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LEGO Tachikoma Can Be Official, but It Needs More Than Eleven Individuals to Vote for It

by Lambert Varias
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Peer Kreuger put his motorized LEGO Tahickoma tank up on Cuusoo and needs your support for the powers that be to notice it. If you’re a Ghost in the Shell fan that should be all that you need to know, but in case you still need more motivation, here’s a look at the toy:

lego tachikoma by peer kreuger aka mahj

Still not impressed? What if I told you that it can wave its arms and move its head? No? What if I told you that it has wheels but can also walk? No? What if I show you all those things I just said?

Kreuger estimates that the toy will sell for $150-$200(USD) if it becomes a real product. That’s a big if; as per Cuusoo rules, gathering the required 10,000 votes is no guarantee that LEGO will make it a real product, just that they will consider the possibility. But a true Section 9 operative never gives up, so go to LEGO Cuusoo and vote for the Tachikoma – and tell your friends to do the same. I bet if LEGO includes a Laughing Man sticker with every toy it will sell like crazy.

[via The Brothers Brick]



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