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Post by Codyn329 on Wed 21 Aug 2013, 7:21 pm

Hey guys, really sorry about the wait. You guys have been waiting for more than enough, and you guys deserve news! In this news report, I'll first explain how CUUSOO works, and after this news report I'll make more reports about CUUSOO!

LEGO CUUSOO is an official LEGO website, a product of a partnership with the Japanese website CUUSOO . On the site, people may submit ideas for new LEGO sets or parts. Other users may "support" the project. If 10,000 users support a given project, The LEGO Group (TLG) will review the project. If LEGO likes the idea then they will create their own version of the project using TLG design standards and then produce it as an official LEGO set or product. People 13 and older are allowed to comment and for the ability to create a project you must be 18 years or older. It is part of LEGO and was created on 2008.  In 2011, excessive amount of traffic and activity started. Since then, they've released 4 products, recently which is the DeLorean Time Machine, and 3 other which were Shinkai 5000 (sold in Japan), the Hayabusa, and LEGO Minecraft.

The available products for them can be seen here:

The projects on CUUSOO can be found here:

There are a lot of other truly devoted LEGO Fans who want to help make there dreams come true, and some other like Poptropica have came to make a project, and the wish came true. Here are some projects that have achieved 10,000 supporters that will wait for the review.

How does the LEGO Review work? Here's what CUUSOO said.

"The LEGO® Review is the next phase a project goes through after it has reached 10,000 supporters. The LEGO Review happens quarterly, so each project that reaches 10,000 during the previous quarter goes through the review at the same time.

The LEGO Review is the process within which the LEGO Group decides whether or not to produce a project based on pre-defined criteria related to brand values, licensing, business case, and model design. You can read these three articles for details about how the quarterly LEGO Review process works:

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