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  • Next up, we’ve got LEGO Flamzer 41531! This is, unsurprisingly, my least favorite of the new Infernites for 2015. I think Flamzer is intended to be some sort of flaming crab monster, but instead he looks like a red, land-locked squid to me.

    Unfortunately, Flamzer’s four legs are all on simple hinges, so he’s not going to have much poseability at all. Unless there’s a micro ball-joint in his tail, LEGO 41531 Flamzer will be one of the few disappointed LEGO Mixels figures to lack even a single ball-joint.

  • As usual, we’ll begin with my favorite member of the group–in this case, Burnard (get it–“Burnard”?!). The 41532 Burnard LEGO Mixels figure is a real cutie with his great big eyes looking off to the left and the flame coming out of his mouth. I think this is one of the rare instances where the LEGO Burnard 41532 figure itself is cuter than the illustration of the character on the packaging!

    The much-loved red Infernites Mixels tribe will return for a second batch of figures in winter 2015. Because of the fact that the Mixels sets have a far shorter shelf-life than most LEGO sets (only a few months, as opposed to the two years most sets get), many Mixels fans are out in the cold (literally) without any fire-themed Infernites to warm them up. But this winter–no longer! Three all new Infernites are on the way in LEGO Series 4 Mixels!

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    Lego has many good kids apps available on the AppStore but one really good one, which we like very much, has to be Lego 4+.
    Lego 4+ is a brilliant app game for the iPad & iPhone, where kids can play with the Lego bricks anywhere they like and especially in places where there aren’t any Lego bricks available, such as waiting at the doctors or going on a journey.

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Lego 4+ (also previously known as in 2003) was a theme for children 4 years old or more. The product range used regular Lego bricks, but came with a different kind of that were larger and couldn't be disassembled. The sets tended to have a small number of pieces, in order to be easy to put together.