UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set

UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set
UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set
UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set
UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set
UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set
UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set
UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set
UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set
UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set
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UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set

When I used to make Lego skyscrapers as a kid, they would usually topple around 5 feet or so, but now the lucky kids of today can reach all new heights with the cool new UberArc 3200-Piece Skyscraper Construction Set. This is a complete 3,200 interlocking piece professional construction kit for young and old architects, engineers, students and anyone else that loves to build stuff. Not only can you and your kids construct a massive 7' 10" skyscraper from real included blueprints, it also provides 8 foundation plans to show you how to create load-bearing walls, curves, arches and more so you can learn to contruct bridges and other buildings too. Your imagination is your only limit when you decide to fill up your living room with your own little snap-together civilizations.
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Features

  • 3,200 plastic parts that interlock
  • Build a 7' 10" skyscraper or countless other edifices
  • 24 pages of authentic, full-scale blueprints on 33" x 21" paper
  • Basic building techniques are provided which show you how to create load-bearing walls, curves, arches and more
  • Young architects can list their buildings on an interactive world map on the manufacturers website
  • Interlocking walls snap together without the use of glue, ensuring an entirely reusable kit
  • Ages 10 and up

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