Latest Issue, Nov 19 (61) On sale 24th Oct


WHEN WE FIRST went hands-on with

Hidden Side earlier this year, I was

hesitant. We’ve seen plenty of digital

experiments come out of Billund over the past

few years, but nothing seems to have stuck. After

building and testing every launch wave set for this

issue’s packed review section, I’m happy to hold

my hands up and admit I was wrong.

As you’ll quickly discover from page 36 onwards,

there’s a lot to love about these supernatural

sets – whether you dive into the ’hidden side’ of

them or not. While the spooky in-house theme

has taken pride of place on our cover, courtesy of

some amazing work by photographer Phil, it’s only

the tip of the iceberg in another issue packed with


If you’re curious about Technic’s latest game-changing

control system, you'll want to flip to

page 30. Or if retro bricks are more your bag, skip

to page 92, where our brand new Blockstalgia

section kicks off with Rock Raiders – a theme that

shares its birthday with LEGO Star Wars. Or, if

you’re looking for something you won’t find on

store shelves, expert builder Jme has you covered

with some astonishing videogame recreations from

page 66. Happy reading.


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