LEGO Ideas posted on their blog today the results of the Third 2020 Review. A total of 25 projects qualified which you can scan through below. They also announced that they are finalizing the Second 2020 Review projects and that Sonic Mania – Green Hill Zone by toastergrl is still in review, so Sonic fans still have a chance to rejoice.

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 bulldoozer

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

I don’t know if it’s because I’m coming off of a post-holiday cleaning and organizing and the realization I still have too much stuff or what but I don’t think I’ve ever been so underwhelmed at a collection of qualifying LEGO Ideas projects. The licensing hurdles for some of these projects alone automatically disqualify them (GMC Blue Chip, Avatar), in my mind at least. Some of the other projects probably won’t make it past review because, I would argue, have a low mass audience appeal (TX Master Games, Open MRI), are overly complex (Auto Union Type C Racer), are part of an existing license (Bag End), or are too close to an existing product (Motorized Lighthouse). We’ll see what makes it through if anything probably by the last half of this year based on their previous announcement timelines.


  1. Yeah, I will not be surprised if none of these make it past review.

    Out of the sets that’d be left after using the same criteria (too niche, too similar, too licensed) MAYBE the Roman Warship has a shot? It’s a nice looking set, and the concept is good even if they completely redesign it, and it’s the kind of set that makes a nice display piece (like the ship in a bottle, or the dino fossils, etc.)

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