36 projects qualify for third 2022 LEGO Ideas review

The third 2022 LEGO Ideas review has officially closed with a total of 36 projects all up for consideration for future sets. 

Another round on LEGO Ideas has begun as the third 2022 review stops accepting entries. 36 projects made it into the review phase and you can take a look at each submission by clicking on the following links: 

Dogs’ Fun Park – Playable Dog Run  
Willow – Battle of Tir Asleen   
Fantozzi Takes The Bus On The Fly   
The Wizard’s Retreat   
Japanese Castle   
Wallace & Gromit   
The Alpine Refuge   
Mechanical Flip Clock     
The Clock Tower Park      
Jack Skellington’s House      
Lover House      
House of Open Shutters      
Modular Arcade      
LEGO Zoo      
The Old Western Train Station        
The Neverending Story (40th Anniversary)         
The Architect’s House         
London Underground           
Sewer Heroes: Fighting the Fatberg          
Cipher Machine          
Golden Clifftop Temple          
Classic Thunderbirds          
The Wright Flyer          
BOTW Temple of Time          
Pixar’s Up House with Balloons          
The Travel Suitcase          
Japanese Courtyard Garden          
The Lost City           
Pac-Man Moving Display           
Castle Dracula           
This Is Fine           
Ancient Roman Temple     

A 37th project was also included in the third 2022 review until it and its author disappeared from the platform. In an update in the comments, the team states “The submission is no longer considered. For privacy reasons, we do not divulge matters between us and individual members.” 

Also due by January 5 at the latest is the result of the LEGO Ideas Dungeons & Dragons challenge where the entry that will inspire the set based on the tabletop role-playing game will be revealed. 

In 2023, at least three LEGO Ideas sets are expected with another recently teased by a LEGO designer. 

Support the work that Brick Fanatics does by purchasing your LEGO using our affiliate links. Thank you!   

YouTube video

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *