- Halo Infinite inspired UNSC Mongoose vehicle building set with rolling wheels that turn with the handlebars and room for 2 figures
- 2-in-1 building toy: Choose to build the Mongoose or a scout speeder
- 4 highly collectible micro action figures, 2 UNSC Marines, an Elite Mercenary, and a Grunt Conscript, with authentic detail, 12 points of articulation, display stands and interchangeable weapon accessories
- Ideal for ages 8 and up, this building set features detailed authenticity to strengthen creative thinking skills
- 123 bricks and pieces combine with all Mega Construx building sets and are compatible with other name brands
Roll into combat – or make a daring getaway – on the UNSC Mongoose. Modeled after its appearance in Halo Infinite, this ATV features an upgraded steering system and room for 2 soldiers. Or choose to build a scout speeder to do a little recon by air. This construction set also includes 4 micro action figures that can be placed in the vehicle of your choice. Discover what lies ahead.
Ideal for Probuilders, ages 8+
What’s in the box
- 123 bricks and pieces
- 4 micro action figures
- Item #GNB40
- Building Instructions PDF
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Nice set with very useful parts, love the armor and new helmets.
I have finally been able to get my hands on this and man the build was quick but it was impressive to say the least. The marines look great and I can finally add to my growing number of banished to.
I have seen a lot of hate for the new legs, but personally I love what Mega is doing here. Finally I can have my Halo Marines on a scale with my COD figures in a way that doesn't make the Marines look like stunted freaks. The new helmet and accessory system is amazing, as is the inclusion of older Elite armor. If the Marines keep going this way, and the armor gets a little less bulky in the SPARTANS to allow for greater articulation, I'll definitely start collecting Halo again.
(This is part 2, I accidentally submitted my review too early) Apart from the tall legs, the Infinite marines are beautifully made, my favorite part about them being their removable helmets. I would get many more of them, but I'll have to keep my numbers low, given how expensive it is to convert them to a shorter height. Next, the mongoose, which I was skeptical about, given the new suspension system, I thought it would be hard to keep the vehicle level with the ground, which amazingly is not the case. The suspension by default rests straight when put on a flat surface, and if anything, the suspension makes it more fun to play with and can be posed on uneven terrain. This mongoose has a simplistic build, therefore it's easy to put together, cost effective, and still looks great. The elite and the grunt I won't go over in detail since they're very simple and we've gotten figures like them before. All I'll say is that the elite's armor is the same color as the one from the 10th Anniversary Aerial Ambush Set, and the grunt is much like the Clash On The Ring series but with a lighter skin tone. More troop building sets like these are always great to see pop up!
Excluding the Series 12 Heroes, this here is my first Halo Infinite set! I was able to get two of them as a means to kickstart my team of Halo Infinite marines. I'll have to say that they are very good, but could have been much better. Getting the elephant in the room out of the way, these figures are clearly taller than any other figure in the Halo series, and given how marines are small characters in the Halo games, it just feels downright awkward displaying them next to spartans, brutes, and covenant. What I did to solve this problem is using the light green thighs from CE marines and black boots from Halo Wars marines, which makes a much better figure. This method is very costly, so I'd REALLY like to see Mega Construx use shorter legs in the next wave, it may just be mandatory for them to do so.