10. Scooby-Doo! Team Pack
The Scooby-Doo! Team Pack (about $27) would not be complete without a Shaggy and his furry best friend. Scooby has several special skills, including tracking, digging, diving and stealth. His snack can also be rebuilt to give characters invisibility and fire-breathing capabilities.
- Comes with the mystery machine
- Adds a comedic element to game
- Shaggy has no unique abilities
9. Back to the Future
Adult players with a nostalgia for the 1950s can go Back to the Future (around $18) in the amazing DeLorean time machine. This pack has two vehicles, the DeLorean and the Hoverboard, and both can be rebuilt into two other gadgets. Marty McFly comes with his classic guitar.
- Special sonar smash ability
- Less story detail than other packs
- Level it unlocks is very short
8. Warner Home Video Bundle
Gamers seeking to expand their Dimensions collection on a budget will love the Warner Home Video Bundle (appx. $29). This value pack offers an incredible bang for your buck with five different add-ons, including four individual DC comics plus a bonus surprise.
- Works on any console
- Wonder woman includes invisible jet
- 12 figurines total
7. Harry Potter Team
The Harry Potter Team (around $31) is sure to be on every gamer’s list and comes with 2 figures and 2 vehicles. Collectors will love the level of detail on the boy wizard all the way down to the iconic scar, but it’s a bit odd that Voldemort is shorter than Harry.
- Both characters can fly
- Each wizard has a wand
- Enchanted car and hogwarts express
6. Portal 2 Level Pack
The puzzle-solving action of the Portal 2 Level Pack (about $9) meshes well with the overall storyline of the game. Portal enthusiasts will enjoying playing Chell, the silent Portal 2 protagonist. She comes with a handy portal gun and a useful acrobatic ability.
- Characters can ride in sentry turret
- Explore aperture science labs
- Portal gun is flimsy soft plastic
5. Ghostbusters Story Pack
When playing the Ghostbusters Story Pack (around $20) you can customize the toy pad with the Zhu’s Chinese restaurant gateway. You’ll get to relive all the action from the movie and gain an exclusive battle arena. It also comes with Abby Yates and the Ecto-1 vehicle.
- Unlocks 4-player battling
- 6 different levels of play
- Based on new movie not the original
4. Unikitty Fun
Fans of the Lego Movie will enjoy adding the Unikitty Fun (appx. $14) to their collection. This half unicorn, half anime kitten will add an element of joy to your game when she passes gas in the form of a rainbow. She can also fly and find hidden treasures.
- Adorable cloud cuckoo car
- Required to solve rainbow puzzles
- Head falls off easily
3. Doctor Who Level
For anyone who has ever wanted to see the Doctor and Gandalf work some magic together, the Doctor Who Level (appx. $29) is the perfect add-on. While the Doctor interacts with some of your other favorite heroes, you can rebuild the Tardis into laser-pulse and energy-burst modes.
- Popular pooch k-9 included
- All 12 doctors appear in game
- Hacking and technology skills
2. Fantastic Beasts Story
If your child can’t get enough of Harry Potter, the Fantastic Beasts Story (around $20) offers a complete wizarding world. When you build the MACUSA gateway, you can use it on the toy pad to unlock a whole new experience. It comes with Newt Scamander and Niffler.
- Based on the popular prequel movie
- Uses a variety of spells
- Realistic character voices
1. Starter Pack
The Starter Pack (appx. $63) has everything you need to embark on the creative Lego journey. You’ll need this set in order to use any of the add-on story, level and team packs you can buy out there. Be sure to buy the version that fits with your preferred gaming platform.
- Toy pad accommodates 7 figurines
- Can be played without any add-ons
- 14 adventure worlds to unlock