Fall Review Deadline: You’re Running Out of Time!

Did you know that the fall LEGO Review deadline is just around the corner? How summer has flown by! Congratulations to the projects that have qualified to date: Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover, the UCS Sandcrawler, and of course, Thinking with Portals. What other projects will make the cut? Maybe yours?

Now is the time to promote, promote promote! Tell your friends to go and support your project, share it on your networks, send an email blast to colleagues, even stop and tell people on the street about it – spread the word the best you can! Past projects (think Minecraft) have shown that sometimes the votes can come in practically overnight once these projects are shared within the right groups. Just remember the House Rules; please don’t promote your project in the comments on LEGO CUUSOO itself, it’s way spammy, and you don’t want to be that guy.

The fall deadline is 12:59 p.m. GMT September 3rd, 2012. Projects that reach 10,000 supporters before this deadline will be considered for production in the Fall LEGO Review. For details on the quarterly review process, read this.

Stay tuned for an official announcement September 4th to congratulate the Fall LEGO Review qualifiers.

But wait…what about the Summer Review?!
We know you’re at the edge of your seats to find out which projects will pass the Summer LEGO Review. We’re just as eager to share the news as you are to hear it. Like we’ve said before (and maybe you’re sick of hearing it), this process involves factors outside of our control, so it can take some time. However, I can tell you that an official announcement will occur in a matter of weeks, not months, and we’ll update you on the exact timeframe when we know ourselves.

Lastly, if you’re wondering who I am…

My name is Sara, and you’ll be seeing me around LEGO CUUSOO from time to time. Many of you know me from ReBrick, but check out my profile to learn more.

3 thoughts on “Fall Review Deadline: You’re Running Out of Time!

  1. "weeks, not months" it’s now been a month. You know, this whole idea of just saying, the project is "in review" for months and months and months doesn’t really work. I wish you guys would implement some sort of system that updated viewers throughout the months. you don’t have to give us an overall date or time span that the results would be released, but maybe update us with what step in the review process it is currently at so we don’t feel like the projects are in a state of never ending limbo. And you should update as soon as a project passes or fails instead of holding it for the rest to be completed. That way people who are waiting for a specific project don’t have to wait an inordinate amount of time. I understand why the copy right projects are taking awhile, but what about the western town?Just my 2 cents.

  2. I used to jump on once a day just to check if the projects finally completed the review process. At first I was excited, but now I check maybe once every 3 or 4 days because I’ve come to expect seeing the "review" tag. I honestly doubt I’ll ever see these projects completed, I feel like I’m looking for bigfoot or something.

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