Awesome iOS game will make an even awesomer Lego set

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This superfan would like to see Monument Valley in the real world.
This superfan would like to see Monument Valley in the real world.
Photo: Isometry/Lego Ideas

A Monument Valley fan has taken to the Lego Ideas website with plans to create real-life Lego models out of the award winning iOS game.

Lego Ideas user Isometry has created a page that you can log in and vote for if you want to support the project; it costs nothing but your time to do so.

And why wouldn’t you? This is a fantastic way to bring one of the best iOS games into the real world.

Monument Valley is the award-winning iOS game that has secret, Escher-like pathways, soothing and zen-like gameplay, and a mysterious world through which you guide silent princess Ida and her friend, Totem to figure out what’s going on. Each puzzle you help Ida solve brings you closer to finding forgiveness while outwitting the Crow People.

Halcyon Court
Halcyon Court
Photo: Isometry/Lego Ideas

The game has sold over two million copies and has won multiple awards, including iOS Game of the Year in 2015 and an Apple Design award in 2014.

Isometry’s project is inspired by this game and hopes to “capture the journey through a creative 3-D experience.”

Princess Ida, her friend Totem, and a Crow person.
Princess Ida, her friend Totem, and a Crow person.
Photo: Isometry/Lego Ideas

The set includes four modular, interactive and minimalist landscape themes from the game, including The Garden, The Labyrinth, the Water Palace, and Halcyon Court. It also has plans for Ida, Totem, and a Crow person, along with various stickers that enhance the Lego bricks themselves to add illusion and depth to match the digital environments as well.

This isn’t the first time a video game has been made into the famous modular brick set. Minecraft also started as a user-submitted Lego Idea and has since been put into production by the Danish toy company.

The Water Palace.
The Water Palace.
Photo: Isometry/Lego Ideas

Head on over to the Lego Ideas project page to support this killer project and make Monument Valley Legos a reality.