Thousands of people around the world love Flexo but we’re not content to stay where we are. The Flexo development team are continuing to reinvent the way we play with construction bricks and our successful 2017 Kickstarter campaign is helping us bring some new products to fruition.
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What New Products Are Flexo Releasing?
2×1 Triangular Bricks
We’re loving our new triangular brick – there’s going to be oodles of designs you can use these beauties for. They’ll literally fill a gap in many of your multidimensional Flexo creations and we think the starfish looks super cute – he’s made entirely of triangular bricks joined with tendons.
2×2 Circular Brick with Axle Hole
This brick helps make Flexo more compatible with Lego Technics and having no corners makes them much more comfortable when used for making Flexo jewelry.
We’re releasing eight new brick colours, available in a Neutrals range and a Brights range. All Flexo bricks, both original and new, will be available in the new colours.
Limited Edition Glow In The Dark Tendons
Add some nighttime zing to your Flexo builds with glow in the dark tendons. They make your models come alive at night!
A cute starfish made from the new Flexo Triangle brick
Flexo bracelet with circular and triangular bricks and glow in the dark tendons
How does Kickstarter work?
Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects. Everything from films, games, and music to art, design, and technology. Kickstarter is full of ambitious, innovative, and imaginative ideas that are brought to life through the direct support of others.
Everything on Kickstarter must be a project with a clear goal, like making an album, a book, or a work of art. A project will eventually be completed, and something will be produced by it.
A project is a finite work with a clear goal that you’d like to bring to life. Think albums, books, or films. The funding goal is the amount of money that a creator needs to complete their project.
Funding on Kickstarter is all-or-nothing. No one will be charged for a pledge towards a project unless it reaches its funding goal. This way, creators always have the budget they scoped out before moving forward.