LEGO Ideas Retro Bowling Alley Gets 10K Support

Retro Bowling Alley

Following the success of the Mini-fig Scale Project Gemini earlier this month, we now have our next 2020 LEGO Ideas First Review Stage qualifier. The Retro Bowling Alley by Astronaut Avila managed to get 10,000 fan support over at the LEGO Ideas platform, effectively taking a step closer to becoming an official LEGO set.

If you recall, fan builder Astronaut Avila is also the person behind another 10K achieving project which is the Modular Arcade during the LEGO Ideas 2018 First Review Stage. Though this retro-styled gaming hub did not manage to best the rest of the entries dominated by now official LEGO Ideas sets The Flintstones (21316) and Tree House (21318), I am hopeful that this next entry will eventually get the thumbs-up approval of the LEGO Ideas Design Team.

Here’s a quick rundown of what to expect from this LEGO Ideas project.

LEGO Ideas Retro Bowling Alley

Following the theme of 10260 Downtown Diner, I present the Retro Bowling Alley. Features include:

  • Classic street sign
  • Large bowling pin pillars
  • Fully detailed kitchen with milkshake machine
  • Several printed tiles including a classic score sheet
  • 2 Exclusive bowling outfit torsos
  • Gold, silver, and bronze bowling ball trophy shelf
  • Gumball machine
  • And more!

Retro Bowling Alley

The LEGO Ideas Retro Bowling Alley joins the roster of other LEGO product ideas that qualified for the 2020 LEGO Ideas First Review Stage including Mary Poppins, Cherry Tree Lane, Tesla Cybertruck, Untitled Goose Game, UCS Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Train Station: Studgate, SpaceX Falcon 9, Mini-fig Scale Project Gemini.

What do you think of Astronaut Avila’s product idea? Do you think the Retro Bowling Alley has a good chance of becoming an official LEGO Ideas set? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Author: Albert Balanza

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