Ooh! Fun. A snazzy Flash-based Lego web experience. Best use of Flash, ever!
Warning: Extraordinarily addictive.
[Also: There’s a new link in the Photos section. Fresh photos, by popular request.]
Posted at 5:10 PM
There’s another fun, yet addictive, flash game site at Plastelina. You can use my login and password email@example.com/plastelina to access the “pay” games.
Posted by Jessyca Wallace on April 1, 2002 12:03 PM
do you guys have a favorite lego brick? mine was always the 4x2.
Posted by Rachelle Bowden on April 1, 2002 12:20 PM
Jessyca: Which one, specifically?
Rachelle: Favorite brick? No. Favorite set? The original space monorail. Awesome.
Posted by Walt Dickinson on April 1, 2002 6:24 PM
i never had sets that i remember (maybe a few tiny technic sets) just a big red suitacase full o’ parts. too many really - very unorganized and hard to find stuff. i remember searching for way too long by digging through the parts with my hand. painful.
Posted by Nick Runco on April 1, 2002 8:47 PM
Yeah, I’ve definitely been there. I had a table in my room for quite a while at the foot of my bed which had a 3 by 4 tile (you know those large, square road and land tiles they made?) area laid out on which I would construct and reconstruct vast, complicated scenes. And pulling apart the bricks was always the most painful part.
Posted by Walt Dickinson on April 1, 2002 9:30 PM
which one what? which one’s addictive? the queens (series 2) is fairly annoying because it should be so simple…
Posted by Jessyca Wallace on April 1, 2002 10:56 PM
i just meant that .. hmm.. say i was to build a house.. .i would always use the double wides instead of the single wides.. like the 4x2 instead of the 4x1. i’m weird. i know.
Posted by Rachelle Bowden on April 2, 2002 5:40 AM
double wides suck.
Posted by Nick Runco on April 2, 2002 3:37 PM
you suck! (shut up, that’s all i could think of)
Posted by Rachelle Bowden on April 3, 2002 8:36 AM