Tag Archives: video games
ccy_8086 has blessed us with a LEGO version of Ryujinmaru that will have you zooming in to look for the well-hidden studs. [MORE]
Mandalorian Basilisk? Who knew? Apparently SpyFlops did. Check out this MOC. [MORE]
Cygnet UD is bringing it back…waaaaaay back…to a simpler time when this control pad transported us to whole new worlds, like 3-1, Hyrule, and Zebes. Combine some solid building with some Photoshopped embellishments, and begin gameplay. [MORE]
Check out Frogger 2.0, a fun little combo of minifig bits and tiny System pieces by Ironsniper Further proof that LEGO is a special toy that encourages a unique level of creative play. Ribbit. [MORE]
ORRANGE STAHL has Killzone on the mind, leading to the creation of “Kaznan Jungle“. This MOC features some great building techniques as well as some pretty nice looking figs. A LEGO treat for Killzone fans or those of us who know nothing about the game. [MORE]
The Brothers Merz have been building an army, and this year’s BrickMagic witnessed its full might. Check out the shots of their award-winning display. You may be tempted to time-travel to the future just so to enlist. [MORE]
AFOL Nintendo enthusiast wagner of the brick treats to yet another great MOC of gaming goodness. This time it’s a scene from “Kirby’s Epic Yarn” where our hero once again encounters Whispy Woods. It begs the question, “Where is that Nintendo license, anyway?” [MORE]
Nope, there aren’t any “TRON: Legacy” licensed sets coming anytime soon, but in the DIY spirit of building toys, Cygnet has produced this pretty stunning Sam Flynn figure. I hope someone at TLG is taking notes. [MORE]
Thanks to my time at Bricks by the Bay last month, I was able to meet the good folks at Brick Command. This prompted me to offer Ka-GO readers the same opportunity to get some insight into what things look like behind the scenes at one of the great custom accessory houses.
Ka-GO is honored to offer Cygnet UD’s first contribution, a BEHIND THE BUILD interview with master modder Pedro. This piece focuses on Pedro’s recent mod of Hazel’s Emile helmet from Halo Reach. It’s a great look into one of the best minifig customizer’s approach to the craft.