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"Both Lego and MEGA Brands use injection-molded ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) plastic to manufacture their elements." -by oddTodd Jun 15 '13 TL;DR: Mega Bloks are NOT ABS. Based on oddTodd's statement alone, I went to the local resale shop and bought a few Mega Bloks for a few cents. My intention was to use the Mega Bloks as a source of colored ...


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I couldn't find anything with Google in any reasonable amount of time, but here are some things it isn't: BanBao Best-Lock Cobi K'nex Kre-O Lite Brix Mega Bloks Tyco Super Blocks Sluban Wange NanoBlocks PlayMobil Star Diamond Other than super obscure Chinese LEGO direct-steals, there aren't really any others. But here is a legitimimate idea nowadays: ...


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Your question is answerable with a yes or no, so I'm going to have to say no. The main reasons something like this doesn't really exist are likely as follows: As with some sets in LEGO, the prices for (say, Halo) are subjective and diasagreed upon. MegaBloks is fairly new, compared to LEGO, which is why you also don't see a pick-a-brick for KREO, ...


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I have built al of these sets, and I have to agree with everyone else on this one. However! If you use a couple of the moving parts, or hack with some same-scale LEGO pieces, you can buid them to transform all by yourself. The Optimus Prime set is actually potentially hackable enough to rebuild as a real transformer alone, but you won' t get it to look ...



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