The Fisher-Price Super Hero Flight City comes boxed attractively and proudly displays all the different features it has to offer. The box is huge, as is the play set, and you will need to budget a bit of time to get this open. I can’t complain about the time it takes to unbox and set this up. It comes with the territory of a large and highly diverse play set. You will need a good pair of scissors to remove the toy from the packaging since a lot of it is secured via plastic zip ties.
When you unbox the play set you will notice a red electronic cord going through the packaging from Wayne Tower to the helicopter for the demo mode. Do not worry when this separates and stays behind in the packaging. That is the intent. Once you install the four AA batteries in the helicopter base you will no longer need this and it can be disposed of with the packaging.
The Super Hero Flight City requires a total of six AA to function. Four AA batteries in the helicopter base, as I said, and 2 in Wayne Tower to power the power pad and sound effects.
Once all put together the Super Hero Flight City offers almost unlimited entertainment. It has many moving pieces, sliding doors and sound effects for many hours of entertainment.