Fallout 4 will be released in two weeks time on the 10th November 2015.
Accompanying the #LEGORebuildSG campaign is the launch of 4 LEGO SG50 Limited Edition Singapore Icons Mini Builds. The 4 Mini Builds include quintessential Singaporean icons of the past such as The Cable Car, Ice Cream Bike, HDB Flats and the Dragon Playground. The Mini Builds are redeemable at selected stores with a minimum purchase of S$50 of LEGO products in a single receipt. Note that the Mini Builds have already been fully redeemed.
The easiest Mini Build to build is the Cable Car which only has 1 page of instructions, requiring 56 pieces of LEGO bricks to build. Next is the Ice Cream Bike with 2 pages of instructions, requiring 35 pieces of LEGO bricks to build.
As part of the #LEGORebuildSG campaign is the Rebuild Your Memories Competition.
The competition which ended on 26th June 2015 allow fans to construct their fondest memories of Singapore with LEGO.
Personally, I am not really familiar with the LEGO Ninjago series, but just to give a brief background, the LEGO Ninjago series was introduced in 2011 around four Ninjas: Kai, Cole, Jay and Zane. They have been trained by their master Sensei Wu to fight forces of evil to protect the land of Ninjago.
This summer, LEGO released 9 new LEGO Ninjago sets and a new LEGO Ninjago product called the LEGO Ninjago Airjitzu Flyer.
*UPDATE 30th July 2015* Check out the actual pictures of the LEGO SG50 Singapore Icons Mini Builds!
Singapore is turning 50 this year and hence you will see a lot of businesses supporting the tagline SG50, including one of my favourite company, LEGO.
Singapore’s First LEGO Certified Store was opened on Saturday, 29th November 2014, by Her Excellency, Berit Basse, the Ambassador of Denmark to Singapore.
The company managing the store is Bricks World. Bricks World is the oldest (since 2003) and largest specialist LEGO retailer in Singapore.
What caught my eye was a shop named Anime Trend and they are located on the first floor of the shopping mall. The shop sells lots of figurines related to anime and I spotted them selling the Dragon Ball Z LEGO Compatible Minifigures! Of course they are not the official items since there are no official LEGO Dragon Ball Minifigs.
It is the World Cup season and minifiglabs.com has come up with customised “LEGOfied” minifigure sets for 8 qualifying countries: Brazil, Spain, Japan, Germany, Italy, Argentina, England and Netherlands.
The names and numbers on the minifigures can be personalised. All minifigures are entirely poseable (not guled) and come with their own metallic gold trophy. With every purchase, you will also get a minifiglabs 6×6 stackable display case with a country flag decal as the backdrop.
Note that all designs are printed on original blank LEGO minifigure parts.
In case you are not aware, Amazon do provide free shipping to Singapore through it’s AmazonGlobal Saver program. Your order has to be above US$125 (S$156) and every item in your order has to qualify for AmazonGlobal Saver.
As long as one of your item doesn’t qualify for AmazonGlobal Saver, your whole order doesn’t qualify. Anything single item that is bigger than 18 x 11 x 8 inches (45cm x 28cm x 20cm) or 20 pounds (9kg) will not qualify for AmazonGlobal Saver. I also heard that if your single item cost more than US$50 it will not qualify for AmazonGlobal Saver as well.