2011 Toy Fair: Lego

by Jay Cochran
February 13, 2011
Shown below are new images from the LEGO showroom at the 2011 New York Showroom. Get a look at things like the new line based on Harry Potter, Disney's Cars and Pirates of the Caribbean, plus a whole lot more. Also head over to JediInsider.com to check out the Star Wars Legos that were on display


Preschool Building (ages 1½+)

The largest LEGO DUPLO line ever offers youngsters so many ways to play. Highlights include Play with Letters ($29.99), encouraging free-form building and learning. A new collection of “My First” DUPLO sets – My First LEGO DUPLO Set ($14.99), My First Supermarket ($19.99), My First Zoo ($24.99) and My First Fire Station ($29.99) – combine building and role play, while fostering creativity and imagination. New LEGO DUPLO brand collections inspired by Disney•Pixar’s Cars 2 and Disney’s Winnie the Pooh let children recreate favorite scenes and role play with beloved characters from the upcoming feature films ($14.99 - $49.99).



Classic LEGO Building (ages 4+)

Open-ended LEGO Bricks & More boxes, buckets and tubs offer a versatile collection of LEGO bricks and elements to set imaginations in motion, while providing building instructions and photo inspiration for a variety of different models to bring children’s big ideas to life ($9.99 - $19.99). LEGO CREATOR kits ($5.99 - $39.99) offer children who like to build and re-build 3-in-1 building instructions for multiple models from the same kit in cool themes like vehicles, houses and animals, with a fourth building instruction available online. Minifigures added to the new Log Cabin ($29.99) and Lighthouse Island ($39.99) add role play fun. Skilled builders rise to the LEGO TECHNIC challenge of building new kits that replicate real-life machinery ($10.99 – $59.99).



LEGO Themes (ages 5+)

Builders master the lost martial art of Spinjitzu to save the world from Garmadon’s skeleton army in new LEGO NINJAGO, which combines classic LEGO construction with social and virtual gaming experiences under one story line to engage any child in the experience. Eight building sets ($4.99 - $69.99) and six collectible spinners ($9.99 each) are available now. Five more building sets ($19.99 - $119.99) and eight collectible spinner sets ($9.99 each) will launch later in the year. Virtual gaming that integrates to the play will be available through LEGO BATTLES: NINJAGO on Nintendo DS in April and through the first product-inspired zone in LEGO Universe, the company’s massively multiplayer online game.



Builders outsmart mummies on a treasure hunt with six LEGO PHARAOH’S QUEST sets ($4.99 - $99.99), available now. Aliens invade Earth and builders save the planet using seven sets from the LEGO ALIEN CONQUEST collection ($4.99 - $89.99), available in August. Three LEGO ATLANTIS sets ($4.99 - $19.99), available now, and two more ($29.99, $69.99) in August continue the story of exploring inside of the lost, underwater city. Construction turns back time to the medieval village in four new LEGO KINGDOMS sets ($9.99 - $69.99).



Downtown action and adventure continues to build in LEGO CITY. A collection of Police themed sets ($9.99 - $99.99) keeps the city safe, while people work and relax dock- and beach-side with the Harbor collection ($4.99 - $89.99). CITY dwellers look to the stars as astronauts blast into the galaxy with the help of the Space collection ($9.99 - $69.99). Collectors will rejoice over 48 never-before-seen LEGO Minifigures, each sold separately in unmarked packaging ($2.99 each). LEGO RACERS zoom around faster than ever with new Tiny Turbos sets ($5.99).



Licensed Building Fun (Ages 6+)

Excitement builds as a collection of LEGO sets inspired by Disney•Pixar’s Cars, the world-renowned film franchise set to speed to the top of the charts with the June premiere of Cars 2, race into builders hands in May ($9.99 - $69.99). In May, building sets inspired by classic Disney Pirates of the Caribbean films and the fourth installment in the film franchise, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, sail onto shelves ($11.99 - $119.99). The story and characters also come to life in May with LEGO PIRATES OF THE CARRIBEAN: The Video Game.



LEGO STAR WARS continues to inspire creativity in children and collectors as new models from classic episodes and the animated series STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS ($11.99 - $139.99). The blockbuster video game franchise expands with LEGO STAR WARS III: THE CLONE WARS in March.



Building adventure returns to Hogwarts with best-selling LEGO HARRY POTTER as favorite characters meet three more constructible locations, available in June ($11.99 - $49.99), to support the final film’s premiere.



LEGO SpongeBob SquarePants is back with wacky new building adventures from two Bikini Bottom stories – HEROIC HEROES OF THE DEEP and GLOVE WORLD – available in August ($14.99 and $19.99).



Constraction (Ages 5+)

Constructible action figure play reaches a fever pitch as the LEGO HERO FACTORY ramps up production to build robotic heroes to help diffuse and squash an onslaught of missions coming in from across the planet. 6 new villains create a need for the heroes to become bigger and stronger and to create vehicles to help the cause. ($7.99 - $29.99)



LEGO Games (ages 6+)

LEGO Games, the world’s first collection of board games to build, play and change, continue to build game nights to new heights. Two new games in March ($9.99 and $14.99) and four new games in August ($9.99 - $34.99) offer a LEGO twist on classic board game play patterns of strategy, luck, memory and logic.

Game enthusiasts will love HEROICA, a build-and-play adventure gaming platform featuring four new games launching in August ($14.99 - $29.99). Every game is a unique strategic mission to build and explore in fantasy settings, full of obstacles and treasures. Games can be played individually, or combined to create a new and different adventure game challenge.

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