Lego has been providing Star Wars games for years and it is dominating the gaming market with a series of productive games. Today, Lego has introduced a new STEM Star Wars Kit for the fanboys. The company is applying the most essential IP to its STEM Kits i.e. Lego Boost.
Every year, LEGO announces something new for its fanboys and this year, the company is launching a new STEM Star Wars Kit. This special Kit is designed for the Kids who can develop their mind power by building more of LEGO pieces using the latest techniques.
The new LEGO Star Boost Commander Set enhances the capabilities of the users and allows them to build a trio of classic robots from the series itself.
If we talk about its capabilities, Kids can make use of it to build Gonk and Mouse droid, R2-D2. This helps users to command them on over 40 different and unique missions while learning to build things.
LEGO has been using the best of things from the Internet and if we talk about the past, the company has been using the Star Wars IP with the most effective way. Users are loving how they provide new things for building and taking parts into exciting new missions.
The new set includes 1,177 Pieces which are colour-coded ones. These pieces can be controlled by distance sensors which are built-in. The package also includes an interactive motor to move the robot the way you want. The motor is powerful and helps the user to direct the robot.
Everything can be controlled by a new Boost Star Wars App. This app will soon be made available for iOS, Android and Fire devices.
According to an official statement, this system will arrive on September 1. The Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the final film in the sequel trilogy is also releasing on the same date and hence, the company has decided to release this system on 1st, September.
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