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Aaron Hughes directed this clever little video called Person Pinball. As
the title suggests, this video imagines a life-sized version of pinball
where the balls and flippers are people and the street is a playground.
You've seen the cast from Team Fortress before. But have you seen them...IN LEGO?!
Some people are just too talented for their own good. Sculptor Kerry Dyer was inspired by a Garrus artwork piece sent by a friend, and decided to turn that piece into a series of turian figures.
What do you do if the video game figures you want to buy don't exist? Make your own like this inspired Mega Man fan.
The Cacodemon from Doom is an oddly shaped circular beat that doesn't
seem like it would lend itself to Legos, but Bart De Dobbelaer went for
There have been times in our life where we've played a game so much that
we began to imagine it in real life. Mario Kart was one of those games.
This video is like a waking dream.
This Zero figure is for sale, but not in the mass produced action figure
in plastic casing sort of way that we are normally used to. This one has been custom
created by designer Jin Saotome.
Katie and Barry went the extra mile to create an original side-scrolling video game to let their friends know about their upcoming nuptials.
If you haven't been able to figure it out yet, we love Etsy. Part of the
reason is that you can find incredible custom, handmade video game gear
like these Final Fantasy Vans.
Check out this fan art, featuring the Deku Tree and the Hyrulian life it supports.
Ever wonder what Mega Man looks like on the inside? No? Well, here it is in Lego form.