The Carnotaurus and Stygimoloch sets are quick builds of less than an hour, whereas the Baryonex boat will take you a couple of hours at a leisurely pace. First off, the Carnotaurus set comes with an off-roader, a helicopter, three minifigs and the frightening, yet somehow adorable Carnotaurus. The helicopter has an opening front hatch and rotating blades, and the vehicle has an easy open top to place your minifigs inside. The Stygimoloch set will give you a buggy with an attachable cage, a forested treehouse and slide, three minifigs, a baby Ankylosaurus named Bumpy, the eponymous hardhead itself, and a bunch of small accessories to set the scene. Try giving bumpy a ride on the slide! Lastly, we have the Baryonyx boat escape, containing a big boat with a working restraint apparatus and escape boat for minifigs, a baby dino and the Baryonyx, once again exuding a scary yet very cute energy. The boat not only features a ton of accessories and a rotating searchlight, but also floats on water, should you wish to try it. All in all, these three sets have so much to offer for pretend play, especially the Baryonyx Boat.
All three sets are a lot of fun. They're simple builds with a rewarding playset finish.
The LEGO Jurassic World Stygimoloch Dinosaur Escape, Carnotaurus Dinosaur Chase, and Baryonyx Boat Escape sets are for Jurassic World fans aged 4 and up.
- You'll be left with some loose accessories, especially in the Stygimoloch set, so be sure to have a storage method in mind so you don't lose any pieces.
-The bottom half of the Baryonyx Boat is solid, waterproof plastic, meant to be handled on water. The build time of this set is much shorter than anticipated due to this pre-built segment.
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