The Programmable Meccano Meccasaur looks like a robotic T-Rex with a 715-piece gunmetal and green frame made up of metal and plastic that also stomps and roars. Although it doesn't look exactly like a real T-Rex, it's incredibly lifelike in the way that it interacts with people. It responds to a person's voice and petting will cause it to purr. The motorized T-Rex's construction is more technological than brick-based sets like MEGA Bloks and LEGO and it requires some supervision if younger builders are looking to put it together.
Control your robo-dino with the direction pad and the Meccasaur's eyes will light up as you make him roam around the house or control his roars, attacks, and mood with the buttons on the Meccabrain on his back. The Meccasaur also shows off its sense of humor when you ask it yes/no questions. It'll either send out a positive or negative growl as an answer. The fully built Meccasaur is an impressive three-feet long and features four play modes (Record, Play Back, Room Guard, and 8-Ball Mode).
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