LEGO Indiana Jones Temple Escape
Based on the latest and greatest Indiana Jones movie, LEGO Indiana Jones Temple Escape LEGO building set recreates Indy's thrilling escape from the temple with the gold idol.
Indiana Jones has come to a temple deep in the jungle in search of an ancient idol. But can he avoid the collapsing walls, shooting arrow traps, slithering snakes, spiked walls and a massive boulder rolling right for him? It's all out action, Indy style! Help Indiana Jones take the gold idol before the statue falls, get past the flick-fire arrows, swing over the pit using his whip, run from the rolling boulder and past the swinging swords to safety! Includes Indiana Jones with hat, whip and shoulder bag, Belloq, Satipo and pilot minifigures, plus 6"L plane with snake inside, just like the scene from the movie. Features and details include skull rocks, bat, spider, spiderweb, skeletons, gold coins and more. 554 pieces. Temple measures a total of 21"L.
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