Ever wonder what the game Portal would look like in LEGO with a Steampunk twist? Arkov shows us what he thinks. Check out the nifty steampunk turret. Are you still there?
LEGO Portal models on The Brothers Brick | Page 2
I promise, we are not in fact contractually obligated to blog all Portal or Valve-inspired LEGO creations. But this Spontaneous Portal Generator Prototype II (aka Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device) by Neaku (also on Flickr) definitely caught my eye: Via BioniBlog, where Ean has a nice overview of the latest Bionicle Building Contest over at Continue reading →
“This chamber has been replaced with a live fire course designed for military androids. The Enrichment Center apologizes for the inconvenience and wishes you the best of luck.”
I am admittedly a Valve fanboy, and I especially love Portal, the acclaimed puzzle game originally bundled with The Orange Box. When I saw this vignette my Mister_007 featuring one of those child-like (and lethal) turrets, I had to blog it immediately. And remember, the turrets don’t hate you.
…but I think we’re legally obligated at this point to blog all LEGO creations inspired by Valve’s Portal. Victor Vitale‘s contribution to the genre includes the best Portal gun yet: Previous Portal love on The Brothers Brick: Our previous statement suggesting that we would not monitor this chamber was an outright fabrication. The Weighted Companion Continue reading →
Our previous statement suggesting that we would not monitor this chamber was an outright fabrication.
Harrison sends Chell through a series of tests in this vignette inspired by Portal:
Since I’m running an older Mac here at home (too old to dual-boot or run VPC), my knowledge of Portal is limited — and reinterpreted — by the many LEGO creations the game has inspired. Nevertheless, I recognize a good Weighted Companion Cube when I see one. Le’pena uses mainly Technic and Bionicle pieces to Continue reading →
If you haven’t seen the recent Cave Racer fad taking over LEGO areas of Flickr, you must be living under a rock. If you haven’t played (or at least recognize) the epic game Portal, you’ve definitely been living under a rock. Well, while trying to survive school, I decided to try my hand at a Continue reading →
Nate Mac, (aka qthering) has created an amazingly accurate vignette of the video game Portal. I had the same idea of using fire pieces to create the portals, but I was beaten to it!