I don't know how to embed a tweet, but you can find the relevant information here. It will be available on January 1st 2022 for $69.99 / £59.99 / €69.99, and while it doesn't quite match the original pitch, I hope you find the design we were able to produce to be of interest! --- ORIGINAL POST BELOW --- Hi y'alls. There isn't exactly a great pre-existing place to share this, so I'm taking a chance that General Sonic Discussion works. If it doesn't, please move it elsewhere! The original design. LEGO Ideas is a service run by the company of the same name that allows people to submit concepts for potential new sets. If a bunch of people vote up the idea within the duration of the campaign, there's a good chance it'd get turned into an actual set release. A bunch of concepts for different things have already passed through the system - various media franchises and a bunch of space exploration vehicles, for example. Kind of like Kickstarter, but without any exchange of money while they're gathering support, and the time limit gets extended when enough people have supported it. Projects have reached 10,000 supporters and been rejected before, but LEGO and SEGA have already teamed up once for a very low-key affair, so I don't see any major obstacles if this gets off the ground. There's quite a bit of a write-up in the campaign's description, but here's a little extra just for Retro: if you're looking at that image and going "yeah yeah, why is it another Green Hill?", it's because that is straight up the most popular level of the franchise. Sure, Studiopolis, Flying Battery, and Titanic Monarch are richer themes, but I'm not sure any of those have mass-market appeal quite like this zone does, given it's *the* iconic environment everyone thinks of. Plus, it means I get to include a giant boss machine for Eggman to pilot that has plenty of opportunities for action functions, as is in the true spirit of LEGO. If you're interested, why not click the link in the above paragraph and check it out? I'd be happy to answer any questions yalls'd have. Thanks for reading!