You may have read that we had reviewed the Qixels Turbo set. We enjoyed making figures with it so when we were given an opportunity to review the new Qixels Kingdom Castle Attack playset, we jumped at it.
The Qixels Kingdom set is a little different to the other sets in that it has a castle with it. The castle comes in parts and is easy to build up. Then all you need to do is create your own figures and add them to have a fantastic playset.
The Castle was really easy to put together and Ethan didn’t require any help whatever to set this up. In fact, I was busy working and then saw that he had put the castle up and had also made the first Pixel knight figure.
There are a few figures to create – knights, a dragon. They all come with a stand each so you can set them out around the castle to create a full scene. You can also create the weapons for the knights.
Qixels are so easy to put together. All you need to do is follow the pattern and once it is complete, spray it and let it dry. Make sure to let it dry well before you try to take the figure out or it may break.
The set is really nice as it has a lot of playing power. Once you put the castle together and create the Qixels figures you can let your imagination take you back into the medieval ages for some exciting play.
This particular Qixels set while being creative and helping in being precise and listening to instruction, is also good for imaginative play which is such an important part of play.
It is priced at £29.99 and is good value for money as it has provided Ethan with hours of being occupied creatively and imaginatively. The set is available from Character Online.