LEGO’s Star Wars Droid Commander Is The Coding Set You’re Looking For

May 6, 2019

Category: Tech

Star Wars and LEGO team up for a project that will help you live out one of your childhood dreams from a galaxy far away. The LEGO BOOST Star Wars Droid Commander Set will allow you to build and code three iconic droids from the legendary film series.

Apply your creativity and coding skills to construct three droids: R2-D2, the Gonk Droid, and the Mouse Droid. Use the skills of a Jedi Master to create your own stories and program the droids to carry out over 40 different missions. These are definitely the droids you are looking for, as they’re engineered to replicate the movements and sounds of their on-screen counterparts for an authentic Star Wars experience. Unsurprisingly, R2-D2 stands out from the trio with the ability to receive and decode messages. You’ll be able to get your hands on this Star Wars 1,177-piece set on September 1 for $200.

Purchase: $200

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