Monday, October 17, 2011

LEGO WORLD Record Attempt

October 19, 2011, the biggest LEGO event for kids begins: LEGO WORLD

This year there will be something special!
An international team of builders will try to set a new LEGO record. They are going to try to make a Great Ball Contraption of more than 94 modules.
You can read all about the LEGO WORLD RECORD attempt on October 21 in Zwolle (the Netherlands) on

In the meantime I'll let you with a video from the GBC display that was exhibited at the last LW event, in Copenhagen, running with 93 modules.

But as usual, Im sure LW will bring us much more great news and models for our delight.
Stay tunned!

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