Jump on the scout vehicle to catch that alien invader with this LEGO Alien Conquest Space Alien Defender (7050) set! The alien defense unit soldier is patrolling the city in his swift scout vehicle when an alien invader whizzes by on his spaced-out mini hover bike. Nab the invader with the scout vehicle's rotating anti-UFO laser and 2 flick missiles! He won't make it past the fully armed alien defense unit this time.
The LEGO Alien Conquest Space Alien Defender (7050) features:
- 2 minifigures: alien defense unit soldier and alien trooper
- 2 vehicles: mini hover bike and scout vehicle
- Scout vehicle features anti-UFO laser and 2 flick missiles
- Rotate the anti-UFO laser!
- Fire the flick missiles at the attackers!
- Scout vehicle measures 4" (10cm) long and 3" (7cm) tall
- Mini hover bike measures 2" (5cm) long
- Contains 105 pieces
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