Most recently, he added a motor to his LEGO Delorean. Naturally, the Delorean can zoom around Tyler’s kitchen floor.
Due out this fall for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PSP, Windows, Wii, and Nintendo DS, the game is apparently going to include all of the content from the first LEGO Indiana Jones, along with new objectives, a new Crystal Skull section, and a level editor (a first among the current generation of LEGO games).
Like many adult fans of LEGO, Marek Markiewicz wasn’t convinced that the new LEGO Power Miners theme would work. Then Marek built this.
Marek calls his creation boring, but I don’t think heavy equipment can ever be boring. The low-slung vehicle is designed to work in the low-ceilinged tunnels of a mine.
Combining two classic LEGO themes often results in something really cool. The QRT-39 Arufa Dansei “Alpha Male” fighter by Daniel Drisdelle mashes up the classic LEGO Castle theme Wolfpack with Space.
Brickshelf user 3730 presents a scene with classic castle structures and building techniques; however, the varied topography of this creation really sets it apart from the rest. The footpath that leads from the bottom corner to the top ties everything together nicely.
We generally don’t blog two planes by the same builder two days apart, but this Spitfire by Ed Diment (Lego Monster) is too gorgeous to pass up.
The plane has a three-stud-wide fuselage, great camouflage, and a beautiful profile.
Contrary to popular opinion, nnenn doesn’t just build spaceships. This “Wayfinder” transport includes a modular cargo container, a really interesting cockpit, and some funky instruments on the roof.