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Ever wanted to see an X-Men Lego set? Or, say, a Golden Girls kitchen set? Well, that might just happen. If you're not familiar with it, the Lego Cuusoo project allows users to submit ideas that can turn into commercial Lego products. (Cuusoo, an unusual Roman-letter transliteration of the Japanese word 空想, means "vision" or "fantasy." Make sure to sound it out with long vowels in front of your Japanese friends, though, or you'll be saying something much ruder.)
Once proposals reach 10,000 supporters through voting, the Cuusoo team reviews the options and decides which one to make. The winning fall 2013 submission was the Ghostbusters 30th anniversary set.
Don't expect a decision on this round to come until late spring, but in the meantime, you can check out the top ideas right here. Which is your favorite?
Modular Apple Store
Galaxy Command Space Pursuit
Lego Golden Girls Kitchen
Minecraft Too Many Items
Star Wars Invisible Hand
Labyrinth Marble Maze
Assault on Wayne Manor
Leaning Tower of Pisa
The Goonies 30th Anniversary: The Inferno
Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker Lightsabers
Settlers of Catan
Back to the Future Jules Verne Train
Images courtesy of Lego Cuusoo
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