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Other Large Brands

In this section you will find reviews of brands that are either compatible with or similar to LEGO. The rivals, so to speak. 🙂

OXFORD – Korean castles & battleships

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Today I would like to show you a few very unique sets from OXFORD that got released recently. We have talked about the OXFORD brand before and you can read my full review on it here: OXFORD – Overview. But as a summary, OXFORD is a LEGO compatible brand from South Korea that has the exact same […]

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LEGO vs. Mega Bloks – the forever debate…

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(Written by Chi-bacca) Today I would like to address a subject that often comes up in comments but we haven’t fully explored in an article as of yet. So here it goes; LEGO vs. Mega Bloks. Mega Bloks is a Canadian company, that is basically looked at as a LEGO rip-off and copycat by LEGO […]

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KRE-O CityVille Invasion – Introduction

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Although our main focus here is LEGO brand products, from time to time I like to show you other brands that are compatible with LEGO that may enhance the LEGO hobby. We regularly review LEGO customizers (these are usually small companies run by LEGO fans who make LEGO compatible accessories) and also look at larger […]

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OXFORD – Overview

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WEBSITE: OXFORD LOCATION: South Korea AVAILABLE VIA: see below PRICE: reasonable (see below) OXFORD Toys is a South-Korean company that sells building-toys similar to and fully compatible with LEGO. LEGO-fans refer to such companies as “clone-brands” and often avoid them in their own creations. However I believe that some of these brands are worth mentioning […]

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