If you’ve ever wanted to know whether Legos and chess are more or less likely to be a good match, this is the time to get in on the action.
As of today, there are more than 70 Legos in the world, according to Lego’s own website, with about 10 million in use in the US alone.
And the chess-playing game is popular enough that it’s spawned its own sub-game, the Legos Chess.
The first version of this, created by Lego in 2001, was based on the chess board, but Lego has since added the chess pieces themselves.
Legos also have a number of other chess-related sub-games, including a game called The King’s Gambit, which involves two chess pieces and a king.
And Lego has been working on a number more, including one based on a chess-board-themed board game, which Lego describes as a game that’s “very much like a game of chess.”
Legos are also widely available as kits.
Some of the most popular include Lego’s popular Lego Star Wars series, which has seen more than $1.2 billion worth of sales since it was released in 2012, and the Lego Pirates of the Caribbean series, in which players take on the roles of pirate captains, pirates, and other crew members in a series of games.
And in 2016, Lego introduced the new Lego Ninjago series, based on classic gaming franchises.