LEGO's 'Largest' Ever Set Is The 9090-Piece Titanic


It’s been over 100 years since the RMS Titanic sunk in the North Atlantic, killing 1,500 people in one of the greatest civilian maritime disasters in human history. Which is enough time to have passed, LEGO figures, to release a great big toy based on the ship.


The LEGO Titanic, due for release in November, is making the most of its subject matter: The actual ship was, at the time, the largest ever built, and so too is this (according to LEGO) the “largest official LEGO set ever created.” It comes in at 9090 pieces, and measures an enormous 54" (135cm) long.


(Whether you want to argue that point is up to you, since the World Map set includes over 11,000 pieces)



While the outside of the ship is incredibly detailed—featuring little touches like a working anchor and tension lines—it’s also designed to be taken apart. Not to recreate the breaking up of the ship as it sank beneath the waves, no—that would be a bit much. Instead the point here is that you can slide the ship apart to reveal the insides.



Read the full article Kotaku

Alex is the polyglot of our team. He is passionate of crypto, investments and he's working with german and romanian communities.