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Halloween is Here!  He is a great way to surprise Trick-Or-Treaters, as you rub his head, he starts chomping at any candy in his path! This funny little guy is a must for the porch as Trick-Or-Treaters come to visit on the night of horror! Set a bowl of candy in front of him, and watch all of the kids watch in amazement at this candy-eating monster. Customize your monster by painting or carving your own custom face! Whether cute or scary, it will sure to be a hit with the kids!

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You can know more interesting robot early!!Halloween is coming! Have you prepared enough candy?

Step 1: Part List

· Purchase Makeblock parts check now

· 3 x Robot Servo Pack - Blue (Purchase quantity:3)

· ·1 x Me Touch Sensor (Purchase quantity:1)

· ·2 x Me RJ25 Adapter (Purchase quantity:2)

· ·1 x Beam0824-128-Blue (4-Pack) (Purchase quantity:1)

· ·1 x Beam0412-140-Blue (4-Pack) (Purchase quantity:1)

Step 2: Constructing Steps

Prepare the modules as the pictures show and assembe them.

Step 3: Big Mouth

Step 4: Body

Step 5: Fix Battery and Main Board

Step 6: Assemble All of Them

Step 7: Drawing and Paper-cut

Step 9: ​---------------------------------- Maybe Sth You Want to Know ---------------------------------

Halloween is coming! Aren't you excited?! Lately in our labs, We concocted up 8 new magic demons with my lab assistants and we are going to let them out to make some trouble in the night! If you want to know other monsters,

please click here: http://openlab.makeblock.com/topic/57efd534695004...

please click here: http://openlab.makeblock.com/topic/57efd534695004...

More tutorials please visit http://www.makeblock.com/

Our community: http://www.makeblock.com/

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