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A Quick Tip by woopak_the_thrill

  • Dec 16, 2011
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Inspired by Michael Bay's movie franchise, this toy is actually pretty detailed and adds to the Autobot toy line collection. It comes with a small transforming robot and has the ability for snazzy lights and sounds. Missiles are replicated and launched with the use of springs I suppose. The design of the ship is pretty well thought out. It somehow reminds me of the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars, in some small ways.

The product is made of pretty durable plastic and is easily transformable. Once changed into the space station, a kid can play with it as if it is a stronghold for the Autobots. There's a shop and a holding cell for Decepticons and you can use the robot that comes with it as a guard. The little guy is like a Lunar mobile too once transformed, but the quality of the plastic doe s not match the quality of the ship.

I really don't play with toys anymore, but this will provide one of my friend's kids some fun. It can prove to have some educational value since it encourages the imagination, and transforming it can promote eye to hand coordination. It feels pretty sturdy and I think it can stand up to the most abusive kid. Rightfully made for the age intended.... [8/10]

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December 22, 2011
Great stuff WP.
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