LEGO Scooby-Doo Haunted Lighthouse 75903 Review

Mama Says Play September 13, 2016 @ 2:00AM
LEGO Scooby-Doo Haunted Lighthouse 75903 Review

Is your child brave enough to inspect the haunted lighthouse, along with Scooby-Doo and gang? Your kid will enjoy steering the boat with Scooby and Daphne in order to reach the lighthouse safely. Shaggy will accompany them riding the water skis. Thanks to the LEGO Scooby-Doo Lighthouse, your child can do exactly that!

This building kit has been creating quite a buzz on the market since its release. Hanna-Barbers might have created their cartoon series way back in 1969 but love of the show has never waned and it is as popular as ever today.

This building kit is one of the best toy sets for your kids aged 6-years and older. The product is of the highest quality but affordable too. if you are looking for a toy set that improves the creativity and hand-eye coordination, you need not look further than this product.

This LEGO Scooby-Doo Haunted Lighthouse 75903 review will discuss the features, pros and cons, and other aspects of this toy to help you make an informed buying decision.

Review of LEGO Scooby-Doo Haunted Lighthouse 75903

Features

Year Released: 2015
Set Number: 75903-1
Name of Set: Haunted Lighthouse
Number of Parts: 418
Minifigures: 5 - Daphne, Lighthouse Keeper (Verona Dempsey), Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, and Swamp Monster (Mr. Brown)
Minimum Recommended Age to Build This Set: 6 years old

Your kid will love steering the boat with Scooby-Doo and the gang, and docking at the foot of the rocks. They have to shift the planks using the crowbar in order to reveal the treasure map, which holds the clue in finding the golden key. Watch out for the Swamp Monster and the Lighthouse Keeper who are hiding in the skull cave and preparing to ambush the kids.

Your brave kid and the gang will have to battle past them if they are to avoid being taken down to prison. Once they reach the top of the lighthouse, they can open the secret compartment and find the golden key. The golden key will help them seek out the treasure chest hidden under the lighthouse, which will help reveal the true identities of the villains. Just imagine the fun and frolic your kid would have playing such an adventurous game. This is why you should purchase the latest LEGO Scooby-Doo Lighthouse Building Kit for your child.

Lighthouse
- The haunted lighthouse island measures 9-inches high, 9-inches wide and 4-inches deep, and includes a lighthouse with balcony, a secret compartment with a golden key, orange flame elements, kitchen with oven pan, light pole, prison with opening door, cheese and rat, movable planks, a wheeled skull cave and many more interesting elements.

Speedboat - The speedboat measures 1-inch high, 5-inch long and 1-inch wide, and has a windscreen, engine with a rotating propeller, paddle, steering wheel and water ski elements.

Minifigures - The building kit includes Shaggy, Lighthouse keeper, Daphne, Verona Dempsey, Scooby-Doo, Swamp Monster, Mr. Brown and four mini figures with a weapon and an accessory. The major accessories include the brick-built hamburger of Shaggy and Swamp Monster’s trident.


What Age Range Is This Toy For?

The suggested age range for this product is between 6 and 12 years old, but older kids, and even adults, enjoy building and playing with this playset. The product comes with a warning for choking hazard since there are small parts accompanying the building kit. It should be kept away from children under 3-years of age.

Why People Like This Toy

As I went through all the reviews from people who own the Scooby-Doo Haunted Lighthouse building kit, I noticed that many parents were praising the sturdiness and the ability of the building blocks to stand up to play without falling apart. Most of the parents were of the view that the product helped improve the hand-eye coordination of their kids. They say that this product beats video games hands down in this aspect. There were some parents who said that even their older kids and teenagers loved this product.

Pros And Cons

Pros

Cons

  • Designed by one of the leading kid's toy manufacturing companies in the world.
  • Even children who are aged between 12-18 years can have fun playing the game.
  • Well-designed with nice play features. Overall, high quality but quite affordable.
  • Everything in this building set can be integrated with other LEGO sets. Your children can let their imagination run wild creating wacky adventures. This means hours and hours of fun.
  • There were no cons noted by any of the reviewers when I researched this set.

Skills Taught By This Toy

Imaginative Play - This toy teaches imaginative play skills as children create adventures for Shaggy and the gang.

Motor Skills - This toy teaches fine motor skills as children build the set.

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