Monday, September 11, 2017

Review: 30379 Ninjago Movie Quake Mech Polybag

This is a recent release that's currently a Walmart exclusive.  A fair amount of people in the community have been chomping at the bit to get their hands on these sets.

Bag.  I paid $3.97 for this which equates to a $0.06 Price per Piece.


Parts.  Look at all of those Apollo Studs!  A Brown Travis Brick, those Bar Ball Joints in Dark Bley, two different sizes of Dishes, Bar Plates, Skeleton Arms, Black Ingots, Clip Plates, a Motor Brick, Bucket Handles, a Trans-Clear Round 1x1 Brick, a Trans-Clear 1x2 Tile, a Black Lightsaber Blade, Female Ball Joint Plates, Cheese Slopes, Bricks, and Plates.  This set is a smorgasbord of usefulness.

Build.  I went with the set build to see if it really was a Frame-in-a-Bag.

Size Comparison.  As you can see, it should fit in really well on the game table.

The Questions:
Can you build something -- a frame, station, or starship -- right away?  Yes.  (+5)
Is it below, at, or above the golden ratio?  Below.  (+5)  
(The Golden Ratio is $0.10 per part.)
If you can't build a frame right away, or choose not to, does it have parts you should be able to put into use right away?  Yes.  (+5)
Does it have more than a handful of immediately useful parts?  Yes.  (+5)
Score: +20 (A+).  This one hits it out of the park.

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