The wonderful world of Minecraft is bountiful in its blocky offerings, and we recommend these Minecraft Lego sets and toys to bring it into the real world. We’ve picked out a range of Lego sets in ascending price order (though there are plenty more to choose from!) and some of the best Minecraft toys on the market for you to feast your eyes on.
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Without further ado, here are our picks for the best Minecraft lego and toys!
Swamp Adventure Minecraft Lego set
A good place to start your Minecraft Lego collection is with a small, simple set – like the Swamp Adventure. This set has a cuboid frog and a semi-transparent slime, which makes it a good choice for sprucing up your desk.
Mushroom House Minecraft Lego set
Moving on from the swamp is a quaint house built into a mushroom, with a tiny farm area and some enemies, and a mooshroom! Anyone that says they don’t like mooshrooms is lying.
Fox Lodge Minecraft Lego set
Next on our tour of Minecraft Lego properties is the Fox Lodge. As the name suggests, you can live inside a giant fox, while wearing a fox suit, and have two little Lego foxes following you around with this particular set. There’s even an arctic fox here too – making this the best set out of the lot.
Nether Bastion Minecraft Lego set
If you’re not in the market for a cute woodland house, then perhaps the Nether Bastion is more your style. Set in the lava-filled pits of the Nether, there are all sorts of creepy critters in this set for Steve to combat. The Magma Cube even expands – how cool is that?
Sword Outpost Minecraft Lego set
Back on the surface, we have the Sword Outpost set. Here you can play music, eat some cookies, and relax before your next big adventure. Beware, there is a skeleton and a creeper knocking around…
Pig House Minecraft Lego set
You didn’t think we were done with animal-themed housing, did you? The Pig House, on the pricier side of the Minecraft sets, is adorable. There are gardening opportunities here and a spring of fresh water to water your… pigs.
Llama Village Minecraft Lego set
If you find yourself with a mountain of spare cash, why not get the Llama Village set? Sure, it costs a fair bit, but look at it. Who wouldn’t want a whole settlement inside a giant Wandering Trader’s llama, really? This particular set is stuffed with things like a functional living space, a big hostile mob coming to destroy your settlement, flowers, and a little farm all for yourself.
Minecraft Torch replica
The Noble Collection, known for its movie memorabilia, now has a range of delightful Minecraft collectibles – including this touch-activated torch. You can have it standing on a desk or shelf, or you can twist the hinged base to create a slanted angle, perfect for mounting on a wall. This realistic torch will keep the spiders and skeletons at bay no matter where you are.
Plastic Minecraft pickaxe replica
Perhaps Lego isn’t quite your thing and you want something a bit more functional – then look no further than this real-life pickaxe. It comes in different variants, but the diamond is clearly the best option. Note: cannot be used to actually mine rock blocks.
Nerf Minecraft Stormlander hammer
What’s better than a hammer? A Nerf dart firing hammer, of course! Keep enemies at bay by firing darts, and then smash them into oblivion. Now, if only we could have this in the actual game…
Ender Dragon lights and sounds plush
Sticking with the plush monster theme, this one’s even bigger and better: it’s an Ender Dragon that makes sounds and has light-up eyes, so you can properly frighten your enemies. This cute little cuboid dragon comes with poseable wings to make sure it looks formidable.
Minecraft Pig money bank
OK, so it’s not really a toy, but you can save up for your next Minecraft Lego set in style in this piggy – and it doubles as a neat decoration for a desk or bookcase.
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