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Harry Potter Quidditch game:
Chess 4/Battle Chess:
Four Season Tree:
Here's my mini version of Nathan Sawaya's Castle Book that got denied:
Do you think Lego should release more sports sets?
I have built a Tennis Stadium which I have uploaded to Lego Ideas website
If you love tennis or just think is a great project, give me your support at https://ideas.lego.com/projects/87503
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Pretty much the result I expected.
I think the maze is a lovely idea, but I think that cost v perceived cost will likely hamper it.
Jurassic Park is pretty much out because of the Jurassic World stuff already planned.
Helicarrier has been ruled out by TLG's own helicarrier
Flying Dutchman seems unlikely because of the previous sets, goonies is far too large scale to be done as per the project (so not out of the running in my mind but unlikely)
Natural History Museum would be surprising to see anything on that scale pass (again not out but unlikely)
Minas Tirith - Is TLG were going to do a minas tirith they probably already would have.
F7A Hornet - If it wasn't based on a licenced IP I think it would have more of a chance, I don't think the source is well known enough, but thats just my opinion.
I'm very excited about Wall-E getting through, can't wait to see the final product of that - will almost certainly end up buying one for me and one for the other half. Dr Who, I'm going to remain skeptical about. I really hope they do a mini figure pack with all the Doctors (and ideally a companion for each) but I'll decide when they reveal exactly what the final product is.
+1 for wanting a K9 included.
I think the two likely candidates for the next review will be the Piano and the Labyrinth Maze. Helicarrier was always going to be made due to the popular fan base. If we didn't get the Jurassic World sets I think we could have got the Jurassic Park set instead. The others are too large (I seriously don't understand why they have '$200' on the support survey...)
CIG (the studio behind Star Citizen) are pretty cool, and they seem like the kind of people that would love to have a Lego tie-in, but I guess the worry would be it being too niche, like @Shib said (that said, they have a decent-ish sized hardcore fan group who would buy it like a shot). Still, though, fingers crossed.
And congrats to all the Who fans out there!
But I guess it might be a good box of parts for those who like to make robots?
Dr Who should always have been a target for a Lego theme.
If it sells well it could lead to the release of a series of sets in 2016.
https://ideas.lego.com/projects/94308 (hasn't been approved yet).
Dave and Nigel are best to demonstrate in this short video
The Hover Scout and Recharge Dock has just tipped over 900 supporters :-)
These are the latest updates.
Thanks for all your support so far.
My other sets:
The designer has submitted the same design to bricklink's cuusoo site, and is acting as a "curator" at that site ...
If lego realise that he has submitted the same design to rival sites to commercialise it, then it is dead in the water.
It's not obvious what his relationship to cuusoo / bricklink is. He is acting as a "curator" for cuusoo-brick, and a lot of his designs are on the BL MOC shop (even if not actually for sale).
Maybe Minas Tirith has a better chance now?
Although TLG will probably go with The F7A Hornet.
Piano: Small and relatively generic.
Flying Dutchman: Way too large.
Marble Maze: Probably the best chance of any, but doesn't seem like a good fit to me.
Minas Tirith: Too large and waning interest in the theme.
The Goonies: Too niche for the size of the set.
Natural History Museum: Too large, part of an existing theme.
F7A Hornet: Star Citizen? Hm. Apparently a video game that hasn't yet been released. Too niche.
Helicarrier: And that's the risk of submissions tied to a license LEGO already produces.
Jurassic Park: Too large with the gate. Possibly a chance without it.
UCS AT-AT: Why is this still listed as in review?
Personally, I'm rooting for the Piano (complete with Mozart or Beethoven minifigure!), and the Natural History Museum--although I'd be glad to buy either a Marble Maze or a Jurassic Park set, and I'd leap at the Flying Dutchman (but pigs will fly if that one is approved, IMO).
I doubt it, with their upcoming jurassic world sets I don't think it will happen, gate or no gate.
I don't think any project there has a chance unless they decide to make a big one. The piano is not nearly interesting to be released as a set. And it took it 5 years or so to get to 10k.
The maze is a neat, but no more than a moc. Speaking for myself here, I'd probably play it 2-3 times then it would be completely forgotten. There's nothing more to it than that.
Projects may only contain genuine, un-cut or modified LEGO® bricks.
Is that meant to mean that projects can contain only genuine parts that have not been cut or modified, or that they may contain genuine LEGO® bricks, un-cut LEGO® bricks or modified LEGO® bricks. I expect the intention is the first, but it reads more like the second. They need to make it clear that the un- applies not just to cut but also to modified.
Just the other day I saw this evaluated at $150 on "Cuusoo"
Here is a recent one of mine. I redid a previous submission inspired by the Disney Boardwalk Inn/Hotel. This one actually fits with the other modular designs.
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Might try and build my own version to go in my Summer Village display.
I invite you to visit and vote for my new Lego Ideas Project.
It's my own version of an Apple Store, with a vintage Apple detail (old logo colors)
Also I invite you to vote for my other project, a tennis stadium.
Both projects fits very well in any Lego City!!
Just posting an updated picture with the new look - I hope you all like it:
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