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Delight the builders in your life with these discounted Lego Minecraft sets from Amazon (with savings up to 40%)

The marriage of Lego toys with the Minecraft brand is just perfect, as both activities encourage creativity and endless play that's perfect for kids (and kids at heart). You might've already been aware that Lego and Minecraft had teamed up for a line of themed sets - but you might not realize just how intricate some of these sets can get, with some built from 1,100+ pieces. 

If your loved ones adore building intricate buildings or silly forts in Minecraft, these Lego sets would make a great gift that can be constructed, collapsed, and rebuilt time and again - and they've gotten some serious discounts during all the Black Friday game deals (opens in new tab) that give way to a Cyber Monday blitz. Best of all, each set comes with its very own Steve minifigure, so you roleplay the building process right. 

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Lego Minecraft The Waterfall Base set is $41.99 at Amazon (save 40%) (opens in new tab)
This 729-piece set is the perfect starter kit, with the familiar green of the basic biome and little critters to play with. You can also build your own Enderman minifigure, provided it doesn't creep you out too much.

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Lego Minecraft The Farm Cottage set is $33.99 at Amazon (save $16) (opens in new tab)
A largely peaceful, 549-piece set, there's still has a bit of mischief in the Farm Cottage thanks to the inclusion of a bow-wielding Skeleton minifigure.

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Lego Minecraft The Zombie Cave set is $15.99 at Amazon (save 20%) (opens in new tab)
If you're going to simulate some Minecraft combat, you'll definitely want to pit Steve against some zombies. This set comes with three enemies for the included Steve minifigure to fight: a zombie, a baby zombie, and a bat for good measure!

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Lego Minecraft The Nether Portal set is $27.99 at Amazon (save $12) (opens in new tab)
Relive your harrowing adventures through Minecraft's endgame with this set, which includes a Steve minifigure decked out in diamond gear and a big ol' ghast that can actually launch little plastic fireballs from its mouth!

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Lego Minecraft The Ocean Monument set is $96.99 at Amazon (was $120) (opens in new tab)
This extremely complex, multifaceted set boasts 1,122 pieces in total, recreating visits to the Deep Ocean where Alex and Steve can battle fearsome Guardians (and an errant squid).

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Lego Minecraft The Nether Railway set is $19.99 at Amazon (save 33%) (opens in new tab)
Take a trip to the magma-filled depths and build your own minecart track in this treacherous set (complete with the hilariously disturbing Zombie Pigman minifigure).

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Lucas Sullivan is the former US Managing Editor of GamesRadar+. Lucas spent seven years working for GR, starting as an Associate Editor in 2012 before climbing the ranks. He left us in 2019 to pursue a career path on the other side of the fence, joining 2K Games as a Global Content Manager. Lucas doesn't get to write about games like Borderlands and Mafia anymore, but he does get to help make and market them.