An item that was almost overlooked thanks to the craziness of ToyFair was the official reveal of the Lego Minecraft Micro World set at Lego World Copenhagen. This set started as an idea on the Lego Cuusoo community site and received 10000 supporting votes to bring attention to the idea. The original creators of sets/ideas that are pushed through to production earn 1% of the total net sales of the product. Minecraft developer, Mojang, has stated that they will be donating their 1% that they receive to charity.
The set will be available for purchase this summer in select Lego brand retail stores and the Lego online shop. It can be preordered right now though, exclusively through Mojang retail partner Jinx and will set you back $34.95.
The Lego Minecraft Micro World is set number 21102 and will total 480 pieces, including four Lego Minecraft modules, extra pieces for wood, dirt and stone, and two “Micro Mobs“: Steve and the iconic Creeper.