Today is the third issue of this set. Today I will sort out the next set of minifigures and their combined shapes. It’s SEMBO 101113-101324 Iron Empire 8IN2 Military
Let’s take a look at the minifigures first. I’ve talked about it in the first two issues, but today I’m just looking at the effect.
The first paragraph-British Army
The second paragraph-German
The third paragraph-the Soviet Army
Paragraph 4-German Army
Section 5-German Army
Section 6-Soviet Army
Section 7-German Army
Section 8-German Army
There are a total of 8 minifigures, among which the German army has the most styles. There are 5 styles in total. The Soviet army has 2 styles and the British army has 1 style.
Line up to appreciate and appreciate
In addition to boxes, you can also buy bags in the market. The bags are cheaper.
The unpacking of the bag is all individually packed in each bag, except that there is no cardboard box, the rest is the same
There are no bright spots in the assembly process, let’s just look at the finished product
I posted some of the stickers. It would look better if you put them all on. However, since the stickers are not numbered, there is no indication in the instruction manual which small box the stickers come from, so it will take some time to find the stickers.
Since the whole set is mostly small parts, the structure is very unstable when assembling this kind of combination. It is also dazzling to find the parts. It took me a lot of time to find matching parts.
Due to the unstable structure, some details can be seen to be uneven, so be careful not to make too much effort when playing.
Coming to the tank side, the same problem as the tracked vehicle is the structure and finding parts. The interior of this tank is full of small parts, and there is no design space in the warehouse.
The ratio of the entire body to the turret is strange. Is it really the design of a car to carry a cannon? It’s not like an German road
Take a photo with two cars
This is a total of 5 sets of the many remaining parts, even if they are directly assembled in 8-in-1 form, there will still be a lot of parts left.
Single family portrait
To summarize: Having played this set may make me no longer interested in several-in-one sets. I think I still like some more detailed sets.
In fact, all-in-one is a test of the designer’s choice of materials. You should use the parts in the sub-suit as much as possible, but this set will have a lot of parts left regardless of whether you are in a split form or a combined form. Whether SET sells minifigures or broken bricks is a question mark
But I came here looking at the mass-produced minifigures, and I won’t feel a loss