Google and Lego Want You to Build a Virtual Lego Land in Australia

Stan Schroeder
June 26, 2012
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Marking the 50th anniversary of the Lego brick in Australia, Google Chrome and Lego have teamed up to create Build -- a program that lets you build 3D Lego creations and place them on a map.

To join, choose a plot of land on Google's map and start building. Alternatively, you can explore buildings created by other users -- either on the map itself, or by browsing through recent or most viewed creations.

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Right now, you can unleash your Lego imagination in Australia and New Zealand, but the Build program might be launched globally at a later date.

Of course, if you want to join in, you must follow . Your work has to be original, it cannot offend or shock others, promote religious or political ideologies or advertise a brand.

Build is available at .

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