Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga has arisen on iOS today. Spanning through the stories of all six films, this epic undertaking contains 120 characters across 36 stages. Episode One: The Phantom Menace is free, while the other stages are available as in-app purchases with the whole shebang costing $18.99 (about £12). Read more…
Sure, you could buy official Lego and official nerdy trading cards for franchises like Batman or Star Wars. The toys would probably be well-made and exactly what you'd expect them to be. It would also be booooring. Read more...
The Last of Us was one of the best games of the past generation, but unfortunately it’s not something kids should really be allowed to experience. Poor kids! Ah, but somebody has come up with a solution for that — Lego The Last of Us! Hey, pretty much everything else has been Lego video game-ized at this point, so why not other video games?
If you’ve got piles of LEGOs in the house, individual models on every Christmas list and multiple bins designated to store extra bricks, you’re living with a hardcore LEGO fanatic. The LEGO Master Builder Academy series takes that passion, and teaches fans to be the best builders they can be!
Our favorite LEGO Star Wars characters (over 120 to unlock!) have arrived on the App Store as players can now enjoy LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga on their favorite iOS device. It offers 36 story mode levels from The Phantom Menace...Show More Summary
Prepare to take a trip to a dimpled, plastic galaxy far, far away. Warner Bros. has just released LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga to the iOS App Store. And even better, they finally figured out something to do with … Read more ›
It's another intense week of new releases as the holiday season gets into full swing. There might not be as many new games out this week compared to recent release weeks, but there's a number of heavy hitters in this list that I'm sure will go down as some of the most notable for the
Of all the Lego games to have launched for iPhone and iPad in recent times, Lego Star Wars is possibly the one many of us have waited on the most. Now it's time to grab your Lightsabers as Warner Bros. has made The Complete Saga with all six episodes available in the App Store now. Show More Summary
Alice Finch and David Frank clearly love the world of The Lord of the Rings as much as they love Lego, because you don't just cruise through an incredible 200,000 block build without a heaping helping of pure passion. This insane brick Rivendell is fandom incarnate. Read more...
Well, it looks like those leaked images from back in October that hinted at the LEGO Star Wars games coming to mobile were right on the money… mostly. They hinted that we might see these beloved mixes of LEGO building bricks and the Star Wars universe sometime next year, but just moments ago, LEGO Star
Not these balls mind you -- they would take a forklift! Jk jk, but at least a brown grocery bag. This is the incredible ball-moving machine built by Kawaguchi Akiyuki. Each section is an individual module (often designed by other ball-moving aficionados) that moves the little balls along the track in different ways. Show More Summary
Then it becomes an iPad dock worthy of a true Apple nerd. A brand has to inspire a certain level of loyalty to deserve scale Lego models of its products. But we all know Apple fans can be a little obsessive. Read Full Story
(Credit: Video screenshot by Tim Hornyak/CNET) Building guns out of Lego is as old as the plastic bricks themselves. But Lego fanatic Zazi Nombies is particularly good at it. The YouTube user recently has been creating weapons that feature in Call of Duty: Ghosts in response to fan requests. Show More Summary
A few months ago we saw a LEGO robot Charizard. Here’s an evolution of that idea, courtesy of Flickr member Stormbringer. His Poke’Mecha series depict the famous video game critters as large LEGO robots piloted by…
This is Venusaur, Charizard and Blastoise imagined as LEGO mechas controlled by minifigs hidden inside (pictures after the jump) by Flickr user Stormbringer. Good job. Way better than I could have done. I'm only good at three things: bad writing and even worse counting. Keep going for individual shots of each including their minifig operators.
All these people, now also in video game form. The Lego Movie pretty much just looks like a star-studded, big-screen video game to begin with, so obviously the movie is getting the Traveller’s Tales’ Lego video game treatment. The Lego...Show More Summary
"The Simpsons" has been a cultural touchstone for 25 seasons and counting. So, it makes sense that America's favorite cartoon family will finally make its way into the world of Lego in 2014. Neither Lego nor Fox Broadcasting CompanyShow More Summary
LEGO artist Stormbringer mashed up Pokemon and giant robots to produce Poke'Mecha, a series of large-scale LEGO sculptures! I've created a new form of Pokemon battle, where giant mechs known as Poke-Mecha, engage in large-scale Pokemon battles, who are controlled by the Pokemon trainers who built them. Show More Summary
Are your standard Christmas ornaments not earning you enough wedgies or swirlies? Take matters into your own hands by building your own geeky ornaments out of LEGOs this holiday season. The DIY ornaments by Chris McVeigh are guaranteed to make any bully want to punch you in the stomach and demand your lunch money—perfect by geek standards.
The Tsukuba LEGO Circle has created a crazy Great Ball Contraption (GBC) that transports balls from one place to another in creative ways. Sections of the 2013 GBC were created by Fin, Makoto Uda, Toise, Matk, Momonga, Kosaku-jin, Katsumata, Yattaran, and Akiyuki. LEGO also interviewed Kawaguchi Akiyuki about his passion for GBC building in season [...]