Each year in the LEGO community, there are a number of outlets that partake in some tomfoolery for April Fools’ Day and there’s a roundup of the ones from this year. If you didn’t see ours, we had a little fun with the LEGO Galidor 20th Anniversary.
Ashnflash – Fourth LEGO Lightyear Set Officially Revealed
BrickJournal – PLAYGO, A Partnership with The LEGO® Group and Playmobil®, Launches This Summer!
BrickFanz – Introducing LEGO Brick Separator Replay
BrickFanz – LEGO VIDIYO Getting A Star Wars Rebrand?
BrickFinder – Kjeld To Close the LEGO Ambassador Network: “It strayed too far away from LEGO’s core values”
BrickFinder – LEGO Colours of the World 40615 Minifigure Parts Pack First Look!
BrickNerd – LEGO Expiration Dates Revealed
Bricking Around – Bricklink Studio testing NFT features in latest beta release
Jay’s Brick Blog – LEGO Goats spotted in Build a Minifigure Stations!
LEGO – LEGO Maxifigure
Something big is coming. And we mean really, really BIG! pic.twitter.com/eOyxfyYna7
— LEGO (@LEGO_Group) April 1, 2022
Ministry of Sound – LEGO Nightclub Set Revealed
— Ministry of Sound (@ministryofsound) April 1, 2022
RacingBrick – Goodbye LEGO, I switch to Playmobil – first review is about the BTTF DeLorean!
The Rambling Brick – New LEGO X IKEA Collaboration Announced. This Time, AFOLs Are The Focus
Let us know in the comments below if we missed any other LEGO April Fools’ 2022 shenanigans. What did you think about this year’s pranks on the community?
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