Lego In The News
After visiting and finding inspiration in his own father's love for the theme park, Craig Bacigalupo decided recreating it with LEGO would be a great project with his children and grandchildren. They've been working on it for three years and it's grown from the train station alone to encompassing 10 x 10 feet of Main Street in LEGO brick.
The Lego Disneyland project will be on display at the Lego fan convention BrickSlopes, which takes place at Utah Valley University on June 24-25. In order to move the replica, the display will be taken apart into large pieces that can be easily reassembled at the location. It takes 22 boxes that are 36 inches long and 12 inches wide to transport the entire display.
The video features images of the project as well as Bacigalupo's enviable storage and work room.
Story and video via DeseretNews.com
Have you tried LEGO Worlds yet? Well there's a new reason to check it out.
After a year of block-building in Early Access, LEGO Worlds [official site] is finally adding online multiplayer as part of Update 6. A beta version is now live so you and one pal can partner up/fall out forever in each other’s worlds, making use of the update’s other additions – such as a first-person camera view and grappling hooks – as you see fit.
Check out more details at RockPaperShotgun.com and watch the new trailer which recently debuted at the E3 gaming convention.
"Mac" was brought to the Massapequa Pet Vet by a Good Samaritan who had found him abandoned. Mac doesn't have full feeling in his rear legs, so vet workers put together a way for him to get around with the help of LEGO.
Keep up with updates on Mac and a donation link at Massapequa Pet Vet's Facebook Page