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Hi there, I made a Mario 8-bit based on the 30th anniversary Amiibo. I had to change to reddish brown for the torso part because my dark tan was depleted. :p More pictures on my Flickr page https://www.flickr.com/photos/118506643@N02/ Have a good Sunday!
Toodles, y'all, Most of you probably know about Okoto Online Game. For those of you who don't, you can play it here, for free and download-less.http://www.bzpower.c...er-ii-released/ Yesterday I checked the list of playthroughs it's had, just for old time's sake. And I realised that OOG is pushing the 1000 mark. This is a pretty big milestone, especially since I stopped marketing the game back around April. Special thanks to the people who've continued to play it since then, on here and the BZPower forums. Anyway, I'd like to do something for the fans, like I did at the other milestones. But 1000 plays is big, and it deserves a gesture of similar magnitude. So what I propose is this: Chapter III was ready to be released when my computer packed in. If 100 people vote for this to go through, I'm going to tweak and brush up the third chapter before releasing it onto the internet. This will take a fair bit of time, time which I could be using to do actual work (which I get paid for), so that's why I'm using the voting system to see if enough people are interested. But yeah. 100 votes, and a whole new chapter of OOG to play through. It's in your hands, guys [;)] Click here to vote: http://fanaticstudios.weebly.com
I've always wanted to make this classic console out of Lego, finally got around to it this past week. Lego NES by weltall1028, on Flickr It's very close to the real thing in size. The front has a power light, power and reset buttons, opening cartridge slot, and 2 controller ports. Lego NES by weltall1028, on Flickr The back has the power input (Technic brick with a harpoon gun inside), channel 3/4 switch, and the RF out (chrome 1x1 cone with a 1x1 stud with hole). Lego NES by weltall1028, on Flickr Real NES carts fit into the cartridge slot. Lego NES by weltall1028, on Flickr When pushed down all the way, the power light comes on. Lego NES by weltall1028, on Flickr Had some extra room on the inside, so I decided to add a random lightsaber duel. Lego NES by weltall1028, on Flickr The buttons have a rubber band behind them pushing out, and another rubber band going through them which pulls them inward. This enables the buttons to spring back into place. Lego NES by weltall1028, on Flickr The cartridge slot uses a hydraulic liftarm. You can view the entire photoset here. You can view a video of the MOC .