LEGO Ideas third 2020 results are in with 25 qualifying projects [News]

The third and final review for 2020 qualifying fan creation submissions consists of 25 projects. This makes a total of 86 qualifying projects for the year with 26 in the first submission and 35 in the second submission. These fall within the qualifying period for which they will be considered to be made into official LEGO sets.

1. Boeing 737 Passenger Plane by BigPlanes-Customs

2. Colosseum (Architecture Style) by SkyWalter

3. Gravity Falls: The Mystery Shack by TopLego8 & Minibrick Productions

4. Brick Town Police Station by Bricked1980

5. Bag End by saabfan

6. Red Dwarf Starbug LEGO Idea by Bobs Vintage Bricks

7. Avatar: The Last Airbender – YIP YIP! by StudioTRico

8. Classic Castle by DERBOOR

9. Open MRI by Apollo Exconde

10. Motorized Lighthouse by Roses Must Build

11. Avatar: The Illuminated World of Pandora by bulldozer

12. Spirited Away by legotruman

13. Jumanji of 1995 by NIKANA

14. The Little Venice by Bricky_Brick

15. Auto Union Type C Racecar by redera00

16. Automated Garbage Truck by MochiMaster & Alexander Hamsterton

17. TX Master Games by TXMaster

18. Milwaukee Art Museum by Vida András

19. The Car Wash by Bricky_Brick

20. Wallace & Gromit by Tom Gerardin

21. Among Us: The Skeld by MinifigInDisguise

22. Roman Warship by Iyan Ha

23. The Addams Family Mystery Mansion by Disneybrick55

24. GMC – Blue Chip 100 [1957] by Ing-Manuel

25. Viking Village by BrickHammer


For more details on the builders and sets, head right to the official announcement from LEGO or discuss any of your favourites that you’re rooting in our comment section below.

10 comments on “LEGO Ideas third 2020 results are in with 25 qualifying projects [News]

  1. Todd Dunaway

    It seems odd that the coliseum and a police station has been included, given that Lego has released these sets on their own already.

  2. Purple Dave

    If this review session had the lowest turnout of the year, maybe that’ll cut down on all the whinging about how they “need to raise the vote threshold”. Well, probably not, but a guy can dream, can’t he?

    The only times I can recall the new preemptively dumping projects that cleared 10k right before they went into review was when they established the content rules after the Winchester from Shaun of the Dead got voted up (no bars), and when two projects were submitted by LEGO employees (ineligible to participate in the program).

  3. Håkan

    Hmm, a few of these seem surprisingly underdeveloped…

    Possibly there’s some chance for Bag End, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Little Venice, Car Wash and Addams Family, although I’ve had pretty mediocre results on picking winners so far…

  4. Jimmy

    The Auto Union would be very cool and I think has a chance. Classic Castle and Viking Village are also nice and I would personally spend money on them, just nice sets that are both nostalgic and would be fun to play with my daughter (i.e. not fan-focused collector items meant for a display shelf). Not sure they have a chance to be made official sets, though.

    The Garbage Truck I think will make it to be an official set, it’s beautiful, functional, fun, and unlike most others NOT a massive piece count. Include a new road plate and maybe some other street furniture and it would be a fantastic little city set.

  5. Nick

    Hate to be boring, but I’m really hoping for a return of Classic Castle in some form or another. The great castle MOCs I’ve been seeing lately (interesting angles, lush forestry; that Bricklink castle set they released is a good example) look brilliant and I’d love to have one.

  6. Jonathan Firle

    18. Milwaukee Art Museum by Vida András – wow! I would love to own and make this one. So cool looking!

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