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Portal and Portal 2 were two of the best games of the 21st century. While the first game was a blast to play, the latter really stepped up the humor and story development between its main characters, Chell, GLaDOS, and Wheatley.
We love video games and LEGO around here, and this awesome LEGO Breath of the Wild diorama combines both of those loves in one. Designed by a guy going by “Hanwasyellowfirst,” this Breath of the Wild set looks like it could be an official kit.
LEGO wrote the book on building blocks and now building blocks are making the LEGO book. Things have come full circle. I mean brick. Check out these official product shots of the $70 ‘Once Upon A Brick’ pop-up LEGO storybook that will be released on November 1st.
LEGO has confirmed the launch of an awesome new kit that started as a LEGO Ideas project by Voltron fan len_d69. The official LEGO Voltron is a gigantic 2,321-piece lit that lets you build up the Defender of the Universe.
LEGO and aquarium are two words that don’t usually go together. As versatile as the bricks are, I’m guessing the gaps aren’t water-tight. That’s why you don’t see giant LEGO ships traveling the world’s oceans, delivering LEGO sets where they are needed.
LEGO sells all kinds of kits but they don’t currently make any which let you build a musical instrument. That could change if this LEGO Ideas grand piano model gets enough fan support.
Eduard Reynolds designed this nifty LEGO replica of a concert grand piano, and it looks fantastic.
Dungeons and Dragons fans are going to love this conceptual 3,000-piece Dungeon Master set created by LEGO Ideas user Ymarilego. These would be an awesome role-playing aid, and I’m not the only one who thinks so.
A Jeep Wrangler is about as aerodynamic as a brick, has terrible fuel economy, and isn’t that comfortable compared to other cars in its price range. It’s also about 100x more awesome than just about any other SUV out there.