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More LEGO Minecraft To Come??? 


Hungarian site, KockaMania must have someone on the inside feeding them information, as yet again they have news about 2 possible new Minecraft sets. While it is only on their say they have been pretty much spot on with other news they have posted. The two sets have the set codes 21105 and 21106.

We know the first Minecraft set has the number 21102 and it has been a massive success, the original run of 10,000 soon sold out as fans wanted a set. We also know 21103 will be the Back to the Future and according to team BTTF the release date for that set will now be the 1st of August, again this is not official news but gives you an idea of when to expect the much anticipated set.

This then also means if 21103 is BTTF and 21105 and 21106 are possible extra Minecraft sets, what will LEGO issue for set number 21104. I think it is safe to assume the next Cuusoo model after BTTF, which could possibly be UCS Sandcrawler, Thinking with Portals or Mars Curiosity Rover. While on the subject of Cuusoo they have done a decent image (see below) to show you which projects are in which review so we know roughly which order we will find out about them.


I reckon we will hear about the results of the next result around the same time as the official announcement of the Back to the Future set. Out of the next 3 in review I reckon the Mars Rover has the best chance, although a UCS Sandcrawler would be awesome. :-)

Once Cuusoo put some of these rumors to bed or confirm we will get it up on Brick Fanatics ASAP.

About the author: Richard

The name is Richard Hayes and I’m a 33 year old from North Sheffield and founder of Brick Fanatics, I’ve been a LEGO fan since my youth but I did have a number of dark years but since coming out of my dark age I have become very active on the LEGO scene. I am also the LEGO Ambassador for the website. I was a founder of Brickshire LUG and in the past been a member of Brickish. By day I work for LEGO as a Digital Planner.

  • Chris

    Personally, I’m pulling for Portal in the next review. The games are astonishingly good and you can’t help but love everything to do with that game. I would buy multiple Portal sets to make a larger MOC. Are you listening LEGO? Take my money!!!

    • Richard

      I’ve never played it, hence my lack of appeal towards it getting picked.

    • brickcluster

      I agree. I haven’t actually played the games having no access to the required console. However the other two designs just don’t interest me personally. I’m eagerly awaiting the decision for the spring 2013 review for the Zelda set!