Play LEGO® Iconic What Am I? and ask yes/no questions to guess your opponent's minifigure or small build—there are 16 buildable and removable minifigures included with the game, or you can use your own to add to the fun! The game also comes with building instructions and rules for playing, and the handy packaging can be used to store the game between uses.
Features 2 game boards and 16 assorted buildable and removable minifigures to play with.
Ask your opponent a series of yes/no questions to try and guess their minifigure or small build.
The game can also be played with small LEGO® builds.
The packaging can be used to store the game between uses.
Makes a great gift for fans of LEGO® play sets.
This item offers an age-appropriate play experience for ages 6 and over.
Each game board has spaces for 8 minifigures and measures over 4” (12cm) high, 9” (25cm) wide and 4” (11cm) deep.
Rated 5 out of
Easy Build & Great GameEasy to build, he built it 99% by himself in a couple of hours. I helped with the legs of the game boards. And we have played and played and played. He has also built several new people and things from other bricks he had. It is a game he can continue to take apart and rebuild and add new characters to guess. Awesome!
Date published: 2018-01-06
Rated 5 out of
Excellent GameGreat for the amount of mini figurines. Spend time assembling the game Excellent game for children playing with family and/or friends. Works great for storing figurines also!
Date published: 2017-10-31
Rated 4 out of
good pieces & surprisingly funSo I bought this mainly for the pieces and all the figures, but that said we did assemble everything and to my surprise we (two adults) played the game several times one evening. We implemented a few rules to make it a bit more challenging because you quickly learn choosing an object instead of a mini-figure can be a serious disadvantage if someone asks: is it a mini-figure? [For Lego's feedback, the objects (esp. the penguin) are fun, but this would be a lot better with all mini-figures.] In any event, we couldn't ask a question that had already been asked and tried to find some less obvious questions to make it more challenging (i.e. does your character/object prefer the cold?) We've discussed pulling the objects and replacing with different mini-figures that have some of the same color pants so they blend well. Eventually we will use for parts, but we are happy with the purchase and would recommend (esp. if you actually have kids).
Date published: 2018-01-26
Rated 3 out of
Is it a minifigure?Because the game has 7 minifigs but 5 objects, my sons quickly realized their first question should be: Is it a minifigure? They also realized they would be at a disadvantage to pick an object as there are fewer. They also fight over whether their pick has red (slim lip line) or black (eyes on a minifig), so we had to add rules: no asking whether it is a minifig and they must specify what part has a certain color (eg. does it have yellow hands?). With these alterations, the game is much more enjoyable.