Animal Crossing, Fall Guys, And Portal 2 Featured In New Lego Ideas

The fan-made submissions are now being reviewed by Lego for potential production.


Lego has revealed its second batch of fan-created ideas that it is considering for production sets, this time including designs based on Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Portal 2, and Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout.

Lego Ideas are fan-made sets that are voted on by the community. Those that reach over 10,000 supporters are then collected and submitted to Lego for review, with a handful potentially making their way to production. This time around, a staggering 35 designs made the cut--a new record for the program--with many based on both games and anime.

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Below, you can see some of the designs that are in review, including Nook's Cranny from New Horizons, a Glados scene from Portal 2, a stage from Fall Guys, Appa from Avatar: The Last Airbender, and a ramen shop scene from Naruto.

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Games often make it to review in Lego Ideas, with the last batch including designs from Sonic: The Hedgehog and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Those are still being reviewed, and earlier design for the stables from Breath of the Wild was sadly rejected earlier this year. And with Lego not entirely forthcoming as to the reasons behind rejections, it's unclear if it's an issue with the design itself or the licenses required to produce it.

Still, it's fun to see how games make the transition to these blocky creations, with the hope that some will perhaps find space on your shelves in the future. If you're more into digital Lego, then Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga might be more to your fancy, even if it was recently delayed to Summer 2021.

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