LEGO Minifigure Puzzle Review

The LEGO Minifigure Puzzle is a new toy from the popular company. It’s an interesting product that combines two things kids love, puzzles and LEGOs! We were really excited when we received ours in the mail because it was something our boys hadn’t seen before. They love to build with LEGOs so I knew they would be interested in this toy too.

I want to start by saying that this puzzle isn’t for adults or children who have dexterity issues since there are small pieces involved. The box says ages 6-14 but we found it more appropriate for four year olds and up because of the fine motor skills required to piece together all of those little pieces.

LEGO Minifigure Puzzle
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Iconic LEGO minifgures

The minifigure has become a global icon because of its recognizability and widespread appeal. The iconic 8-bit smiley face has allowed LEGO to develop a universally understood language which was then taken to the next level with the development of the minifigures themselves.

Have noth puzzle and LEGO fun

Puzzle and LEGO toys are a perfect combination for kids of all ages. That’s why we were excited when the LEGO company released their newest product. The LEGO minifigure puzzle combines two fun activities into one neat toy.

Suitable for both kids and adults

write about this puzzle’s broad appeal, including LEGO fans and puzzles fan, kids and adults

The broad appeal of this puzzles is that it has a special place for kids and adults. From a puzzle perspective, it’s rewarding to put together as your looking for the right pieces and building the puzzle as you go. From an adult LEGO perspective, it’s also fun because they love seeing the different LEGO people they have built over the years in one place.


On the other hand, there are some downfalls too with this puzzles. One downfall is that some pieces are small and may be difficult for poor motor skills. Another downside is that some of the pieces do not come apart easily when you’re trying to get them out of their compartment which can be frustrating for kids (and adults who don’t have good dexterity).

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