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Sonic, Tails, and Amy run at full speed with a new line of LEGO sets

You can now recreate the mythical Green Hill Zone in your home thanks to a new LEGO and SEGA collaboration that brings Sonic and friends to the blocky toyline.

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Sonic, Tails, and Amy run at full speed with a new line of LEGO sets

It is not the first time that Sonic, the most famous hedgehog of all time, has joined forces with LEGO to delight fans of the SEGA franchise. And now we have a new line made up of 4 new sets that cannot be missing from your collection. In the following trailer, you can see them all, and below we show you the details of each. They will be available from August 1, 2023.

LEGO Sonic the Hedgehog: all the details

Below we break down the details of each product with its number of pieces, measurements and price.

LEGO Sonic The Hedgehog: Sonic’s Speed Sphere Challenge

  • Pieces: 292
  • Measurements: Speedball launcher measures over 1″ (4cm) high, 5″ (14cm) wide and 2″ (5cm) deep
  • Price: $34.99
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LEGO Sonic The Hedgehog: Tails Workshop and Tornado Plane

  • Pieces: 376
  • Measurements: Workshop measures over 3″ (9cm) high, 4″ (12cm) wide and 3″ (9cm) deep
  • Price: $39.99
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LEGO Sonic The Hedgehog: Amy’s Animal Rescue Island

  • Pieces: 388
  • Measurements: Island measures over 4″ (12cm) high, 9″ (24cm) wide and 6″ (17cm) deep
  • Price: $49.99
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LEGO Sonic The Hedgehog: Sonic’s Green Hill Zone Loop Challenge

  • Pieces: 802
  • Measurements: Track measures over 8″ (21cm) high, 15″ (37cm) wide and 7″ (19cm) deep
  • Price: $99.99
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Sonic Frontiers, the latest Sonic game

It arrived at the end of last year and became one of the most acclaimed titles of the hedgehog. After a somewhat turbulent time, it seems that we can finally talk about a great Sonic game. In our review we said that “Sonic Frontiers is the best installment of the saga in three dimensions —with permission of Sonic Colors—from the classic Sonic Adventure for Dreamcast. Sega’s mascot is an icon of the video game industry, and after many years with more lights than shadows, we can celebrate that he finally stars in a game that lives up to his legacy.”

Source | LEGO