Thursday, July 15, 2010

Dino Valley Tower Traps Playset

Completing the winch tower play set, comes the "Tower Traps Playset".

As seen in "Spinosaurus Camp Attack", and in that other already mentioned "rare set" the tower traps playset has an interesting conception. Being divided in different sets, this set (or the winch tower set) is missing the rope bridge. Since there´s nowhere to go, no bridge.

View of all the box contents.

Another nice set by Chap Mei. Not an overwhelming thing, but quite interesting in many aspects.

Some details on the tower. The hooks serve many purposes. Basically, whatever you wish them to serve.

More stuff for a great jungle diorama.

Enjoy the details. In this case, the pictures tell the whole story...

 The suitable purposes are endless, especially if your goal  is a jungle compound.

Accessories view, again very basic. The lamp has a great detail, however too big.

The Dinos: "Stegosaurus" and "Ankilosaurus".

The figure: This Zulu guy. The shaft is usable with joe figures. The scale is perfect. The shield... only if you want to build a tavern and have it for ceiling

A nice sculpt and overall look. Nothing fancy.

Scale shots. You can do pretty much anything with this set.

I love this detail. And the floor is filled with holes to plug parts into.

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  1. Luís "ToneGuns" GalileuSeptember 21, 2009 at 1:21 PM

    A friend of mine reviewed it at Seeing this set that and here I have the same feeling: It's a great playset!

    I can see Joes (Recondo specially), or COBRAS using it at the jungle as an outpost. Nice details all over the playset, however we can't say the same about the nice native figure. Front looking everything is perfect, but looking from the back the so hated by me lack of painting. I don't understand why. Big Builders figures are amazing detailed and painted, the native shield is painted, but his back no.

    Other than some mino details it's a great set from what I could see.

  2. Hello Hando Ferme, usually (within its own timeframe, since these are pretty "old"), in Europe.


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