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LEGO CUUSOO Legend of Zelda Achieves 10000 Supporters

A day after the Andy the Android hit 10000 supporters on LEGO CUUSOO, the Legend of Zelda project by Ragaru follows suit. They join the exclusive club of projects that have achieved 10000 supporters and now qualify for the Spring Review by the LEGO Jury in March.

The first Legend of Zelda project by Mingles was rejected in the Summer Review due to LEGO having to make new parts. In this version, the set was created using mostly existing parts and colors. The set also will rely on printed/stickered pieces to create a close representation of the characters. We’ll see what LEGO thinks of this project later this year. Congratulations to Ragaru for hitting this great milestone!

The Land-Rover Defender 110 now becomes the highest supported project on CUUSOO. With about a month left until the March 4th deadline, it might also have a chance to reach the goal as well.

Congratulations on 10,000 Supporters, Ragaru!

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Huge congratulations to Ragaru and all of the supporters of this LEGO® CUUSOO project. Your work provides another approach to the concept of a Legend of Zelda™ LEGO set and we admire that you have not allowed the results of the previous project to discourage your efforts.

While we cannot create new specific LEGO elements within the operational framework of LEGO CUUSOO, we will consider this concept in earnest in the Spring 2013 LEGO Review period.

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LEGO CUUSOO Summer Review Results

The LEGO Jury has completed their review of the LEGO CUUSOO Summer projects and the results are in. The sets that are under consideration are the Eve Online Ships – Rifter, the Back To The Future DeLorean Time Machine, The Legend of Zelda, and the Modular Western Town. And the next LEGO CUUSOO set will be…

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LEGO CUUSOO Summer Sets Results Announcement on Thursday

LEGO CUUSOO Summer Review

The LEGO Jury has completed their reviews of the LEGO CUUSOO Summer sets and will be announcing their results in a video message on Thursday, December 20 at 2:00pm GMT. The sets that are under consideration are the Eve Online Ships – Rifter, the Back To The Future DeLorean Time Machine, The Legend of Zelda, and the Modular Western Town. Which set(s) do you think will pass the review? Stay tuned to the LEGO CUUSOO blog for more details later.

Update: The results are in! Read more here

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LEGO CUUSOO Summer Review Updates

LEGO has given a little teaser on their blog on the statuses for the LEGO CUUSOO projects that reached 10000 supporters earlier in the year which includes: Eve Online Ships – Rifter, Back To The Future DeLorean Time Machine, The Legend of Zelda, and the Modular Western Town.

The LEGO Review board is still working on some of the final details of the Summer Review, which must be complete before we are able to announce any of the results. Projects in each quarterly review happen in batches, so we announce the results for each project at the same time. We’re sorry that we cannot yet commit to a date where we will share the news.

The Fall reviews have now started and The LEGO Jury will take a look at the most recent CUUSOO projects which have also achieved 10000 supporters. These sets include Thinking With Portals, the UCS Sandcrawler, and the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity.

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LEGO The Legend of Zelda Hylian Shield MOC

Hylian Shield

If you’re a fan of The Legend of Zelda series, then you’ve probably know what this is. Remi Gagne (Bolt of Blue) has created the Hylian Shield from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. If you remember, Remi was part of the OneLUG team that created the The Last March of the Ents. The masterpiece was posted on Reddit this morning and had a very positive response. Remi notes that all the pieces cost around $1500 and “maybe 3 or 4 months of spare time” to build. The Hylian Shield will be displayed at Brickcon 2012 this weekend or at DesignerCon in November so you can see it in person.

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LEGO CUUSOO The Legend of Zelda Achieves 10000 Supporters

In less than a week, another set has reached the 10000 supporters needed for LEGO CUUSOO to consider it for production. The latest set to get this achievement is The Legend of Zelda. We here at The Brick Fan like to congratulate Mingles for this accomplishment. Now the project will continue to the review phase in which the LEGO Jury will decide if they will decide if the set is viable set for the public. One obstacle is the licencing because The Legend of Zelda is a Nintendo product and Nintendo already has an agreement with another “building” company, K’Nex. We will see in the upcoming months if this set will pass review and be produced worldwide. This set has the potential to be the parent of other sets due to the vast world of The Legend of Zelda and the possibilities it provides.

We’ve keenly watched the support for this project from fans of the legendary video game series. You’ve made it at last, thanks to the broader community of Legend of Zelda fans. Congratulations!

Also, you built a very nice set design for the finale from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. It’s a great response to our request from the comment we made for 5,000 supporters. This gives the concept some focus and something from which our team can work.

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