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    Discuss This Story Hot Bionicle NewsThursday, March 12th, 2020 at 9:11pm by Andrew, BZPower News Manager

    So much Toy Fair, so little time! Today we're taking a look at the LEGO Creator sets, all of which have instructions for three models to help inspire you to build your own awesome creations. It's always impressive to see the models that the designers come up with that can be built with the same collection of parts, and this year is no different. From planes and cars to creatures and shops, there's a little bit of everything. Let's check them out!

    Creator

    TF20_Creator_01

    31099 Propeller Plane

    TF20_Creator_06

    128 Pieces. 6+
    $9.99
    Available in January

    31100 Sports Car

    TF20_Creator_04

    134 Pieces. 6+
    $9.99
    Available in January

    31101 Monster Truck

    TF20_Creator_03

    163 Pieces. 7+
    $14.99
    Available in January

    31102 Fire Dragon

    TF20_Creator_02

    234 Pieces. 7+
    $19.99
    Available in January

    31103 Rocket Truck

    TF20_Creator_05

    198 Pieces. 7+
    $19.99
    Available in January

    31104 Monster Burger Truck

    TF20_Creator_07 TF20_Creator_08 TF20_Creator_09 TF20_Creator_10

    499 Pieces. 8+
    $49.99
    Available in January

    31105 Townhouse Toy Store

    TF20_Creator_11 TF20_Creator_12 TF20_Creator_13 TF20_Creator_14

    554 Pieces. 8+
    $39.99
    Available in January

    It may be cheating to say because it's the biggest, but my favorite set from the bunch is the Monster Burger Truck. If you told me it was based on a real food truck in Portland I would totally believe you and totally want to stop there the next time I visited. They're all cool models though, and almost always a great value from both a parts and play perspective. Don't forget to check out the rest of our Toy Fair 2020 coverage on this handy landing page. See you next time!

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