There’s some really cool techniques here including some SNOT to flip the arch pieces upside down and Technic beams to hold it all together. Plus for those special sets that you can build in multiple ways, you’ll find alternative instructions for extra under the set number. We hope you find what you’re looking for, but please get in touch if you have any questions. Ambulance plane 6380 Emergency Treatment Center 1987 Medics (Three), Civilians (Two) 284 elements.
Though not shown in the pictures above, out of those doors will pop some sort of eye or laser beam or freeze ray or something. Promotional set. 7280 Straight & Crossroad Plates 2005 0 2 elements. 7281 T-Junction & Curved Road Plates 2005 0 2 elements. 7643 Air Show Plane 2009 2 minifigures 115 elements 8398 BBQ Stand 2009 1 minifigure 22 elements 8401 City Minifigure Collection 2009 4 minifigures 60 elements. The computer screen shows a view of the earth and a satellite. In front of the computer is an extendable dish antenna mounted on a 2×2 turntable, that can be collapsed to lie flat on the closed flip screen when the helicopter is transported. Set Design Now that the set is complete, we can critique how it looks from every angle. There’s three main sections — the ‘Where Are My Pants?’ film set, the board room and ‘cryo chamber,’ and the krazy glue freeze ray. The theme was preceded by Shuttle Adventure, which was released in 2010 under the Lego Exclusives line to coincide with the retirement of the Space Shuttle.
The Space Port theme took a slightly less realistic approach to set design compared to Launch command, and some sets featured special Light & Sound bricks to enhance playability. All together, I feel like the set has enough cohesion and common design aesthetics to make it work pretty well. Space Port took the Launch Command concept and expanded upon it into new areas such as astronaut training and scientific experiments. Once again the box makes it clear that this is a set from The LEGO Movie lineup.