|Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time|
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is a licensed LEGO sub-theme that features sets based on the Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer film Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, itself based on the video game of the same name. There was only one wave of sets, which were all released on April 26, 2010. In an unusual move, the first commercials for the theme broadcasted on April 5 of 2010, weeks before the sets were released. There are no further sets planned for the theme and it was discontinued in that same year of 2010. Since there is no Sequel planned, LEGO has stopped making sets for the theme due to the fact there is no more scenes to recreate.
The sets of this theme are broadly based on specific scenes in the movie, though considerable license was taken with accuracy. A design feature of the larger sets is a significant number of exposed studs on vertical surfaces, intended to allow players to replicate the athletic wall-running stunts characteristic of the movie and games. The sets are notable for introducing new LEGO animal figures, such as camels and ostriches. They also feature new pieces and accessories for Minifigures, which use the flesh-colored faces common to licensed lines. Most sets contain many gold-colored pieces and elements in the new medium-nougat colour, an off-brown shade introduced in the line.
List of sets
|20017||Dagger Trap||52||Dastan||May 2010|
|7569||Desert Attack||57||Dastan, Skeleton||$10.99 / €13.99||April 2010|
|7570||The Ostrich Race||169||Dastan, Ostrich Jockey||$19.99 / €19.99||April 2010|
|7571||The Fight for the Dagger||258||Dastan, Market Seller||$29.99 / €34.99||April 2010|
|7572||Quest Against Time||506||Dastan, Princess Tamina, Nizam, Zolm||$49.99 / €59.99||April 2010|
|7573||Battle of Alamut||821||Alamut Guard (2), Dastan, Gool, Nizam, Seso, Tamah||$79.99||April 2010|
- A mini-movie promoting the theme, named as the Prince of Persia Mini-Movie, was released on May 7th 2010, on Disney XD.
- Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer are also known for producing the Pirates of the Caribbean films and The Lone Ranger.
- During July, 2009's San Diego Comic-Con International, a Jack Sparrow minifigure had been inserted into LEGO's Prince of Persia display as a teaser.