LEGO Fans Rejoice – LEGO has Finally Released An Official Product For Adults


If you loved LEGO as a kid then you're in for an absolute treat as LEGO has just collaborated with IndieGooGo enterprise, to create a new set of LEGO that will be catered towards adults!!! 

While you may be familiar with the toy sets as a way to placate rowdy kids, LEGO wants to encourage adults to use play as a way de-stress.

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    The new LEGO FORMA is more of a “creative project” than their child set counterparts, said Kari Vinther, Senior Marketing Manager and Head of Creative Play Lab Pilots. The display set is a 294 piece model Koi fish

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    It includes a gear system to generate a life-like swimming motion along with unique customizable skins that include Shark Skin, Splash Skin, Koi Skin, and even a decorate your own with Ink Koi Skin.

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    “The young adults we speak to tell us they still feel the urge to be creative and enjoy the physical experience of making stuff – but life seems to get in the way,” said Vinther. Both companies hope the product facilitates a way for adults to disconnect from their screens. And tap into their creative side through a fun challenge.

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    The model is small enough to be a cute addition to any room around the house. “We want to help them [adults] rediscover the joy of building that children possess and unleash their imaginations for a couple of hours”.

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  17. See how it works in the video below!

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