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  1. Hello There This is about the Nexo Knights Merlok 2.0 games app, which is a wonderful game. My son loves LEGO NEXO Knights, he collected a bunch of sets and also NEXO Powers in the late phase of it and enjoyed of course also the game/app Nexo Knights Merlok 2.0. Unfortnunatelly, this is a bit outdated, but I am his costumer support ;-). Now we have an issue to run the game/app. We had it once on a device installed and properly running. Due to reasons (space) and briefly changed focus of LEGO themes, we deinstalled not knowing the faith of the APP. In the meantime the APP has been removed from the Play Store, but there is a fair amount of pages, where I can get the APP from (apk and OBB data). I can provide links if anyone is interested. However, I cannot manage to make it run now properly, there are some settings on steps to consider for the installation, so I get it run there, but in the last step it asks for an wifi/net connection to “recall Merloks mermory”. I guess this is somehow an initiation of the game, can´t remember first time how it did, it did. Now I get an error (in german) that the game cannot connect to wifi/net saying that during the loading an error occurred and I shall reload and check the connection. Well the connection isn´t the real problem and I tried reload various times, reinstallation and also on two other devices to see, even the one device initially installed where it worked years back – same result. The questions are now: Has any one experienced the same issue and found a solution? Any Idea were to search for solutions or ideas? I screened googled intensely, but might have missed something. Does anyone have the game still running and working? I contacted the LEGO Helpdesk, contrary to feedbacks I have seen here to other topics, they are wonderful people, had no problem to call or to chat with them and they dedicated time for me, yet as there were not aware of the problem and could help. Just the feedback, yes the support is down, there will be no update or fixture of bugs, but they are not aware why it shouldn´t work and had not heard about the problem. I guess this Is cause the game is not played so much anymore, yet I noticed during my inquiries that a lot of people had problem to run the game (may be same reason), yet no result, but is looks as if people are still playing it. If the Lego Server is down for that, than the game should not work at all. I would really appreciate any feedback, idea, help or sharing experiences to find a solution and make the game running again on our device. Cheers, Mornincala Hello There I am new here and found this forum due to my research on the following topic, defenetly I will stay and certainly not only for my actual issue. This is about the Nexo Knights Merlok 2.0 games app, which is a wonderful game. My son loves LEGO NEXO Knights, he collected a bunch of sets and also NEXO Powers in the late phase of it and enjoyed of course also the game/app Nexo Knights Merlok 2.0. Unfortnunatelly, this is a bit outdated, but I am his costumer support ;-) and he joined the NEXO Knights community then just two years too late, just at the ending. We were lucky just to meet Lance last year at the Legoland, even so most of the NEXO Knights themes and decoration had alredy been removed. However we have an issue to run the game/app. We had it once on a device installed and properly running. Due to reasons (space) and briefly changed focus of LEGO themes, we deinstalled not knowing the faith of the APP. In the meantime the APP has been removed from the Play Store, but there is a fair amount of pages, where I can get the APP from (apk and OBB data). I can provide links if anyone is interested. However, I cannot manage to make it run now properly, there are some settings on steps to consider for the installation, so I get it run there, but in the last step it asks for an wifi/net connection to “recall Merloks mermory”. I guess this is somehow an initiation of the game, can´t remember first time how it did, it did. Now I get an error (in german) that the game cannot connect to wifi/net saying that during the loading an error occurred and I shall reload and check the connection. Well the connection isn´t the real problem and I tried reload various times, reinstallation and also on two other devices to see, even the one device initially installed where it worked years back – same result. Means: "Oops, mistakes; An error occurred while loading. please check your internet connection, restart the app and try again." and below in shades: "Retrieving Merlok´s Memory, please wait ... The very first contact may take a moment." The questions are now: Has any one experienced the same issue and maybe found a solution? Any Idea were to search for solutions or ideas? I screened google intensely, but might have missed something and placed the inquiry also in an APP forum. Does anyone have the game still running and working? Maybe just an ocassion to check it Has any one and Idea what the game at the beginning does? I cannot remember what it did the first time, if it was downloading videos or additonal data. I have now something more of 400 mbs in the QBB and APK file, so I am not sure if something is missing and therefore it cannot start and tries to connect to somewhere. I contacted the LEGO Helpdesk, yet there couldn´t help me much even there have been very supportive. Just the feedback the support is down, there will be no update or fixture of bugs, but they are not aware why it shouldn´t work and had not heard about the problem. I guess this Is cause the game is not played so much anymore, yet I noticed during my inquiries that a lot of people had problems to run the game (may be same reason), yet no result, but is looks as if people are still playing it. If the Lego Server is down for that, than the game should not work at all. I would really appreciate any feedback, idea, help or sharing experiences on 2019 end or 2020 and the above issues to find a solution and make the game running again on our device. may be it is just a matter to have that additional data in it. Cheers, Mornicala
  2. Niedzwiedzmin

    New Powered Up system

    Hello everyone, I was trying to figure the below down on my own browsing forums, searching for answers, reading a lot of articles from last 2 years however I did not find strict answers to my questions. I am sorry if some answers were already posted here and I did not find them. As I am about to spend some serious money (for me personally as I am not rich) on Lego Technic and I want to be able to create custom machines later I feel like I HAVE TO decide between Power Functions and Powered Up. 1. Is (or will) Powered Up system be customizable using Lego official App or 3rd party app? Will I be able to use Power Up motors and customize them into different than original machine so it works? 2. Should I even be coinsidering Powered Up systems for future and creating custom machines? 3. Is Power Functions a better choice for now and for future for creating custom machines? Is it easier to customize controls? 4. Are there any news or leaks that Lego will allow to customize controls of new Powered Up motors? 5. Is Power Functions better for building custom machines than Powered Up? 6. Does BuWizz or Bricks going to support and customize Powered Up? I am sorry, it all feels so overwhelming as for a beginning person that has limited budget and needs to pick carefully and plan everything ahead.
  3. Hi,I thought about making an App for controlling Lego Power Functions 1.0(not PU). And now I am done with programming this app, without any programming knowledge. In the next updates I am going to make a PU remote too, so you can combine different Lego Sets and I want to make a Mini Jack IR Blaster Support for smartphones, that hadn t an IR blaster built in. Right now the App is only for devices with built in IR blaster. I know there was an App before for controlling Lego Power Functions, but this app had some features that weren t pretty good. This is also one of the reasons why I made this kind of App. Please open the Play Store Link on your smartphone.Play Store Link for the App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pfremote.sucho.pfremoteYouTube Link for Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-QLA-nDtHY
  4. Good day, everyone. Nowadays, when everyone has to stay at home, I want to show you, how you can spend a lot of your free time with interest. As you know, all Lego sets with control+ system have special "achievements" in the app, which you gain for special actions with set. I've made this video as a tutorial, how to get all the achievements that I know about. Thanks for watching, stay at home! Your Cog In The Machine
  5. I'm happy to announce that my first Android app featuring a LEGO gear ratio calculator including 14 gear wheel sizes, calculation for up to 10 pairs of gears and output for 23 types of LEGO motors is now available for free for Android 7.0 and higher: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pl.sariel.brickgearratiocalculator I hope it helps with your projects!
  6. functionalTechnic

    SBrick General Discussion

    Hi everybody I had the opportunity to test the beta version of the new Sbrick app, which will be released in one or two months. The new app is convincing. It is perfect for MOCs with special demands. However, to set up a program is more complicated as with the present Sbrick Profile Designer. Nevertheless, there are now a lot more options to create custom functions for your models. Some of the new features of the app: It is possible to create loops Queries from the Sbrick can be made Sounds from the mobile device can be connected to slider positions It should also be possible to control functions with a gamepad (I haven’t tested it until now) mathematical operations can be used in the app I tested the app with my MACK Anthem MOD. With the new app it is possible to automate several functions of the model: [media] Cheers Simon
  7. Technic App-Controlled Top Gear Rally Car Thanks to Lego and EB for this review set - I'd seen the rumors and leaked images, so I was thrilled to get to try it out. Name: App-Controlled Top Gear Rally Car Set Number: 42109 Pieces: 463 Price: $129.99 Minifigs: 0 Theme: Technic The Box Front There is a LOT going on here. Logos everywhere, and not just on the car. But overall, that's a pretty nice looking set. I'm worried that it's over-reliant on the stickers though. I get the Top Gear branding - it makes sense for a car. Except they've never had a rally car on the show driven by the Stig. There were SO many opportunities for a more fitting car - any of the "reasonably priced cars" that they had stars race in (but that would've required more licensing deals), or the Reliant Robin, or the ridiculous P45, or the Hammerhead Eagle i-Thrust, or best of all, the indestructible Toyota Hilux. This feels more like Lego designed a rally car set and then got TG to do a licensing deal and just slapped stickers on it. The Box Back Yep, it's the Stig. With so much Top Gear branding, I feel like this set is Euro-targeted. Yes, people here in the USA have sometimes seen Top Gear on the internet, and there was a few episodes of "Top Gear America," but it's still not a popular thing here. I think the average person seeing this on a shelf won't know the reference. And sadly, no sign of a B-model.... even worse, no Stig is included. This would have been a GREAT opportunity to bring back the Technic figures and have an all-white one. The Box Side Here's the electronics included. You get a Powered Up hub, a large motor, and an XL motor. Yes, this is the bigger hub that has FOUR ports. It's previously only available in the Off-Roader set and the massive Leibherr Excavator. That alone will probably sell some of these sets. The Contents Nothing shocking - a manual, sticker sheet, non-numbered bags of parts, and an inner box that has the electronic stuff. The Stickers Yep, there's a lot of them. And they're full of puns and TG references. But being Lego, not the inappropriate TG jokes (sorry, no Penistone or anything like that) The New Parts Yes, there is a new differential in the set. It's actually pretty nice - it's easier to use than the old one, since you don't have any of the inner gears falling out while you're trying to put it in place. And it's the same size, but with a double-bevel gear so you've got more flexibility in driving it. As for other new parts, the only thing I noticed was the mudguard panel in white, which you get FIVE of. The Build, 1 The build starts with the simple drive system. It's upside down in the photo - you've got the rear axle with the differential. It'll take advantage of the new diff gear by using a simple drive. The motor will get a gear attached and directly drive the diff. I also appreciate the new cable management clips, which come in a couple colors in this set. The Build, 2 Here is the chassis basically done. It has a fair bit of decorative bits - brake discs on the rear axle, engine components up front (around the L motor which handles the steering), and dual exhausts. The Build, 2B The steering is directly done, like the drive setup. The L motor has a small gear that meshes with a gear rack to steer. The Build, Done All that was left is adding the body panels. And stickers. So many stickers. There's big ones, little ones, all over. The car looks really naked without them. The Underside From the bottom, the car looks pretty boring. There's no drive train, suspension, etc. Having the two motors so directly driving their functions makes it mechanically a pretty simplistic set. The batteries are easily accessible, and you can see two of the new larger 7x11 frames in white. Those give the car a lot of strength without needing many parts to reinforce it. The Side View There's a few cosmetic misses, IMHO. There is a gap in front of the black panels at the rear, behind the "door" - it's necessary due to how the beams behind it are placed, but that panel with "The Stig" on it would look better a stud or two forward. I don't like the different tire sizes either. It's partially to give the car an aggressive posture, and it's partially for easier clearance on the steering mechanism. The larger tires do fit the front wheel wells, but they just barely rub when the steering is turned to the max. I just think the littler tires look too small. The App Yes, you MUST have an Apple or Android device to use this set. Well, perhaps the Powered Up remote could control it, but I didn't test that. They completely expect you to use the app. So before you buy the set, make sure you can get the Technic Control+ app on your device (I don't know how old of devices it'll work on). This is the primary interface. You use your left thumb to steer, on the corner steering wheel. Your right thumb controls the throttle on the right. There is a handbrake, but it doesn't do much (the car stops pretty fast on its own). And you can switch to "manual transmission" where you select one of 3 gears, which do affect the car's speed. There are also some "races" you can do, driving the car following onscreen prompts and trying to beat a set time. The Video So how does it drive? Well... it's a mixed bag. Personally, I think it's too slow. It's a race car, Lego. Not a piece of construction equipment. It does maneuver well and the app works well to drive it. One perk is that the new motors have position sensors built in, so the steering automatically returns to center. It's not perfect though - it would typically be still curving slightly any time I tried to go straight. The Results Overall, how is the set? I think it's a nice set. The cost seems high, but that's driven by the new Control+ system. Lego doesn't currently sell any of the included parts alone, but for comparison, the smaller PUP Hub retails for $50. The Medium motor retails for $17. So I'm sure Lego would value the hub and motors from this set at $90+. Given that, the value of the set is good. However, on Bricklink, the current selling price is $25-30 for this hub and $15-20 each for the motors. There's a lot of people parting out the Liebherr set! One huge benefit to Technic builders is that there's now a car in the app. You could easily design your own car, and as long as you have an L motor for steering and an XL for driving, the app would work. There are definitely things that I think could be better on the car, it needs a B-model, it's expensive, and I seriously wish it came with a Stig to drive it. Overall though, I'd give it a solid B. Whether it's a good buy for you depends on your wants - do you want a Technic app-controlled car? If yes, go buy it! Then mod it to go faster
  8. Hi, wanted to share this little gem we put together: https://beta.makerbrane.com/tools/ldraw-viewer/ It opens .ldr, .mpd, .dat into an online 3D viewer, you can then change the background color and angle and export snapshots. It also converts the file into MakerBrane format, and opens it in another viewer with a different rendering style. It can also open in the 3D MakerSpace which is like LDD or mecabricks but more of a Universal Digital Builder because it has parts from other systems as well - but it you can't edit everything because not all the LEGO parts have been fully referenced yet for auto-snapping yet. Promising though, right? If you try it, post a screenshot here and let me know if there are any features we should add.
  9. Hi guys, I'm Matteo, I love LEGO since I was a kid and I actually have more Lego sets that my apartment can fit! Lego has been a big part of my life so I thougth to join my passion with my job and created a small start-up called freeNdie Software with other friends who share the same love we all have for LEGO. We are indie Android developers and our first app is "News for LEGO® fans"! The app feature a slick material design and multi-threding to download news super-fast. News for LEGO® fans gathers news and curiosity about LEGO and provides some nice features like searching, offline reading and mark news as starred. We have many new features that we want to add, but in the meantime, this is the link of the app in beta on the Google Play Store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.freendie.newsforlegofans We are all really excited of this new journey and we'd love to share this with you guys and hear from you. We appreciate your support and suggestions. For any query and feedbacks please drop us a message here or write to freendie@outlook.com. Cheers, freeNdie team
  10. Hello, I'm working on a new lego styled puzzle game and was wondering if you like the graphics or maybe have suggestions? I implemented hard shadows, but maybe soft shadows would be better? Here is the new Android version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alcyone.games.brick.unblock&hl=en There is also an IOS and Windows Phone version, but these are using older graphics and don't look as good as the new Android version. I'll update these soon: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/unblock-red-brick/id696242970?mt=8 https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/games/unblock-brick-me-puzzle-free/9wzdncrd28b4 Thanks
  11. The Chosen Minifigure

    Doctor who legacy app discussion.

    This topic is for discussion of Doctor Who Legacy, an app developed by Tiny Rebel Games. If what you are posting could be considered spoilers, please either mark clearly or post in spoiler boxes. Thank you! To get the ball rolling: Wow, that was a cool new expert level last week. Easy too, as I completed it with 2 rank 3 characters!
  12. After the success of my previous GBC Counter module, I decided to upgrade the app and also release it to the public along with a detailed tutorial for building your own GBC counter. How it works explained here: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=83844 The app & module support the GBC standard of 1 bps. New features: -Balls per second display -The new app & module can handel more bps than the first version -GBC timer -Better design Tutorial download (includes a PDF file, LDD file and the app itself) http://www.mediafire.com/download/wmfxy3ny1rbdrtc/GBC_Counter_Tutorial.rar The video: Thanks for watching!