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LEGO Ideas Maze (21305) Review

LEGO Ideas Maze (21305)

When LEGO announced that the Maze (21305) would be the next released LEGO Ideas set, there was a mixed reaction from fans. Some loved the nostalgia of the old school wooden Labyrinth Marble Maze game including me while others felt that another project would have been a better choice. LEGO has graciously sent us a review copy of the Maze and here is my official review of the set.


LEGO Ideas Second 2015 Review Results Announced

Earlier today while I was as work, LEGO has announced the results for the projects from the Second 2015 Review Stage that will be now become official LEGO Ideas sets in the near future. Yes, you hear that right, sets, as in two has passed the review stage and have now moved on to the design phase and well on their way to becoming sets that we will be able to purchase

The first project will please classic car fans as the Caterham Super Seven by Carl Greatrix is the first set announced. The project is based on the British sports car.

The other project will be become an official LEGO Ideas set is the Brick-Built Adventure Time Figures by aBetterMonkey. Now you will be able to create your favorite characters from the hit TV series.

LEGO Ideas has also announced that the Star Citizen F7A Hornet, which has been through two review periods, will not be considered any longer.

Of course, there’s no details of pricing and availability for the Caterham Super Seven the the Brick-Built Adventure Time Figures but I’ll let you know once the information becomes available.


LEGO Ideas Jurassic Park Visitor Center Achieves 10,000 Supporters

The Jurassic Park Visitor Center by LDiEgo is the latest project to achieve 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas. Here we have another fairly large scale build that is based on the popular movie. The Visitor Center is able to open up to reveal several recognizable rooms in the building like the control room, genetics lab, and the kitchen.

The project now joins the Fossil Museum, the Gingerbread House, the Modular Train Station, the Old Fishing Store, the Jedi High Council, and the Particle Accelerator as the ones that qualify for the First 2016 Review Stage.


LEGO Ideas Maze (21305) Officially Revealed

LEGO Ideas Maze (21305)

LEGO has officially revealed the next LEGO Ideas set with the Maze (21305). The set was conceived by Jason Allemann (JK Brickworks) and it will be available on April 1st for $69.99. Along with the Maze build, the set will also have a removable container to store the balls. Read more about the design process of the Maze (21305) over on their blog post.

LEGO Ideas Maze – The reinvention of a classic!

The latest LEGO Ideas product reinvents the classic ball and labyrinth game, but adds a twist of creative LEGO building to the fun.

Built entirely from LEGO elements, the LEGO Maze consists of a base frame and a simple tip and tilt mechanism made up of LEGO beams and axles. You turn the wheels to move the maze up and down or from side to side guiding the ball away from the traps.

The interchangeable maze system means you can easily swap maze plates without having to rebuild the entire game. Once you’ve mastered the two maze designs included with the set, you will find lots of inspiration to start creating your own mazes using the bricks included or any of your own LEGO elements.

LEGO Ideas Maze (21305)

LEGO Ideas Maze (21305)

LEGO Ideas Maze (21305)


HispaBrick Magazine Reviews LEGO Ideas Maze (21305)

LEGO hasn’t officially revealed the LEGO Ideas Maze (21305) set but some sites have early access to do reviews of them including HispaBrick Magazine. Just a short while ago, they have posted an early review of the set which was designed by JK Brickworks. We also get to clearly see some how the set looks like and how it functions so go check out HispaBrick’s review. I’ll be doing my review in a few weeks time. The Maze (21305) will be available in April at the retail price of $69.99.


LEGO Ideas Particle Accelerator Achieves 10,000 Supporters

The Particle Accelerator project by JK Brickworks is the latest one to achieve 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas. If creator’s name sounds familiar, that’s because his Labyrinth Marble Maze (21305) will be released in April.

The particle accelerator is based on the real life machine that uses electromagnetic fields to propel charged particles to contain them in defined beams. The most well known one is the Large Hadron Collider built by CERN. For the LEGO version, it basically demonstrates the concept by using LEGO balls that spin around the ring. Check out how it works in the video below.

The project now joins the Fossil Museum, the Gingerbread House, the Modular Train Station, the Old Fishing Store, and the Jedi High Council as the ones that qualify for the First 2016 Review Stage.


LEGO Ideas Labyrinth Marble Maze (21305) Teaser

LEGO has posted a teaser image of the Labyrinth Marble Maze (21305) set over on their Facebook Page and other social media pages. This probably means that we should be getting the official reveal any time now even though it seems like we’ve been waiting forever for it. It’ll be available on April 1st and we already know the details of the set like it having 769 pieces and will retail for $69.99. Rumor has it that it’ll look very similar to the LEGO Ideas project with very small changes. Stay tuned for the reveal.

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