The LEGO Ideas team recently announced that ten product ideas made it into the second 2019 LEGO Ideas review period. This are all projects that reached the 10,000 supporter mark between May and early September of 2019. Below, we will take a look at the ten projects, the projects that went under review previously, as well as some other LEGO Ideas related news.
The ten projects that just went under review are as follows: UCS Space Shuttle Atlantis by Snelson42, Thunderbirds Are Go by AndrewClark2, Pursuit of Flight by JKBrickworks, History Museum by Bricky_Brick, The Office by Lego The Office, Medieval Blacksmith by Namirob, Winnie the Pooh by benlouisa, NASA Spacecraft by Micro_Model_Maker, The Haunted Mansion: 50th Anniversary by GoodOlPrice, The Seven Dwarfs’ House by Hanwasyellowfirst. There were also two more projects (Japanese Tea Garden by Coosey__Goosey and Gravity Falls Mystery Shack by Figura) in this review period, but there were archived because they did not comply with the LEGO Ideas terms of service.
As usual, the LEGO Ideas team will be publishing interviews with the designers of these projects, which are always an interesting read. You can follow the interviews on the LEGO Ideas blog page. Also, the LEGO Ideas review board is working on wrapping up and announcing the results of the previous review period, which includes the following nine projects. They should be making an announcement shortly. In addition, the Playable LEGO Piano by SleepyCow is still under review from a previous review period, so we should be hearing about that project as well.
As you can see, many great projects are under review right now that have the potential to become official LEGO sets. Remember to check the LEGO Ideas site from time to time to find awesome projects and support your favorites. There are some very helpful sorting tools to see the newest, most supported, most talked about projects, as well as staff picks and more.
And of course, you can also purchase sets that originated from LEGO Ideas, like the #21311 LEGO Ideas Voltron, the #21309 LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V, #21313 LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle, the #21314 LEGO Ideas TRON: Legacy, the #21315 LEGO Ideas Pop-Up Book, the #21316 LEGO Ideas The Flintstones, the #21317 LEGO Ideas Steamboat Willie, and the #21318 LEGO Ideas Tree House. You can find them all at the LEGO Ideas section of the Online LEGO Shop.
What do you think? How do you like the current LEGO Ideas projects under review? Do you have any favorites? Which one(s) would you like to see as official LEGO sets? And are there any projects currently gathering support that you are rooting for? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below!
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T-cow is precious! It should be made into a set just for the fun of it. ;D I’m mostly looking forward to Pursuit of Flight and the Minifig Anatomy.
I would like to see the THunderbirds project. I also like Pirate Bay, but it may be too big as a lego set.
I can already see my daughter turning the Dwarves thing into a Friends house. At first it reminded me of a gingerbread house but looking at all the details it is clearly much better.
I like the space projects, but I don’t think they will choose any of those, as we already have so many space sets right now. I would be okay with any of the other ones they choose.
As usual, a lot of the projects feel too big, too bland or too niche to stand any real chance of passing, I think.
The tree house was or is a complex build. So, I can’t see why Lego can’t put another one out there. Fans and builders seem to appreciate it more. So, more interesting house builds would be nice. I mean challenge yourself Lego , we as builders and / or fans already have. It’s time to meet the challenges . It’s funny how lego puts out expensive license sets like Star Wars and or Ninjago hoping that It make a great sale sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn’t but, when Lego fans see something they want to be made into a set and it doesn’t happen because of for what ever reason Lego has . Lego fans will be disappointed and wonder why it didn’t happen and would question on how much Lego listens to their fans. I know Lego does listen but, I guess it puts a bad taste in one’s mouth if certain things don’t happen. It’s kind of a waiting game to be excited about something or later on be disappointed. Will see and time will tell.