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40424 Winter Snowball Fight is a Miscellaneous Seasonal set that was released on June 15, 2020. Description This is a description taken from Please do not modify it. (visit this item's product page)

Get set for a Winter Snowball Fight (40424) with this fun-packed LEGO® Iconic playset for kids. The set features a buildable snow fort, snowball catapult, hill with a sledge-launch function, snowman, tree and a table with mug and cookie elements to create realistic scenes. An awesome seasonal gift idea, it also includes boy and girl minifigures in winter outfits, plus a husky dog minifigure to inspire hours of solo play or fun with friends. Let the snowball fights begin!

  • Kids can enjoy hours of winter fun with this action-packed LEGO® Iconic Winter Snowball Fight playset, featuring a buildable snow fort, catapult with snowball elements, hill with sledge-launch function, snowman and more.
  • This 149-piece building kit makes a brilliant seasonal gift idea for ages 7 and up. It includes boy and girl minifigures, each with puffer jacket decoration, plus a husky dog figure to play out happy winter scenes.
  • The hill measures over 3” (9cm) high, 3” (8cm) wide and1” (5cm) deep. Together with the sledge, snow fort, catapult, tree, table, minifigures and accessories, it fits in a child’s backpack ready for play on the go.


A snowball fight is a physical game in which balls of snow are thrown with the intention of hitting somebody else. The game is similar to dodgeball in its major factors, though typically less organized. This activity is primarily played during winter when there is sufficient snowfall.

While snowball fights are typically unorganized games played by children, they have been organized professionally around the world. For example, Yukigassen (雪合戦) is a snowball fighting-competition with organized rules, professional teams, and designated courts from Japan. Today there are annual tournaments in Sōbetsu, Hokkaidō in Japan, Kemijärvi in Finland, Vardø in Norway, Murmansk in Russia, Mount Buller, Victoria in Australia, Luleå in Sweden, Anchorage in Alaska, Aparan in Armenia, Jasper, Alberta and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in Canada.

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