My first review of my first Scooby-Doo set. So let's jus start at the beginning with the basic info about this fun set.
- Name of the Set: Mystery Plane Adventures
- Set Item: 75901
- Ages: 5-12
- Pieces: 128
Drop hamburgers on the Headless Horseman and reveal his true identity!
Chase the Headless Horseman with Shaggy and Scooby-Doo and reclaim the stolen golden cup! Search for clues and take off in the plane… but does Shaggy even know how to fly a plane? Too late to worry about that now! Leave Scooby sitting in the cockpit and swing down on the chain with Shaggy to try and grab the precious cup. Fire the hamburger flick missiles to knock the Headless Horseman off his horse. Then rip off the pumpkin-head disguise to reveal the villain’s true identity! Includes 2 minifigures with a weapon and assorted accessory elements: Shaggy, Headless Horseman/Elwood Crane, plus Scooby-Doo (sitting version).
- Includes 2 minifigures with a weapon and assorted accessory elements: Shaggy, Headless Horseman/Elwood Crane, plus Scooby-Doo (sitting version)
- Mystery Plane features a cockpit for Shaggy and Scooby-Doo, hamburger-drop function, 2 brick-built hamburger bombs, chain with handle, rotating propeller and landing wheels
- Also includes a horse
- Includes Headless Horseman’s sword
- Accessory elements include Headless Horseman’s pumpkin head (new for fall 2015) and cape, special brick with a mystery clue and a golden cup
- Scooby-Doo comes with flight goggles decoration
- Drop hamburger bombs from the plane!
- Swing down from the plane on the chain with Shaggy!
- Unmask the Headless Horseman!
- Mystery Plane measures over 2” (6cm) high, 6” (17cm) long and 6” (16cm) wide
The box contains 2 bags, a booklet and stickers.
BAG 1 contains the basic parts for the plane and already the Horse, Scooby-Doo and Headless Horseman/Elwood Crane with his cape.
BAG 2 contains Shagg, finishing parts for the plane and burgers!
It's a real fun set for all ages really. And a very easy step by step build to follow.
Personally I don't really like stickers in sets. I would prefer printed bricks. But all in all these were okay to stick on the bricks. And if you really want you can just leave the bricks as they are.
With it's 128 bricks, it's a very fast build but the minifigures are really fun and the plane itself looks great too.
It's probably not the best set out of the 6 released Scooby-Doo sets but perfect play for kids.