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Ace Kim | December 18th, 2012 | LEGO CUUSOO, News

Summer CUUSOO Results To Be Revealed Thursday

CUUSOO Review Announcement

LEGO CUUSOO posted on their blog today that the results from the summer review of supported projects will be revealed in a video message this coming Thursday December 20th. The four projects under consideration are EVE Online Ships – Rifter, Back to the Future DeLorean Time Machine, The Legend of Zelda, and Modular Western Town.

Ace Kim | October 29th, 2012 | LEGO CUUSOO, News

CUUSOO Status Updates


A couple of days ago, LEGO CUUSOO posted on their blog an update to the summer and fall cycles.


Casey "cas" Scott | April 26th, 2012 | LEGO CUUSOO, News

LEGO CUUSOO – ‘Eve Online Ships’ Gains Support

LEGO EVE Rifter cuusoo 5

I briefly mentioned this achievement earlier, but it was a bit buried in the Shaun of the Dead post and I felt it deserved more recognition. Czar aka behemothjosh’s EVE Online creation–“EVE Online Ships – Rifter“–may very well represent a new, if not short-lived, license. Much like I’ve never played Minecraft, I’ve never played EVE Online, so my familiarity with the ship is severely limited, which is one of the reasons my enthusiasm is limited. I’m sure the EVE Online fans (both LEGO and non-LEGO fans) are stoked, however.
Unlike the previous MOCs to reach 10,000 votes, this model lets its studs hang out, something I’ve noticed many popular MOCs tend to shy away from, instead relying more heavily on tiles and/or extensive SNOT techniques. This model, as you can see, seems to hearken back to simpler, studlier times, which I appreciate and I’m sure many others do as well. We’ll keep you updated on LEGO’s decision regarding this model and future potential, long-shot licenses, some of which may require having awkward Oedipal moments.