It's day 7 of our holiday. Day 1 was travelling; day two was meet-n-greet with the fam, followed by a bit of a nap-collapse, and Days 3-6 were WorldCon for him, and the pukebucket for me - and I never, ever get sick. Strep throat plus normal flu (how did I manage to get normal flu? Brilliant!), PLUS a severe reaction to this horrible new giant antibiotic "Bioxin". Disgusting horse-pill that you take once a day. The course cost me $100 (!!!) and of course, you don't get a refund if it makes you puke every 15 mins (which it did). 59 vomits later, I'm on amoxycillin ($25) and it's time to head back to Toronto.
LBP has released a "History Kit", a pack of stuff to get you going on your DIY themed levels. The kit's £3.19 and for that you get:
4 Objects: Chinese Bell, Egyptian Mask, Ancient Greek Vase, Gothic Gargoyle 5 Materials: Antique Maps, Islamic Tiles, Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Cave Painting, Tapestry 13 Decorations Including Roman Plaque, Persian Brooch, Laurel Wreath 140 Themed stickers Sounds: ‘Sounds of yore’ Music: ‘The Chrysalis of Eternity’ by Kenneth Young Background: The Pantheon
There's also an accompanying (small) Costume Pack, so you can dress up your dolls outfit your characters in a historically-accurate way. They've included interesting ladies of history like Ada Lovelace and (the slightly lesser known in the USA but HUGE HERE) Boudica (we call her Boudicca for less confusion of pronunciation).
... although that seems to be it, costume-wise. So far.
Accompanying the History Creator Kit, a set of costumes to match, based on four most non heinous historical figures . These costumes are also available individually.
Ada Lovelace: Wig, Hair, Dress Genghis Khan: Beard, Hat, Trousers, Armour Boudica: Spear, Hair, Sandals, Dress Mozart: Powdered wig, Breeches and Socks, Coat
Suspect many more to come, what with the Ancient Egypt, China, and Caveman furnitures....