Another year, another April Fools Day has passed. As a tradition, there were plenty of LEGO fan sites that put out some false articles in hoping to catch readers off guard.
We announced LEGO Ideas Revisited which gives rejected LEGO Ideas projects a second chance in passing the review stage.
The popular service introduced the 1×5 Finder.
They did a review of the 7538491478894966 Assault on Echo Rebel Wampa Snowspeeder Base on Hoth which makes fun of the upcoming UCS Assault on Hoth (75098).
They also announced the expansion of the LEGO Cinematic Universe consisting of Deadpool, Galidor, and DUPLO movies.
An Australian and New Zealand breakfast cereal called Weet-Bix announced Weet-Brix which is a new cereal based on LEGO bricks.
They announced Little Bricks Magazine which focuses on DUPLO.
They uncovered LEGO’s secret communist society.
They revealed the AutoSort 2600 which is an auto sorting machine costing around $9,000 and will be released in 2017.
They changed the primary language on the site to Korean.
LEGO themselves announced that LEGO minifigures have been granted legal population status.
They announced their latest minifigure, Mr. Invisible.
They announced Background Mixels which takes a look at some of the not so prominent characters.
Mattel takes over LEGO which has been used before on other sites in previous years.
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They announced the Ghost White X-Wing as part of this year’s May the 4th promo with purchases of $199 or more of Star Wars products.
Also they showed off their Contributor Showcase which consisted of Galidor builds.
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