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This Spinning 3-Axis LEGO Thrill Ride Makes Minifigs Dizzy

by Conner Flynn
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As further evidence that you can make anything with LEGO, we are now making minifigures puke their guts out on tiny amusement park rides. Check out this 3-axis LEGO Technic thrill ride made by LEGO enthusiast Shadow Elenter.

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The ride is called 3D Dizzy, and I have to say the details in this motorized build are impressive. The creativity and engineering skills it took to build this thing are amazing, even if all it does it torture LEGO people. It even has safety lap restraints that automatically engage before the access ramps fold down and the ride begins. Though if I made a ride like this, I’d include little piles of LEGO vomit that the minifigs coughed up.

The minifigs all have their arms up, the safety bars close, and then the ride begins. You can’t help but feel sorry for these poor helpless little plastic people. After it does its thing, the ride slows and the safety bars open up again, but the LEGO peeps don’t get off. Oh no. The torture is eternal. They stay to ride again… and again… and again.

[via The Awesomer]



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