Here’s a run-down of all the LEGO Minecraft Sets available so far and I’ll try to keep this post updated as new sets are released. Any New LEGO Minecraft Sets will always appear at the top of this list.
And although you can get most of these LEGO Minecraft Sets from the LEGO shop, you can sometimes find a better deal on Amazon, so it pays to hunt around.
LEGO Minecraft 2017 Sets – Coming Soon…
There is early information on the New LEGO Minecraft sets for Winter 2017 and there are another 6 sets you’ll want to own.
In no particular order we can expect the following LEGO Minecraft 2017 sets:
Mushroom Island – 21129
LEGO have already introduced the Mooshroom in the Crafting Box, so it’s a great idea to give it somewhere to live.
Nether Train – 21130
With “The Mine” being made obsolete so early, maybe LEGO had much grander plans for the Nether Train.
Ice Towers – 21131
This should compliment the snow biome nicely.
Jungle Temple – 21132
This is a surprise as I don’t think the Jungle Tree House has been overly popular to date. Maybe this Jungle temple will revive the jungle biome.
Witch House – 21133
This is expected to be a small set, with perhaps a witch minifig which will be nice.
Secret Waterfall Escape – 21134
This set has a lot of potential to be an awesome set, so hopefully it’s one of the larger set on offer for 2017.
I’ve done a quick review of the LEGO Minecraft 2017 sets not that we have LEGO Minecraft 2017 sets pictures. Check out the video below.
Roll on 2017… I can’t wait.
All LEGO Minecraft Sets
Here’s a video of All LEGO Minecraft Sets for you to enjoy, just in case you don’t want to read the rest 😉
NB: The Village isn’t featured in this video and will be included in the next update due in 2017.
New LEGO Minecraft Sets
The Village – 21128
The Village is the biggest LEGO Minecraft set to date, and contains over 1500 piece of Minecraft goodies. This set also introduces custom villager minifigs, which look really cool.
In the set you get:- 4 minifigs, Steve, Alex, zombie and a zombie villager, plus a Creeper, Enderman, pig, baby pig, iron golem and 2 villagers (a farmer and a librarian).
Plus you get 3 biomes, rainforest, snow and desert, and includes a watchtower, library, blacksmith, butcher and a marketplace.
It’s really the complete LEGO Minecraft set and can be configured in a number of ways for hours of gameplay.
The Most Common Piece – ???
The Fortress – 21127
This LEGO Minecraft Set looks awesome. Check out the video below to see the different configurations you can build and it include some Gold Armour for Steve and finally we have a Minecraft Horse. Giddy Up!!
The Minecraft Flags look awesome too!
Check it out…
And check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Fortress Review
LEGO Minecraft Nether Sets
The Wither – 21126
This LEGO Minecraft Nether set contains over 300 pieces, including a Wither and two Wither skeletons which are black and are rarely seen in LEGO sets.
The is plenty of TNT on hand to defeat the Wither and his hoards, but be careful you don’t blow Steve up in the process.
This set also comes with tumbling walls and a firing TNT canon, which add to your gameplay.
The Most Common Piece – Brick 2 x 2 Medium Grey Stone (10 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Wither Review
The Nether Fortress – 21122
Now, what’s a Nether without a Fortress? In this LEGO Minecraft Nether Set, you’ll find a few unique pieces such as the Fire-Shooting Ghast, Zombie Pigman and a Blaze and a Golden sword.
But don’t fear the Zombie Pigman, as Steve and Alex are equipped with their own diamond armour and weaponry.
This set includes a light up Nether Portal and a fireball shooter and lava flow gizmo.
The set is 571 pieces and is mainly made up with plenty of classic nether world colors, Oranges, Deep Reds, and Browns.
The Most Common Piece – Brick 2 x 2 Dark Red (76 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Nether Fortress Review
Lego Minecraft The End
The End Portal – 21124
Before you get to the nether you’re going to need to find the End Portal, and LEGO hasn’t disappointed with this 559 piece Minecraft set.
Now take your Eyes of Ender and activate your way into the nether.
This set comes with 2 Endermen, 1 Steve and cave spider and features a library with bookshelves, slab altar and an End portal.
But don’t look at the Endermen until you are ready to attack, and you’ll need the diamond armour and weapons included in the set for Steve to omake good during this battle.
The Most Common Piece – Brick 2 x 2 Grey Stone (10 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The End Portal Review
The Ender Dragon – 21117
But of course, before you can create the portal you’ll need to beat the Ender Dragon that hovers above the regenerative Ender Crystals. Defeat this BOSS and you’ll soon be on your way to the Nether.
This LEGO Mincraft set comes with a 3 Endermen and features a sand island, working Ender Dragon, dragon egg, light-brick Ender Crystals, and obsidian pillar elements
The Most Common Piece – Brick 2 x 2 Black (81 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Ender Dragon Review
Exploring Minecraft Biomes
The Jungle Tree House – 21125
Take a step back from all the action in this Rainforest Biome treehouse. It’s the perfect place for Steve and Alex to enjoy living in the Minecraft universe, but beware of skeletons and creepers after dark.
This LEGO Minecraft set is over 700 pieces and 2 minifigures: Steve and Alex, plus a Creeper, skeleton, ocelot and a sheep.
It’s a must have for the ocelot alone but the exploding floor and trap door make for a quick getaway in case you’re attacked.
There is plenty of accessories too including Steve’s helmet, Alex’s armored leggings, crafting table, bed, fire, bucket, cocoa pods, wheat, cookies and 4 buildable flowerpots.
This minecraft set will make a great addtiona to your collection for sure.
Most Common Piece – Brick 2×2 Reddish Brown (37 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Mincraft: The Jungle Tree House Review
The Iron Golem – 21123
This 208 piece LEGO Minecraft set was one of the earlier ones and the Iron Golem has since been included in a more recent set called ‘The Village – 21128’.
However, you still get a pumpkin head, a Steve, and a Zombie minfig so if you’re needing these pieces in your collection, then go ahead and purchase this minecraft set.
Oh, and of course you get a baby pig, but this is also available in the ‘The Village’ set.
Most Common Piece – Brick 2×2 Reddish Brown (10 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Iron Golem Review
The Desert Outpost – 21121
In this arid land biome the Desert Outpost might be you only refuge from the angry mobs.
This set has over 500 pieces and features a fortress with house and lookout tower, TNT launch and explode function, buildable boat, crafting table, door, ladder, 4 buildable torches, buildable redstone torch, buildable cactus and wheat and sugar cane elements.
Included are 2 minifigures with assorted weapons and accessories: Steve and Alex, plus a tamed wolf and 2 skeletons
The house features a removable door and roof for easy access to the interior.
Most Common Piece – Brick 2×2 Medium Stone Grey (37 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Desert Outpost Review
The Snow Hideout – 21120
In the snow biome you’ll find the perfect snow hideout, containing over 300 pieces. It’s perfect to escape the cold, but beware of the lurking creeper.
This set features a shelter with opening door, nether rack fireplace, crafting table, bucket, 2 buildable torches and snowy tree, plus transparent ice block elements and 2 brick-built coal ores.
And includes a Steve minifigure with assorted accessories, plus a Creeper with explode function and a Snow Golem with snowball-shooting function.
The Snow Golem might be your only defence from the surging mobs, so be sure to build it before night fall.
Most Common Piece – Plate 2×2 W 1 Knob, White (28 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Snow Hideout Review
The Dungeon – 21119
Sometimes the best places to find precious metals and ore is right under the nose of your most feared enemy. Enter this mob spawner dungeon at your own peril. And make sure to disable the mob spawner as quick as you can.
This is one of the cheaper LEGO Minecraft sets and has over 200 pieces and features a spawner with rotating function, secret opening wall where zombies can spring a surprise attack, chest with wheat and redstone elements, 3 buildable torches, brick-built cactus, moss stone block element and a gold ore element.
Included in the set are 3 minifigures with assorted accessories: Steve and 2 zombies.
Most Common Piece – Brick 2×2 Dark Stone Grey (16 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Dungeon Review
LEGO Minecraft The First Night
Crafting Box – 21116
To help build out your own LEGO Minecraft world, you might need a few extra pieces to help you get started. This Minecraft crafting box comes with a lot of extra pieces you can use for your LEGO Minecraft gameplay.
It includes a Steve Minifigure with an accessory, plus a skeleton and a mooshroom. And this set has plenty of other popular Minecraft colored building bricks and elements to use in your build.
With over 500 pieces in this set, you can be sure to find the right piece you’re looking for.
Most Common Piece – Brick 2×2 Reddish Brown (20 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Crafting Box Review
The First Night – 21115
The LEGO Minecraft First Night is the place we all start, and with nothing but our bare hands, we need to work quickly to gather and build enough equipment to get us through the first night.
This set contains over 400 pieces and allows you to build a crafting box, furnace and a basic stone and wood shelter. You can even craft your first bed, but since there isn’t a sheep in sight, you may also need the farm set below to add some credibility.
You get a Steve minifig, a pig and Creeper, to keep you inside at night.
Can you survive the LEGO Minecraft First Night?
Most Common Piece – Brick 2×2 Medium Stone Grey (35 pieces)
Check out the LEGO Minecraft: The First Night Review
The Farm – 21114
There are plenty of animals roaming around the Minecraft world, and they are essential for your progress in this world. Some provide food, while others provide resources.
In this set you get a Steve Minifigure with an accessory, plus a skeleton, cow and a sheep and also features a crafting table, pumpkin helmet, 2 torches, fences, waterfall, sugar cane, pre-mature and mature wheat, carrots, tree, and a treasure chest for your goodies.
With 262 pieces you’ll be able to start your own farm and breed the animals you need to survive.
The Most Common Piece – Bracelet Upper Part Reddish Bown (20 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Farm Review
The Cave – 21113
I’ve included the cave in the First Night section as you’ll need stone for building and coal to help light the way. There are plenty of resources in this set but make sure you light the way forward or you might find yourself face-to-face with an angry Zombie or Spider.
Be careful when exploring the cave, just take what you need an never hang around after dark.
This set contains 249 pieces and features a waterfall, lavafall, coal, iron, redstone, gold, and obsidian elements, plus TNT, torch and a ladder.
Most Common Piece – Brick 2×2 Stone Grey (43 pieces)
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Cave Review
Discontinued LEGO Minecraft Sets
The Mine – 21118
The mine was released in the first wave of Minecraft sets and contained over 900 pieces, making it the largest minecraft lego set they had released.
This set included a Steve minifigure with weapons and accessories, plus Creeper, zombie, skeleton and a spider. And it featured a huge minecart track, minecart, chest, TNT, rock face with explosion function, diamond, redstone and coal elements, torches and 2 trees.
Check out the full LEGO Minecraft: The Mine Review
It’s a pity they discontinued the set because it offers a lot of unique gameplay.
But given there really aren’t any unique pieces exclusive to this set, you should be able to re-create this set with pieces from other sets in the LEGO Minecraft series. And you can get the build manual here.
However, although it’s not available at the LEGO shop you can still pick up a bargain on eBay or Amazon.
So there you have it all the LEGO Minecraft Sets that have been produced so far.
D0 you have any of this Minecraft LEGO?
But be sure to grab the LEGO Minecraft Sets you need to complete your collection before LEGO makes them obsolete.
Have Fun and Good Luck 🙂
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