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CHRISTER STOKKER KNUTSEN from NORWAY on 24-Jan-2010 wrote :-
ttp://spacepolice.lego.com/en-US/default.aspx TRYING SCARE AWAY KONSEKVENS WITH POLICE

CHRISTER STOKKER KNUTSEN from NORWAY on 24-Jan-2010 wrote :-
OUR NEW CASE PERLONLINE LEGO CORPORATION MISUSES

CHRISTER STOKKER KNUTSEN from NORWAY on 24-Jan-2010 wrote :-
5635 Big City Zoo

CHRISTER STOKKER KNUTSEN from NORWAY on 24-Jan-2010 wrote :-
DUPLON HAS GONE DIFFERENT TOO ROUNDER ://duplo.lego.com/en-us/products/5649.aspx#5648 TO SAND U CAN FIND THAT IN PYRAMIDES, I GET NO MONEY FOR WHAT I CREATE AND THEY TRY STEAL TO SELL IT TO HUMANS.

CHRISTER STOKKER KNUTSEN from NORWAY on 24-Jan-2010 wrote :-
LEGO Universe BRICK GAME? GOVERMENT TOOK OVER LEGO DENMARK. CHRISTER

CHRISTER STOKKER KNUTSEN from NORWAY on 24-Jan-2010 wrote :-
information will become available closer to the game’s 2010 public premier. PROMISES WE SHALL GET TO KNOW SOMETHING?

CHRISTER STOKKER KNUTSEN from NORWAY on 24-Jan-2010 wrote :-
Facts and Fun for Parents
The LEGO Group is currently developing its first ever massively multiplayer online game (MMOG): LEGO Universe. The company’s legendary quality standards determine how children play in every area of the online playground that is LEGO.com, so parents expect fun, creativity and quality to be built into LEGO Universe.

As parents, you may also be interested in practical questions like how much the game will cost or how it will be kept safe for your children. We’ve begun to address these questions in the frequently asked questions section of LEGOuniverse.com, and additional information will become available closer to the game’s 2010 public premier.

Parents can also learn about the LEGO Group’s policies on the safety of its online products at parents.lego.com. Simply exploring LEGOuniverse.com will also turn up a lot of information about the game—and it is a lot of fun!

Additionally, the LEGO Universe team has been dialoging with fans on the LEGO message boards since the earliest stages of the game’s development. Those discussions inform every update of LEGOuniverse.com, and the game’s developers follow them closely, so the forums are an excellent place to voice your desires for LEGO Universe.

The LEGO Group aims to make this new parents section of LEGOuniverse.com a lively social hub for moms and dads seeking information about the game, and for parents looking to get involved in evolving LEGO Universe. Stay tuned for more fun and informative features as the site develops!
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CHRISTER STOKKER KNUTSEN from NORWAY on 24-Jan-2010 wrote :-
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