Remember when all the Star Wars movies came out and Lego made a game that let you play through all six episodes? Well they’re doing it again, only this time for Jurassic Park. Play through all the movies, including the new Jurassic World one, and relive all your favorite scenes.
BlobVanDam is a 3D animator and a Doctor Who fan. Combing this love of Doctor Who with the Lego Style has resulted in two great looking fan shorts. The first recreates the Time of the Doctor episode where Matt Smith turns into Peter Capaldi. The other is a short example of what a Lego Doctor Who game might look like.
Swedish LEGO builders from Swebrick created a huge post-apocalyptic diorama that could easily be a scene from Mad Max or from another similar franchise.
I can imagine Max and Furiosa driving down that road. This just screams for an stop motion short to be made.
Here are some highlights photographed by Jonas Wide and Christer Nyberg.
One of the best things about playing with Legos as kid was the unending creativity possible. Digitally, the highly popular game Minecraft has dominated this space allowing it’s users to create the things they wanted one block at a time. The game was often described as Lego-like. Now Lego is developing a digital video game to compete. Lego Worlds is currently on steam early access, a way for developers to let players test the game before it’s finished.
Watch this great fan short that Adrewfilm created. He gave the Lego treatment to some of his favorite games like: Portal, Skyrim, Bioshock, and Counter Strike.