7 comments on “Take an 8-bit Trip with Tomas Redigh & Daniel Larsson

  1. Jacob

    The chiptune is pretty good (a bit shiny for my tastes), but that animation is AWESOME. They even got smooth camera panning, a rare beast in the world of amateur brickfilms. Thanks, nnenn.

  2. Jai

    The Pong bit is nothing short of miraculous, but the whole video is amazing! The “Try to get a NES to work” part (1:35) was unexpected and hilarious, as well. :)

  3. KingJeffy

    I am also a Lego builder, i have just recently started back up building Lego creations. I found a random box of Lego’s in a back room in my house and so i decided to build something at random. Be board and building anything soon turned into a 4 and a half hour long process of building a Mario. He took me forever to build because when I found a picture of him it wasn’t a Lego design but was just a zoomed in 8-Bit picture. I finally finished him and even brought him into school with me. Mario was a huge hit. Only my girlfriend ignored me till I put him away. But anyway I think that I want to be bigger and build more Lego sculptures. Where I am getting at is that do you know of a place where I could be my hands on Lego’s in bulk? The hard part about my searches it that I can’t ever find orange/green/brown/purple Lego’s. This is a school assignment that I got from my teacher and basically we have to find a blog and be apart of it (respond,post ect.). So the sooner you are able to get back to me the better. -A Big Fan of Lego’s
    -Matt McInnis

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