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Minotaurus
Minotaurus
Item №

3841

Pieces

211

Minifigures

3 Blue Spartan Microfigures
3 White Spartan Microfigures
3 Red Spartan Microfigures
3 Yellow Spartan Microfigures

Price

Flag-US $24.99
Flag-DE €24.99
Flag-UK £16.99
Flag-AU $39.99

Ages

8+

Released

2009

Theme

LEGO Games

3841 Minotaurus is a LEGO Games set released in 2009. In it, players must get their three Spartans to the temple at the centre of the maze without being caught by the dreaded Minotaur. It includes a buildable die, a cardboard bricklaying template, a rule booklet and an instruction booklet. It has 221 pieces.

Rules

If you roll one of the standard die sides (3 dots, 4 dots, etc.) then you go that number of pegs forward. If you roll the light gray square, you can take one of the gray walls from anywhere on the board or from the sides, and place it on the board. You cannot box in a spartan, stopping him from moving, but you can block him temporarily. If you roll the black square, you may move the Minotaur up to 8 spaces. If the minotaur lands on the same space as a spartan, the minotaur and the spartan return to their starting areas.

LEGO.com Description

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Minotaurus from LEGO Games: A new way to play!

The mighty Minotaur, a mythical creature, protects a secret temple hidden deep inside a labyrinth. Be the first to lead your heroes to the temple, avoiding the Minotaur and cleverly placing walls to block your opponents. Clear and simple rules make this game great fun for the whole family (2 to 4 players). Game play approximately 20-30 minutes.

Contains:

  • 1 buildable LEGO® Dice
  • 12 LEGO microfigures
  • 1 building instruction booklet
  • 1 rule booklet


Microfigures included


Gallery


Notes

In LEGO Battles: Ninjago, when Sensei Wu rescues and reunites two Builders, one says "Now we can get back to our game of Minotaurus!", making reference to the game.

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