Kids will be ready for launch time with this playset! | Source: Luki Lab/The Toy Insider

This construction and building playset from Luki Lab is out of this world!

The latest in the Pinxies product line is the Pinxies Star Wish Tower, which lets kids rocket their imaginations into space by helping the character Koral on her quest to find a fallen star.

This STEM-authenticated set features highly detailed graphic paperboard panels and colorful plastic building links in a blue, purple, and yellow color scheme that invokes the feeling of outer space. The set includes other characters and sticker sheets to personalize the play possibilities — and there are more than 150 pieces that kids can use to build up their tower and create their own stories.

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Out of the box, kids can work on building and fine motor skills as they assemble the tower. The panels are pliable, and kids build with the connectors by sliding them onto the panels. While the set is for kids ages 6 and up, younger builders may need some parental guidance.

Once they have built their tower, they can bolster their storytelling skills by developing imaginative tales and adventures around the included characters. If kids have other Pinxies sets, they can interchange the pieces and make a custom build that defies imagination gravity!

If kids don’t have another Pinxies set to mix and match with, they can use the pretty panels in other ways. For example, they can use the pieces with other building playsets or trace the panels and make their own designs on a separate piece of heavy card stock paper.

This big and beautifully colored set is also great for a space-themed party or bedroom decor, whether it’s nestled on a bookcase or the centerpiece of the room. All in all, grownups won’t be ‘starry’ gifting this set to an inspiring stargazer!

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Bill Reese

Bill Reese

Bill Reese is Business Operations Manager at Adventure Media & Events, where he's worked since 2014. A former editor at Playbill and graduate of SUNY–Purchase, he spends most weekends rooting for the New York Red Bulls pro soccer team and making subway systems out of Brio trains with his little boy Jonah.