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Questions about LEGO advent calendars.
Questions about LEGO bricks and models interacting with water. For floating, submerging, containing, using as a medium or other applications.
A railway in which the track consists of a single rail, typically elevated and with the trains suspended from it.
Questions regarding gameplay of LEGO Video Games should be asked on the gaming Stack Exchange site (Arqade)
For questions about 3D printing Lego-compatible parts. Generic 3D printing questions can be asked on our sister site 3D Printing Stack Exchange.
Questions regarding the weight of a LEGO brick, set, or instruction booklet.
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.
Building at a much smaller than standard minifigure scale. Official sets at micro-scale are often labelled "mini".
Apple's operating system designed for mobile devices including the iPod, iPhone and iPad.
Making a profit out of LEGO.
Series of minifigure scale buildings designed for ages 16 and over.
a global programme for 9-16 year olds designed to get them interested in science and technology.
Which of the many different scales that a model could be built at should you use?
Purchasing LEGO products with the intent of re-selling for a profit.
A line of dungeon crawl style board games produced by the LEGO company.
In this context quality refers to product strength and durability, color consistency, etc.
Refers to the LEGO brand EV3 Gyro sensor or the NXT Gyro sensor from HiTechnic.
a video game for consoles (PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Wii-U) which relies on lego toys equipped with NFC tags. The toys are used to add characters or to create patterns in or…
For question-related to balls in LEGO sets.
Questions relating to the Lego Architecture theme