Panzerkampfwagen VIII Maus (Tank VIII Mouse, Sd.Kfz 205) was a German heavy tank which, however, was never put into combat. Maus is also the toughest designed tank ever. The proposals for this tank were handed over to Adolf Hitler by Ferdinand Porsch in June 1942 and then approved. The production work was very hard and fast, the first prototype, made in 1943, was originally called Mammut ("Mamut"). Later, however, it was renamed Mäuschen ("Mouse") and then the final Maus ("Mouse"). The pack contains 890 cubes and 1 figurine."