The Best Minecraft Toy Sets For Players Of The Game

Minecraft toys are still incredibly popular. Despite the game being out for many years, there are still lots of avid Minecraft players, and your child will love these.  With the Xbox One supporting Minecraft story mode and other features, it’s no wonder why kids love Minecraft! Here are the best Minecraft toy sets for those who love to play the game.  

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Anatomy Of A Creeper Figure

The creepers are known for exploding and destroying your structures, and your child probably hates it when they hear that hiss. But, with this Minecraft toy, you’ll be able to look into the creeper’s skeleton and see the TNT that’s there.  The TNT is actually built up of four parts of sand, and five parts of the gunpowder that makes it go off. Your child can explore just what the creeper is made of, and with the detachable mandible, it shows all of the appendages. It even has a spinal cord that you can pull in order to detonate and destroy the Minecraft skeleton. If your child loves creepers, this might be a good toy set that takes it a step further from the plushes that are sold by many of the other toy companies.

Lego Minecraft The Village

Does your child love legos well, why not fuel both their lego and their Minecraft obsession with this set? This one includes Alex, Steve, a zombie villager, and a zombie, the Enderman, creeper, two pigs, two normal villages, and an iron golem.  This one is cool because it’s a mix of snow, rainforest, and desert locations, and it does include a lot of cool locations including a watchtower, blacksmith, library, and a marketplace, and it even comes with a crafting table with various little ways for your child to craft items for Steve and Alex.  It even comes with water and torches that are transparent. Ti is a bit more expensive than a lot of the other lego sets out there, but it does make a difference especially if your child loves Minecraft and wants something a bit different.

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Diamond Steve Action Figure

Does your child love Steve from Minecraft? Well, why not get them a figure that comes with everything that’s needed for their Minecraft adventures? This one is built with moving legs, arms, waist, and even a head, and the armor on this is vibrant and made with a durable material. It does come with body parts that can be swapped out for a lot of other characters, and diamond Steve comes with cool diamond armor that your child can use to protect your avatar against these nasty creatures in the Minecraft world. While you do receive only one character with this, it’s Steve who is the main guy, so it’s something that children will love, and if they do love imaginative play, and Minecraft, this is an investment that children will love, and one that can be a lot of fun for them to enjoy over time.

Lego Minecraft The fortress

Now, if you’re looking for a lego set for the kids that’s under 100 bucks, this is a good one.  This is a good one if you don’t want to get the village set since it is pricey, and it comes with a lot of cool features, including gold armored Steve, a horse with a bale of hay, sheep, skeletons, and different weapons. This fortress is fun to build, and it comes with a lot of towers, some pressure plate doors that you can put together and activate, a prison, some windows, and even farm and water areas, and there are a ton of accessories that are there. The cool thing about lego sets, si that they can have fun not just playing with it, but also building it as well, and it’s a more realistically-priced set of legos for kids and may be the perfect gift for a child that does have a Minecraft obsession that you want to cater to.

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Lego Crafting Kit

Then we have this one, which is a crafting box set, and it is under fifty bucks, so where s the problem.  Like these other sets, it contains Steve only, but it also comes with a skeleton with a mooshroom, along with a lot of other crafting tools that can be anything from Redstone to lapis lazuli, to even an oven, plants, and torches. Basically, this is actually a great kit to go with the other sets here, and it even comes with a handy little Minecraft poster for children to use to help them build what they want.

Lego Minecraft The Cave

Finally, if you’re a parent on a budget trying to buy for your child, then get them a lego cave Minecraft set.  This one as well contains Steve, but this time with a spider and a zombie. If you’re familiar with the caves in the game, this is what it’s based off of, so you get a lot of lave, some cool foam, and even iron, coal, and some gold that you can find.  It comes with tools that Steve can use including a pail, bread, and a torch with a ladder. This can be mixed with other sets, so if you do buy your child the tower set, for example, you can combine the cave set and create a cool underground cave full of lava pits and trap doors to really bring the idea of this to life.  It’s perfect for children that love legos, and who also love imaginative play.

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These sets are fun for kids, and if your child is a big Minecraft player, then get them off the screen with these fun sets. they’re usually simple for them to put together, and they’re made for children ages 8 and up mostly, and it can be a great addition for many parents to try out, and it can help them build and rebuild some of the coolest structures that kids see in the game.

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