LEGO Galaxy Squad Space Swarmer


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The evil alien buggoid is buzzing around in his Space Swarmer. Don't let him capture the Galaxy Squad robot sidekick with the ship’s grabber mouth! Help him to blast away from the buggoid's sonic gun with his jet pack! Get to safety, then aim and fire the blasters to stop that swarming space critter! Includes 2 minifigures with weapons: alien buggoid and robot sidekick with a jet pack.

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Dimensions:5.5" H × 1.8" W × 6.2" LShipping weight:0.25 lbs.UPC:673419191357

Appropriate for ages: 7 - 14

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Customer Reviews of LEGO Galaxy Squad Space Swarmer


Rated 5 out of 5 by from This space is swarming with a review This is my review of the space swarmer galaxy squad set. The alien bug is a very nice figure, the mold is nice and something about the head is so freaky just gives me chills which i like. Generic space gun is generic. Good figure overall. next is the robot sidekick for blue team. His build looks more like a quick type of robot than a bulky robot which i like its nice to mix it up. I love the double barreled rocket launcher which fits his build nicely. i was excited to see the jetpack but overall I'm disappointed i hate the idea of using guns as thruster packs on a jetpack, but other than that its really nice. The alien bug crawler is nice its legs that are slightly curled look good it ives it a very bug like look. iIs pinchers are very good. overall good cheap set that is definitely worth buying.
Date published: 2014-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Price for a Great Product! This set is great. If you want to buy a Galaxy squad set this is the one to buy. It is inexpensive but is a great set. The robot fig is nicely detailed . The headpiece nicely detailed with a great design. The torso is also nice and the jet pack is a good little detail. The alien also has a great headpiece. LEGO has really outdone themselves with that headpiece. The thing that the alien rides in is sweet. It only has printed pieces so there are no stickers [I hate stickers]. It has a nice design in the ''cockpit'' and the mouth is really nice. Sometimes the legs are not that stable but it is an easy fix. All in all this is a great LEGO set.
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE BEST OF THE BEST This is one the best of the cheaper sets I have seen so far, although every set has it ups downs. Before I get to the pros and cons, I just want to say that it would be better if this set came with one more minifig, preferably Solomon Blaze. Pros: Buggoid design g-squad drone Cons: Lack of minifigures The legs don't support the set very well Overall I give this set a 10/10
Date published: 2013-11-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from i guess this was a good set. what can you expect with a set that only has 86 pieces. the minifigures were cool. the blue teams robot was very cool. the set is a bit over priced for the quality of the set. mostly, i think this set just kinda completes your galaxy squad collection. now for pros and cons. pros cool minifigures cons to expensive
Date published: 2013-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One Of The Best Sets I Own This little set is amazing! The guys are both really detailed. The Space Swarmer is very sturdy and looks like a pesky fly! The legs are a little week, but that dose not matter that much. The wings are really cool too. It even has a printed computer! The set actually dose not even have any stickers. The Minifigs: The minifigs are both nice as I stated before. The one thing I don't like is the robots jet pack. The robot him self is nice though. I really like the head molds for both the minifigs. The alien is the reason why I got the set in the first place. Overall I give this set 10/10 stars.
Date published: 2013-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Small Set This is my very first review of any of the GS sets :) This set was actually the first I bought, because of the neat price (10 euro's) I like the parts of this set alot, the blue robot sidekick is very cool and detailed, you can detach the jetpack and give him 2 shotgun-pistols or just his rocketlauncher (which is actually pretty cool) to shoot down the Space Swarmer! the alien minifig is also a good addition to your bug army and to have some of these swarmers in your vehicle inventory is never a bad idea! overall: really nice set, which is cheap and great addition to the blue team and your alien collection!
Date published: 2013-08-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A small set. Well, it is the smallest of the Galaxy Squad sets so I don't think too much can be expected of it. It is a tad expensive as well for what you get as there are not many bits. However it gives you all the basic alien parts and two mini figures. I also get the distinct feeling that this set was designed as part of the blue squad flyer set and then hived off to make it self a small set of its own. The reason I say this is that you only get the blue robot and not actually any human mini figure. I notice that in other larger sets you often get a human, a robot and an alien. This set does fit well with the blue squad fighter aircraft though and the two of them together would be about the right price I guess. One thing In its favor is that it the alien ship bits can easily be used for MOCs. I have bought four of these little sets and built two larger alien craft both the same using the parts from these sets with little left over so for people who like to make their own stuff these are great especially if you have two of them. Not to mention that gives you extra aliens and robots for those infantry men/aliens that so far we do not have. Pros. Easy to build. Great selection of alien bits for MOCs. Cons. A bit expensive considering the part count. You really need the blue squad fighter plane to make a set of adversary and friendly forces.
Date published: 2013-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Small Set This is a great set. I really like the Buggoid and I am glad that it comes in the smallest set. I wish it was a little cheaper as it only has 86 pieces. Anyway here are the Pros and Cons Pros It has a Buggoid. The feet hold it up. The cool grabber mouth thing. Cons. Price only four legs instead of six.
Date published: 2013-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good set to go with other sets This is a pretty good set, but i think that the alien vehicle itself needs some kind of ranged weapon like flick missiles. The mini-figures in this set are great, the Robot sidekick is a great mini-fig the head is really cool and the buggiod also has a really cool head piece. The set is really compatible with other sets. the play-ability is great, its is a good set to buy if you like Lego galaxy squad, or even if you don't!
Date published: 2013-06-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Expensive Well, although the robot is awesome, and so is the alien, the highlight, the ship, is too small for the price. $10 at most, it should be. But, it does go along well with the other blue space ship, and almost any other space et of G. S.
Date published: 2013-06-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An Interesting Set... I got this set for my Birthday as my first Galaxy Patrol set and it was quite fun to see! I love the little blue robot and the weird bug-alien. So far I haven't used any of the Minifigure in any LEGO Showcase pictures I have posted but I intend in the future to do so. Pros. The Swarmer is neat The inside control panel The Blue Robot The Bug Cons. Nothing really Overall a great set!
Date published: 2013-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Space Swarmer Hello everyone, and welcome to my fourth Galaxy Squad review! This set has had mixed ratings, especially due to some of the parts of the set, but hear me now - the set is pretty decent. The figures are both very good. I really bought this set just so I had every GS team complete, as this one includes the Blue Sidekick, who also appears in the Star Slicer, and the upcoming Galactic Titan. He has an awesome bazooka gun, and a great jet-pack. I really like how all the GSrobot heads are different molds, and how they shaped them. The other figure is fine, but I already have one of him, but it makes it fair with the amount of Mosquitoids I have. The space swarmer seems to be modelled of a fly, though it only has two legs on each side - if I recall correctly, flies have 6 legs, well on Earth they do ;) I feel some parts of the set are perhaps "incomplete". It has 83 pieces or so, but it feels like they probably could've fixed it up, to make both the piece count, and design looks better. The sucker-mouth is the main feature, and it's pretty good, no complaints here. Overall: Decent set, ideal for those who want a sniff of what this theme is like, though maybe the bug-choice has given people bad views on this - like I said, this set feels incomplete. Overall: 4/5 Minifigures: 4.5/5 Design: 3/5 Price: 4/5 Value for Money: 4/5 So 19/25. Anyway, decent set, buy it if you just want a set out of the line. Cya next-time -CM1
Date published: 2013-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Way cooler than everybody else says! Many people think this set is weak. So did I, got it mostly for the robot sidekick and to have some more vehicles for the buggoids. It ended up being amazing. The minifigures: - The blue team robot sidekick has a great design, high-tech jetpack and cool looking, sci-fi sniper rifle - The buggoid looks scary with his great headpiece The build: Great fun, because you build the swarmer in sections that you put together. The sides are built completely using sideways building. (and people complain the wings come falling off, but I'm not really sure what they're talking about there) The design: It end up looking awesome. Even though it's tiny, it's still looks really fierce with the spiky legs and devouring mouth. (The piece on the mouth is printed) The cockpit and wings look awesome in their respective lime green and red transparent colors. (The cockpit also has a very nice sticker panel!) As well as wings, the swarmer also has a small engine in the back for space travel. The vehicle can't stand really well on its feet, unless you pose them to point beneath the body. The functions: The legs are poseable. So are the wings, and what's cool, is that they can be folded in against the body when not in use. The mouth has moving teeth, and the whole jaw can rotate around, to really look eerie. In addition, the canopy bubble opens to make seat for the buggoid, meanwhile, his gun can be safely attached in the back. Summary: Pros: - Fun build - Fierce looking - Lots of cool poseability - Sturdy Cons: - Maybe it could have had some flick missiles? Great set, despite what all the other guys are saying, would recommend it if you want a cool addition to your buggoid army. TheMagneth out!
Date published: 2013-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good set, in a good line If this new theem intrests you, I suggest you buy it, you won't be dissapointed. The ship is a nice ship although it is shorter than I expected, I wish it had a cannon for better defense of the ship, the alien is very neat, although I really don't know what insect it is. The robots head is a mold, he has a interesting weapon and good detail. This is probabley a good set to buy if your into the theme and I reccomend it to a friend.
Date published: 2013-03-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bhhhhzzzzzzzzzzz This is a great set. It is my third galaxy squad set and i love it a ton. I like the mouth and the overall look of the set. One thing i don't like about it though is that the legs are that sturdy and sometimes collapse under the weight of the bug otherwise a great set. Pros Awesome figs Cool ship Nice weapons Cons I wish they had two more legs otherwise great set and i hope i will get all the sets it this theme!
Date published: 2013-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great price, cool figures This set is fantastic for not only the reason that it is inexpensive, but the aspect of creativity. These sets are highly collectible. Now for the pros and cons Pros: Cool figures, nice build on vehicle. Sturdy overall design. The blue team bot figure is cool and easy to assemble. All weapons and accesories are worth getting. Cons: Slightly overpriced, but it is a great set so it isnt really a problem.
Date published: 2013-03-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from awsome bug This is an overall good set. The minifigs are awsome, I just wish it comes with the bug with wings. The only other con I can think of is that the legs often collapse when you stand it up. Overall a good set.
Date published: 2013-02-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from size dosen't mean everything Well lets start with the figs. I love the robot and the alien is nice too. (but I can't tell if it's a cacadia or betle) The ship is ok but it should have a cannon. pros minifigs ship design cons ship should have a cannon
Date published: 2013-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Reminds me of Insectoids This theme is very reminiscent of the Lego Insectoids of the 90s. I have to say that this set is really fun. If anyone is wondering, I believe that the bug ship is based on the cicada due to its pink eyes and bright green wings and a piercing suction-cup-like mouth. The minifigs are pretty decent. Back in the days of Insectoids the robots worked with the alien bugs now it seems that they are at war from what I can tell. I also wish that the cicada ship had one more pair of legs to make a total of 6 legs thus making it a truer rendition of an insect. The extra pair of legs might counteract the stability issues that many other reviewers have been mentioning. I have not experienced such issues with the one I built. The highlight of this set and whole series for me thus far has to be the reintroduction of transparent, neon-green pieces.
Date published: 2013-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good set this set is good. pros amazing minifigures nice jetpack cool ship cons none this set is great
Date published: 2013-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good set for size Hello all lego collecters im here with another review on the new galaxy squad space swarmer.I got this set at the lego store becuase on awsome new lego space theme and the new minifingures! I love the new robot figure. Pros New robot figure New bug figure Cons None Great set
Date published: 2013-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good set My son likes this set, but he thinks it needs more stability. The little claws on the set hardly hold it up. He likes it, but wonders what insect it is. He likes the robot guy minifig and the insect minifig.
Date published: 2012-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from small but fun! very robot head.pros: fun robot, alien, pieces, good price cons: small
Date published: 2012-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from buzz I enjoyed this set, it puts futuristic looking robots against a highly intelligent race of insectoid creatures. I think this set was a good choice for my christmas wish list. Pros. >cool robot >cool alien >both have unique heads >awesome jetpack thing >the spaceship looks like a fly Cons > the robot's head looks a little strange > The legs on the ship don't support it very well Overall i found this set amazing
Date published: 2012-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from another purchase i loved it and could'nt stop playing with it also the robot with his weapon
Date published: 2012-12-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lego Galaxy squad This set is quite a neat one to say the least. The alien buggoid ship is fantastic! It looks alive. The alien inside is wondrous. One of the better minifigs. The robot is very ugly. Dreadful, to say the least. He looks disfigured and messed up. he takes away from the value of this set. If you want a good bot, get the Wasp stinger thingy.
Date published: 2012-12-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice New Set Positive Aspects: +Both minifigures have custom head molds, both of which are well-done in terms of coloration and design. The Alien's head mold in particular is quite impressive, as it comes off as both menacing and imposing. The robot's head mold is also fairly impressive, and is sufficiently different from a normal "human" LEGO figure while still obviously being designed to imitate one. This is a nice deviation from things like the "Evil Robot" minifigure which sport the old bucket-headed robot look. +Ship design is fairly stable and aesthetically pleasing. The ability to be able to rotate and pose the wings as you want is a nice touch, so you can fold them in while it is landing and expand them while it is flying around. The "Jaw" on the front of the ship is also impressive, and allows one to use the ship itself as a weapon or an ally to the alien. +The robot's weapon is a nice augmentation of a very old blaster(Technically referred to as a Camera) piece, and looks more like a rocket launcher after it is completed. The jetpack on the robot is also well-designed and looks especially cool from the front. Additionally, it provides alternative weaponry for him to use. Room for Improvement: -The Alien's sidearm is the generic "Alien Blaster" that LEGO has been using for alien's recently. Although it was expected, it gives the Alien a bit of a less serious retro-futuristic look to him that detracts from his otherwise imposing nature. -The side panels that hold on the wings have a lack of reinforcement at the back that could easily be solved with a [Brick W. Arch 1X1x1 1/3]* or similar piece and an appropriately-colored 1x1 plate. *Check the Pick a Brick section for a view of the piece. -The mini antenna on the back of the robot's jetpack makes it feel a bit too bulky, as with it the whole apparatus extends about two body thicknesses behind him. -The legs, although very nice looking and creative, are very flimsy. They also cannot hold up the weight of the ship very well unless carefully posed.
Date published: 2012-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything About This Set is Cool. Picked this and 70701 up at the Lego Store, was the first time I'd seen anything from this theme. My 5yo had no trouble putting this together on his own, and has spent the rest of the morning pitting the bug vs. the robot. Some random thoughts: The Space Swarmer vehicle is really cool, is set up to fly in space and walk on land, with a large, scary mouth that threatens to eat any poor spaceman who gets too close. I could see where having two or more of these would be a good thing. The blue robot is pretty cool, is the first time I have seen a minifig-style robot that wasn't a mask over a traditional minifig head. The alien is similar in style to some of the snakes from Ninjago, with an overhang from its head down over its back, but is sufficiently scary-looking for an alien. The build was not too challenging, and for the most part is sturdy but the sides (that hold the wings) come off a little easier than I would like. I like the pre-printed control-panel and the alien 'mouth' on the spaceship.
Date published: 2012-12-02