LEGO Ideas has just released a new blog post to update their guidelines and they’ve announced that they “will no longer accept new submissions based on third-party licenses that are active in the LEGO Group’s portfolio.” This was a culmination of projects that were not original ideas, which the platform was intended to be used for, and been flooded with licensed material that LEGO already has licenses for. You can read more about it in the link above but here’s a list of the Restricted IP from LEGO Ideas:
The Fine Print:
If your project was previously turned down, archived, or deleted due to a licensing conflict that is now resolved or third party license that has been retired, you may re-submit it as a new project. Supporters from past projects cannot be applied to a future project.
Star Wars, MARVEL Super Heroes, DC Super Heroes & Super Hero Girls, The LEGO Batman Movie, The LEGO NINJAGO Movie, The LEGO Movie, Disney characters (Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy & Tinker Bell), Moana, Rapunzel, Aladdin, Cars, Whisker Haven Tales with the Palace Pets , Angry Birds, Pirates of the Caribbean, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Miles From Tomorrowland, Doc McStuffins, Sofia the First, The Simpsons, Knight Rider, Mission Impossible, Midway Arcade, Lord of the Rings, Gremlins, A-Team, Harry Potter, Fantastic Beasts, Sonic the Hedgehog, Portal 2, E.T. & The Wizard of Oz.
Volkswagen, Ferrari, MINI, Porsche, BMW, CLAAS, Volvo, Mercedes, Ford, Audi, Bugatti, Chevrolet & McLaren.
Stand alone buildings (Big Ben, London Tower Bridge, US Capitol Building, Louvre, Buckingham Palace, Burj Khalifa, Eiffel Tower & Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum).
Buildings contained in the skylines (London, Sydney, Chicago, Venice, Berlin & New York).
Restricted IP from LEGO Ideas:
Back to the Future
Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover
The Big Bang Theory
Women of NASA concept