LEGO Cuusoo to be replaced with LEGO Ideas

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The 6 year beta period on the Cuusoo platform is over: on 30th April, LEGO is going to bring its customer suggestion programme in-house and rename it LEGO Ideas.

There's a bunch of other changes, too, the most significant of which is that projects will have just a year to achieve 10,000 supporters after which time they'll be deleted.

Full details are on the Cuusoo website.

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Trevi Fountain

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The Trevi Fountain

As you probably noticed from the site updates panel on the right, I added many more pictures of summer sets that published yesterday. One that escaped my attention, however, was 21020 Trevi Fountain.

The fountain is a truly magical place in the heart of Rome that's always swarming with tourists day and night. It looks as if this set does the landmark justice.

The description of the set reads:

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Summer Legends of Chima images

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Maula's Ice Mammoth Stomper

Hot on the heels of the Ninjago images we added earlier, official pictures of the summer Chima sets have been published on

There's definitely an Ice Age vibe to them: mammoths, sabre-tooth tigers, ice vultures and so on. I haven't looked at them all closely yet, but the the mammoth minifigs in this Maula's Ice Mammoth Stomper did catch my eye.

Thanks Patch22.

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Summer Ninjago images

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Battle for Ninjago City

Images of the two Ninjago sets to be released in the summer, 70727 X-1 Ninja Charger and 70728 Battle for Ninjago City have surfaced somewhere on Eurobricks.

I haven't bought any of this year's Ninjago sets. What are they like? Any worthwhile innovations, or just more of the same produced to quell perceived demand but well past their sell-by date?

Thanks Toby for the news.

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News round-up

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Here are a few newsworthy items I've been emailed about over the Easter weekend:

  • A Military Themed Accessories and Minifigures project needs your support on KickStarter
  • Also on KickStarter, ME Models is hoping to raise cash to expand its 9v compatible metal rail system
  • Beyond the Brick has interviewed Kevin Hinkle. He gives a look at the LEGO offices in Enfield, CT and talks about the LEGO CEE team and their involvement in conventions this year.
  • There's a LEGO show being held in Budapest, Hungary, 3-25 May in the Mammut 1. Shopping Centre. There's more information on the show website.
  • Finally, in Sydney, Australia, on the May the 4th weekend, Star Wars and LEGO fans alike are invited to come together and celebrate the world of LEGO Star Wars with a building event like no other. Over the course of the Saturday May 3rd and Sunday May 4th, we will attempt a world first - the largest model of Darth Vader made from LEGO bricks, standing at close to 4m in height and made over a quarter of a million LEGO bricks. It's being held at the Westfield Penrith shopping centre. More information is available on the centre's website.

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