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Minecraft and Star Wars fan Grahame Skeavington is making a shot-for-shot remake of the original Star Wars using Minecraft, and the project is nearing completion.
Making sweet pop culture recreations in Minecraft is nothing new, but
that doesn't mean it's getting old. Check out what the Hoth battle from
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back would look like if George Lucas had used Minecraft
to create all his special effects.
An artist who goes by the name Arun Dhir posted this interesting piece
of Mario art that imagines the art style as though it came straight out
Nick Jensen, a.k.a. Nick Brick has finished his latest LEGO build, a recreation of Halo Reach's M45 Tactical Shotgun that you have to see to believe.
YouTube user lefvandebilder has uploaded the third film in his Super Mario Beads short film collection.
Believe it or not, Yoshi has a scientific name that we've all been ignoring.
Did you ever wonder why Tingle was imprisoned in the first place? Artist Katie Tiedrich, a.k.a. Awkward Zombie, explores one possibility in this Wind Waker-inspired comic strip.
Starting last November, the LEGO building community has paid tribute to
Nate "nnenn" Nielson, a fellow builder who passed away in a car
accident, by building their own renditions of the Vic Viper, using
construction rules Nielson adhered to.
Mega Bloks still holds the Halo license, but that doesn't mean you can't build your own Spartan creations out of Legos.
Cinematics animator Tal Peleg spent years animating and directing his love letter to Visceral Games' 2010 action game Dante's Inferno, and the results are impressive to say the least.
Bethesda recently partnered with parody news site The Onion in order to create a handful of videos related to its games. The latest imagines Wolfenstein as a second person shooter.
Andy Jarosz has made a name for himself online by making miniature recreations of recognizable video game locations.