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Attack of the Legos

Post by Serman » 03 Sep 2007, 19:11

I was messing around with the Lego Digital Designer the other day, and I made this Pulse Laser Python Tracks...
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Re: Attack of the Legos

Post by Kayiaxo » 03 Sep 2007, 20:30

Looks nice, but still I'm sure a real wz2100 tank pownz it ^_^
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Re: Attack of the Legos

Post by Serman » 03 Sep 2007, 21:35

The Lego Digital Designer has almost NO choice of blocks. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

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Re: Attack of the Legos

Post by DevUrandom » 03 Sep 2007, 22:37

lol, nice one! I can imagine:
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Post by Troman » 04 Sep 2007, 13:47

Would be nice indeed. ;)
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Post by Ziasod » 04 Sep 2007, 16:08

aint there copyrights over lego?

recall 1 game removed a simulair to WoW mob (Sven Co-OP mod of half life) once because of certain terms of the copyrights :P
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Re: Attack of the Legos

Post by Serman » 04 Sep 2007, 16:19

It's not a mod, I just posted a picture.  ???

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Post by Ziasod » 04 Sep 2007, 19:18

any female cyborgs pictures?  8)
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Post by Giel » 04 Sep 2007, 22:25

Ziasod wrote: aint there copyrights over lego?
Nope, though the name "Lego" is probably a registered trademark, meaning a mod probably shouldn't be called anything with "Lego" in it.

As for the "bricks" it's just a shape, using it will get some people in Denmark angry at the most (I believe that's where Lego originates from), it won't get you sued (I ain't no laywer though, but sueing people over how something looks like is unlikely to happen and even less likely to be allowed by any sane judge).
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Ah I see you're referring to Seven of Nine right ? ;)
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Re: Attack of the Legos

Post by Kayiaxo » 05 Sep 2007, 08:48

Giel wrote: Ah I see you're referring to Seven of Nine right ? ;)
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Re: Attack of the Legos

Post by whalefsh » 15 Sep 2007, 21:52

Serman wrote: The Lego Digital Designer has almost NO choice of blocks. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
I remember technic chains that *could* be used for tracks if you have enough of them.

As tempted as I am to have a look for some and build your design next time I go back to my parents house (where my lego still lives and Dad still plays with :P), it may be a while before I'm next back and I can't really justify buying lego when I need stuff like food.

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Re: Attack of the Legos

Post by lav_coyote25 » 16 Sep 2007, 04:22

seems to me i saw a lego mcburger and fries display a while back... never tried to sample them though... they (the fries) looked crispy good...mmmmmmmmm mmmm mm. ;D
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Re: Attack of the Legos

Post by Serman » 16 Sep 2007, 07:48

whalefsh wrote: I remember technic chains that *could* be used for tracks if you have enough of them.

As tempted as I am to have a look for some and build your design next time I go back to my parents house (where my lego still lives and Dad still plays with :P), it may be a while before I'm next back and I can't really justify buying lego when I need stuff like food.
Anybody with at least a 2 year love of legos will have the required pieces in their legobox.

I can't say the same about the wheels it's using, though... not a very common piece.

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Re: Attack of the Legos

Post by whalefsh » 16 Sep 2007, 17:09

Aye, I know.

I might have a couple of those wheels but I'm not sure.

This is a bad thread lol.  I started looking for those chains and found educational Lego stuff.  Oops.  It's all pretty sweet.  Solar panels, sensors and the like.

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Re: Attack of the Legos

Post by 2_Late » 16 Sep 2007, 21:23

WOOT! Legos for the win! :)

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