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This Giant Lego Roller Coaster Is Built For Thrillseeking Minifigs

first_img Lego has unveiled the latest addition to its theme park attractions. The new set is a massive, fully-functional roller coaster, and like the other rides in the collection it’s big enough for your minifigs to enjoy.The coaster is one of the biggest sets Lego is selling right now at just over 4,100 pieces. That’s more than the UCS Death Star (but still well short of the ridiculously detailed UCS Millennium Falcon). Fully assembled, the coaster stands almost two feet tall and three feet long!While there’s no loop or corkscrew for minifigs to hurtle through, the track has plenty of turns and dips to keep things exciting. There’s even a working chain lift to pull the cars up to the peak of the hill. Out of the box it’s a hand-cranked setu, but you can motorize the coaster with power elements or Lego Boost.As they typically do, Lego has checked all the boxes with this one. The ride op has a “you must be this tall to ride” stick (sorry, disappointed little girl with the non-movable minilegs) and there’s a park map that shows all of Lego’s big amusement park attractions.As long as we’re looking at details and talking about screaming, just check out those cars! Lego made sure to fit them with a lap bar so that your minifigs aren’t accidentally ejected when they go swooping down a hill or careening around a corner!Your minifigs can also buy overpriced beverages at the concession stand and action photos from the screamiest part of the coaster (snapped by a camera mounted right near the C in sign). Heck, there’s even a trash can you can place near the exit just in case someone gets queasy.The Lego roller coaster isn’t available yet, but that’s probably a good thing. If you want one, you probably need some time to clear the three square feet you’ll need to display it. Oh, and to save up the $380 to pay for it. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Lego Unveils ‘Friends’ 25th Anniversary Central Perk SetThis Tree House Is Lego’s Most Sustainable Set Ever last_img read more