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The Lego Digital Designer CAD software was developed and published by The LEGO Group from 2004-2016.
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Questions about the freeware LDraw 3D design program.
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Focusing on a series of playable games of different types, all of which use Lego bricks, and use the Lego concept of building to encourage players to change adapt the rules of the games.
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Questions relating to the LEGO Group specifically, rather than about bricks, building techniques, etc.
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Questions regarding LEGO retail outlets owned by The LEGO Company and the LEGO Online store.
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A Java Virtual Machine that can run on Mindstorms intelligent bricks.
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The Lord of The Rings
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LEGO User Group bulk purchase.
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The technique of disassembling two or more parts from one another.
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Questions about the industrial manufacturing process of brick toys or related materials.
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Building at a much smaller than standard minifigure scale. Official sets at micro-scale are often labelled "mini".
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only for general Mindstorms questions and compatibility. If the question refers specifically to the EV3, NXT, or RCX, then use those tags instead.
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The iconic LEGO® character. They have pose-able heads, arms, hands and legs. Many accessories are available including hair, hats, back-packs, tools and weapons
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In the LEGO communuity MOC stands for 'My Own Creation'. Use this tag for questions regarding issues with constructing various features beyond simple structures.
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a model based?
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Series of minifigure scale buildings designed for ages 16 and over.
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Motors can be used with various Mindstorms and Power Functions sets to add movement.
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a high-level programming language for the Lego Mindstorms NXT.
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A programmable robotics brick released by the LEGO company in late July 2006 and uses Technic connectors. This was preceded by the original RCX brick, and succeeded by the EV3 brick.