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  1. Navyfriend

    Spider-Man 3 Final Battle

    file:///C:/Users/Cole Kennedy/Pictures/iPhone Pictures/Building Instructions [Spider-Man 3 Final Battle].html# <-- Here is the link to see the build. The reason I joined this site was so I could show off this build. This build was inspired by a build I found on here that was created by CM4Sci. His was a bit smaller, but still looked very good. However, I wanted to try and make one that I thought would fit the set better. This build contains 471 pieces and features 5 minifigures.
  2. jayfield1979

    Lego Train Web Project

    Hi Guys, I just wanted to share with you a project I am working on in my free time. The idea is to find a great use for the new WebGL capabilities found in most modern browsers (including mobile & tablet). I also want to get TLG interested at some point as an additional resource for the 'games' section of their website or as a stand alone project, much like Google's Build with Chrome. This is just a prototype for now but I am working on the interactivity and will soon turn it into a demo. The beauty of this project is that no plug-in's are required and the code is written entirely in Javascript. This means you should just be able to type in or click on a link (when complete) and dive straight in! I want to make this into a simple train sim game for kids (and fun big people) but it will also feature certain customisable features such as lay your own track and create your own trains (not models i'm afraid). I'll be working on this heavily over the summer this year but just wondered what you guys think or if you have any suggestions? Additionally, although this is a bit optimistic, I am looking for a programmer to help with the project as I am a mere designer, and quite frankly, it's a miracle I got this far! I will get the demo working by September however... maybe in time to include the new 2014 Lego City models! Update: Just to point out the project direction...