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7649 MT-201 Ultra-Drill Walker
7649

Set NO.

7649

Pieces

759

Price

  • FlagUS $69.99
  • FlagDE €49.99
  • FlagUK £48.95

Ages

8-14

Released

2008

7649 MT-201 Ultra-Drill Walker is a Mars Mission set released in 2008.

Details Edit

The Ultra-Drill Walker includes a large drill mounted on the top of a base. It also has a turrent for defense. The cockpit can be removed, allowing the drill to be able to point down, as it would if it were drilling for Energy Crystals. The cockpit also includes a small ground vehicle, which can be ejected from the back. However, the set does not include enough Minifigures to pilot all the ships that come with the set. The small Alien ship is green and black and has four lasers.

The set also comes with an Alien Commander and two Astronauts.

LEGO.com Description Edit

Change modes and stomp into battle!

This powerful drilling rig may look like a simple base for mining energy crystals, but it's so much more -- when hostile aliens attack, the MT-201 Ultra Drill Walker converts into a massive 4-legged mobile tank-mech and thunders across the surface of Mars!

  • Includes 2 astronaut minifigures and alien commander!
  • Detach the high-tech observation shuttle to keep an eye out for the Alien *Commander and his strike ship!
  • Launch the missile at the alien attack ship!
  • Turn the gear to spin the drill for mining energy crystals!


Description from The LEGO Book Edit

""Another special-edition set, the MT-201 could be converted from a mining base with a powerful spinning drill into a 4-legged mech walker with a detatchable observation shuttle and a launching missile. It also came with a small enemy vehicle to fight.""  

Notes Edit

  • This set was designed by LEGO Employee Mark Stafford.
  • The Ultra-Drill Walker appeared in the 2007 LEGO online game, CrystAlien Conflict

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