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  1. Crash Bandicoot has been a videogame icon for over two decades. The orange marsupial jumped, smashed, and spun his way onto the Playstation when I was a kid, and I have loved the character ever since. I remember spending hours playing through all three original games, as well as getting friends together to play Crash Bash and Crash Team Racing. Crash features 27 points of articulation, including a swiveling waist, adjustable ears, and tweakable eyebrows. While Crash is very flexible, he is also quite sturdy. This is thanks to a carefuly selected choice of joint elemenents ranging from socket click hinges to large and small ball joints. The part count for Crash rings up at exactly 800 elements! Thank you for taking the time to check out my model! If you would like to see more photos, I have them up on my Flickr page. If you would like to see this potentially become an official LEGO Set, please support my project on LEGO Ideas.
  2. Gunman

    MOC: Crash Bandicoot

    The Iconic video games character that marked my childhood :) This project is modular-style, based on creations that connect to each other forming a ''game level'' The current creations now are inspired from the 1st levels of Crash Bandicoot 1 and hopefully I will make more levels in the near future! I have also uploaded this project on LEGO Ideas, if you want you can support it here