Synonyms for minifigure or Related words with minifigure

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Examples of "minifigure"
In early 2010, Lego released Woody and Buzz to the Rescue, a playset including a pull-back RC the car, Woody minifigure, and Buzz minifigure with a removable rocket attached to his back.
The book came with an Exclusive 'Celebration Luke' minifigure based on his appearance in the closing scene of . However, the minifigure was removed for the books smaller paperback re-release.
In 2013 Lego introduced a Shakespeare minifigure, which is based mostly on the Droeshout portrait.
Ninjago Activity Books are books that feature activities, comics, and stories as well as a minifigure.
Watto is also available to purchase as a Lego minifigure, under the Lego Star Wars line.
An Ego Leonard minifigure washed up on Yugaihama beach in Kamakura, Japan, on December 5, 2014.
There is also an exclusive Minifigure that comes with the Lego Minifigures Character Encyclopedia:
He was made as a Lego minifigure in November 2011, with 4184 Black Pearl.
In Game, a US and UK video game store, the case contained a "limited edition" Jay minifigure.
Supergirl appears as a playable character in "Lego Dimensions" via a limited-distribution minifigure, with Kari Wahlgren reprising her role.
Ghost figures have a full-body cape which attaches to the head of the minifigure, and solid brick-like legs
The LEGO Disney Minifigure Series (set number: 71012) was released 1 May 2016. The figures is this series consists of:
Only four sets based on the fourth film were released. The Harry Potter minifigure headpiece was redesigned in this series.
A variety of clothing and accessories has been produced for minifigures, including caps, hats, and helmets. In Lego Star Wars sets, Clone Troopers and Stormtroopers have uniquely sculpted helmets, adapting the original character designs to the minifigure format. Exo-Force minifigures feature anime-style hair, as does the Nightwing minifigure from the Batman Arkham Asylum set.
An Ego Leonard minifigure was found floating on the river Danube in the City of Linz, on June 2, 2015. It has been placed on the lawn in front of the concert hall Brucknerhaus. According to the "Oberösterreichische Nachrichten", this giant Lego minifigure "schwamm auf der Donau" to participate in an Arts Festival in Linz.
In July 2008, with the support of LEGO and Lego master building Gary Mcintyrne, Sternberg designed a shop-in-shop at Opening Ceremony’s Los Angeles store. The room is made entirely out of Lego pieces. For the 30th anniversary of the Lego minifigure Sternberg designed a minifigure in his own likeness.
Within the Lego board games theme, the Lego microfigures were released. For that name, they are about half the size of the regular Lego minifigure. The microfigures have a fixed head, small, non-movable legs which somewhat resemble normal minifigure legs, and a hint of shoulders for arms. The microfigures have found their way into commercially available sets such as 10253 Big Ben.
Set in the fictional "Legoland" universe, the single-player mode follows various minifigure characters competing in a racing competition created by a fictional racing champion called Rocket Racer. Players control a minifigure, allowing them to drive a variety of cars built out of Lego and race them against other minifigure characters. Items can be used by the player to hinder other racers' progress, and the player can create their own cars and characters with unlocked Lego bricks and use them to race. A local multiplayer mode also allows multiple players to race against each other.
Minifigure heads are cylindrical, and attach to a long, narrow cylinder molded onto the top of the torso, which allows the head to rotate. This feature also allows items to be attached to the figures over the torso, such as air tanks, capes or breastplates. The heads have a stud on top which is the same size as studs on standard Lego bricks which could allow one to be placed on it. The head is the only component of the minifigure which can be used for other applications - blank minifigure heads have often been used in Lego sets to replicate other objects such as lampshades and electrical appliances.
Hagrid, the half-giant character from the Harry Potter series, uses a larger minifigure body, with only the head being separable.