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Bricks Solution Episode 1: Bridge Solutions

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You may remember that a few days ago we talked about Bricks magazine (see: Brick Magazine Issue 15: LEGO Technic). Since then the team behind the magazine started a video series titled Bricks Solutions, which I’m particularly excited about. Bricks Solutions takes a look at official LEGO sets and ways to modify them to make […]

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Baseplates for LEGO in a rainbow of colors

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LEGO baseplates are always in high demand. They provide a solid support for LEGO creations, so they can be easily displayed and even carried around. Baseplates can also make a great building surface for play. Unfortunately LEGO’s own baseplates are quite thin and a bit flimsy, the color-selection is limited, and they are hard to […]

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Build your own LEGO Pokémon Go characters!

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July has been Pok√©mon Go mania! People running around with their phones, trying to capture Pok√©mon. The game is particularly fun because of the augmented reality feature, which makes it look like you are finding those weird little virtual creatures in your own real world setting. So how is this connected to the LEGO hobby? […]

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LEGO Stay Puft Marshmallow Man instructions

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LEGO fan Brent Waller is well known for opening up the LEGO and Ghostbusters collaboration. His Ghostbusters submission on the LEGO Ideas¬†¬†platform was chosen to become an official set, and was released in 2014 as the #21108 LEGO Ideas Ghostbusters Ecto-1. Since then LEGO also¬†released the #75827 LEGO Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters, the #75828 LEGO Ghostbusters […]

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO Nexo Knights library

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(Written by William) In this Brick Breakdown series I review official LEGO sets, from the perspective of looking at interesting building techniques we can all learn from. Today we will be examining one of the smaller LEGO Nexo Knights sets, the #70324 LEGO Nexo Knights Merlok’s Library 2.0. ūüôā Let me start by saying that […]

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Tiny LEGO sets for your minifigures!

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LEGO has been releasing a number of sets with miniature versions of LEGO boxes, so your minifigs can have their own LEGO sets to play with. The designs come on 1×2 and 2×4 tiles, and they are either printed or stickered. You can attach these decorated tiles to a plate or brick to make a […]

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Who designed your favorite LEGO sets?

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As you build official LEGO sets – especially the ones you really like – you may wonder which LEGO designer worked on them. In the past it was quite difficult to find out who designed a particular LEGO set. Danish people by nature are quite reserved, and they consider talking about their work boastful. So […]

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LEGO & DUPLO size light-bricks by Light Stax

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A couple of years ago I became aware of a product called Light Stax. They are LEGO DUPLO size bricks that light up. While we have discussed other LEGO compatible light-bricks (see links at the end of this post), the uniqueness of Light Stax is that they have a small metal connector in each stud, […]

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