Coming Soon: New Lego Creator Roller Coaster

Any Lego builder dreams of having Will Ferrell’s set up from The Lego Movie in their basement. This new Roller Coaster set would be a fun addition to your Lego Creator city.

The set is a fully functional chain-lift Roller Coaster model features a classic brick-built sign, control panel, 2 trains—each consisting of 3 train cars with low-friction wheels, and a 44-piece track consisting of 7 different rail elements.

This set as more than just a fully functional coaster. There are a few side sets and plenty of different mini figures with funny facial expressions. There are 11 minifigures: a cotton candy vendor, 2 ride attendants, 2 grandparents with their granddaughter and 5 riders. 8 of these minifigures feature reversible heads to display different emotions.

I love the nod to the 80’s spaceman on the shirt.

No cheating at the height marker—the ride attendant has an accurate measuring stick!

Also features a ticket booth, fountain, cotton candy cart, concession stand, waiting area with bench, camera element and a pond with a frog figure. Serve refreshing beverages at the concession stand or spin some cotton candy.

Release the brake to send the cars to the foot of the first climb. Activate the chain lift to pull the train cars to the top of the first drop.

If you are old school like me, the unlicensed stuff like Creator and City sets are more appealing because you can build a broader, more complete “world”.

The set is up on their site and looks to be available online and in stores June 1.

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