Overall, the buildings were very easy to assemble. After I had watched the assembly video during my unboxing (all of Bandua's assembly videos for the Alpha Series can be found here) all the buildings followed the same assembly format, so I didn't need to refer to any assembly instructions to put the other buildings together.
The pieces all slot together smoothly and the joins between each piece are quite snug, and after a bit of PVA are very secure.
|Here is the completed set, with some 28mm miniatures for scale|
|A close-up of the doors, which fit into their tight in their frames and don't fall out|
|Here are the buildings stacked on top of each other to make a three story structure|
|My only gripe is that the L Building, once stacked on the XL Building,|
has a door leading to nowhere. In this photo I've taken the doors out to
emphasise the design flaw
|The L Building stored inside the XL Building|
|The S Building stored in the L Building, which is still inside the XL Building|
Overall I'm very happy with the product, and I'm very glad I picked up two other sets to fill out my Infinity table with.
- The simplistic design elements of the buildings made for quick and easy assembly, and the basic geometric shapes of the buildings will make determining LOS/LOF during play very straight forward.
- Apart from 'the door to nowhere' created by stacking the L Building on the XL Building (which I won't be doing for my tables!) the stacking works quite well - I can still stack the S Building on the L Building or the XL Building, giving me a bit more variety in my tabletops
- Storage for the pieces is great, and works as I had expected from videos and reviews I had seen online
If you don't mind the simple design, then I'd highly recommend this set.