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The Maze is a classic labyrinth in a modern release, made from plastic instead of living bushes due to minimised maintenance!
The Theme Park has now added a classic Maze. The theme park designers thought it would be great to have The Maze between the Ferris Wheel and the Free Fall ride. The riders of these two rides can then check out the visitors in The Maze, and see if they can find the exit.
There is a rumor going on in the land of Lego, that there will be an opening of a complete Theme Park in the near future. The rumor says it will be large, but that is probably just a rumor.
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I have always enjoyed the magic of theme parks and loved the different rides. Now I have combined this pleasure with my passion of LEGO construction in a project.
I have used microscale to reduce the number of bricks needed, and to have a greater challenge in the designing process. It is fun to build different rides with just a small amount of bricks.
All the sets are constructed on 16x16 base plates which you can snap together to create a large Theme Park. The base plates can easily be parted again and reshuffled to create a new park.
I have added a picture with Theme Park units put together, so you can see an example of a Theme Park. All parts have now been posted here so please feel free to support them all!
My earlier parts are found here:
Observation Tower (updated),
Viking ship ride,
The Dino Explorer Ride,
The Flying Carpet Ride,
River Splash Ride,
Free Fall Ride,
Samba Balloon Ride,
Princess Disco Ride,