Each storey of this kit is a discrete unit, removable to change the structure's height and allow figure movement inside. Being cocky from having one MDF kit under my belt already, I actually departed from the instructions for this one and assembled the storeys attached to their floors, rather than ceilings.
Apart from leaving walls around the rooms when it's opened up, this also allows assembly as a one-storey building, which isn't possible using the stock method. I'm surprised this worked, but it did.
|Not huge apartments, but big enough for some indoor drama.|
Remedied by cutting the decorative rectangles out by hand to match the others, and using it for an upper floor, but this really should be pointed out in the instructions as it's an intentional element of the design. I've contacted Multiverse about this, and it should be clarified in an update.
The end result might not get painted for a while, but here it is! Another strong initial offering from Multiverse.
|"Let's move this fight to the roof!"|
- perfect fit
- classic urban design
- large gaming space
- modular and expandable
- plain side walls when used as a stand-alone structure
- instructions need to be more detailed