Photos of the new LegoMinecraft sets have been accidentally leaked online.
The official release of Lego Minecraft is planned for November, but, Mir Kubikov, a chain of franchise Lego stores in Russia has prematurely placed the new Minecraft sets in their online store.
The gaffe was picked up by Lego bloggers, Lego.Gizmodo, who have kindly dragged the photos onto their website to give us all a sight of what's going to be under the tree on Christmas morning.
There are six new sets: Cave, Dragon Edge, Farm, First Night, and Workbench. And unlike last year's sets, these are distinctively more 'Lego' in feeling.
Blogger Michael Schulte wrote: "Though the images are not high resolution, all the pertinent set information is there including some great images of the new Minecraft minifigures."
Lego and Minecraft came together last year in a match made in heaven because they're both essentially building toys.
In the real world, Lego is the world's most popular toy, with more than £2 billion worth being sold each year.
And then there's the virtual world's Minecraft – a relatively new kid on the (building) block, but it's become hugely popular with children and has been described as 'Lego online' because it challenges players to create virtual worlds.
Time to get your kids writing their - nice and early - letters to Santa!
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