Star Wars Celebration 2010 Cube Dudes

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If you weren't fortunate enough to get a set of these at the Star Wars Celebration event in Florida last month, fear not: Brickset member JSutton with help from Brent S has reverse-engineered them and provided step-by step instructions, available exclusively here at Brickset.

You'll find them on the Cube Dudes page, along with instructions for those available from the San Diego Comic Con.

9 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Thanks for the instructions again. Just for you to know, some one on eurobricks reviewed these and also scanned the instructions, so they aren't the first ones to make instructions. Anyway, thanks for them: ).

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By in United States,

Looks cool, but I may not have the pieces ... But if I ever do, thanks to Brickset I can have my own! :)

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By in United Kingdom,

Thanks JSutton, nice job, and thanks to Brickset.

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By in Canada,

thanks Brickset my favorite charcter is boba thanks for the instrutions

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By in United States,

Any idea if these pieces can be bought separately from Lego (in particular I was thinking about all the pieces for Boba Fett). I had a look for the R2D2 Unit last weekend on the Lego Store and found most the pieces (all I think - although some colours may have been different) and costed it up around GBP12.00 mark (plus postage). FYI - I built my own R2 unit using these instructions with a mixture of colours and he actually looks fantastic....I'm not sure my son will get the pieces back!

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By in United Kingdom,

I wish I could build the Boba one.
Bit off topic but why have a load of random sets just been added to databse?

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By in United Kingdom,

I love these things, fortunately I have both sets via ebay already. Blimey, if it costs roughly £12 in parts for Boba and the other cost about the same then I feel better about the price I paid for them as it wasn't that much more than that.

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By in Canada,

Well that's a cool thing to have. I can't stand people who might want to spend a lot of money trying to get some ugly collectors item. Sorry, but I think they look very... weird.

But, I like this because it saves people a lot of money!

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By in United Kingdom,

@Ypres, to each his or her own, saying you can't stand people who want to collect this sort of stuff is a bit over the top and also a bit silly on a site that is aimed at people who collect LEGO.

Personally I love these little cube dudes and hope Angus and TLG do more collaborations in the future...and not just Star Wars.

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