly they come in a variety of styles to suit the interest of just about any person on your gift list, too. There are architectural wonders made with the colorful little bricks but there are also ones that involve movement like train sets and robotics. Some of the largest and most difficult are in the Star Wars line which fits two interests, people who live with the "force" and Lego fans.
I remember when Lego blocks were not so complicated as to have special pieces, and one simple set was enough. Now, adults have become avid builders, so complexity is in order.
Wish they'd been around in olden times, when I was a kid. I've tried a few LEGO sets and it was fun. The complicated ones are truly inspiring!
I'll go with the common use: one Lego two Legos. Sorry...
LEGO in capital letters, singular. Not Legos, lower case and plural. Sorry. I am a bit of a brickhead, and I know my terminology. That said, the more complicated the set, the better.
It's been ages since I last played with lego but that's a welcome reminder!
These look really challenging. I wonder how they ever made that gorilla.