1. Madden NFL 17 2. No Man’s Sky 3. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided 4. Grand Theft Auto V 5. Overwatch 6. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege 7. Call of Duty: Black Ops III 8. Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens 9. Minecraft 10. Destiny: The Taken...Show More Summary
Your Lego Steve and Alex minifigs are great, but you’re pretty limited when it comes to faithful Lego clothing options. Fortunately the new Minecraft Skin Packs have arrived to address that little problem. […]
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Making a new generation of blockheads Lego has long been lauded by architecture geeks as a childhood gateway drug into the world of designing and building. Now, the UK wants to use a similar idea to hook teens on the fun of construction management. Show More Summary
YouTuber Reqaug’s mindblowing Minecraft creation is a Game Boy Advance that not only looks like the real thing but also plays Pokémon Fire Red. It’s far from finished and will never be practical, but this is like making a LEGO Mindstorms machine out of K’NEX.
Minecraft is the digital equivalent of LEGO. You can build almost anything you can imagine inside the game. People imagine quite a lot and they all build their dreams. Redditor Requag recently built a working version…
This could be Lego Movie big if done right. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. I aged out of Minecraft and that's saying something considering how arrested my development is in pretty much all other areas. I've tried to play it, but could never really wrap my mind around the concept of nothing but resource hording and building. Show More Summary
Minecraft has always had elements of LEGO in its DNA. A large, highly interactive world filled with blocky and customizable terrain, exploration, and the ability to build whatever one wants. In Lego Worlds, the dream of Minecraft isShow More Summary
Lego's top-selling Minecraft range will get a big new addition in June with the arrival of an enormous £169.99 set named The Village. It will be the largest set in the range, boasting 1600 pieces, and with three biomes acts like a hub for various other Lego Minecraft sets to join on. Show More Summary
ZaziNombies LEGO Creations is a YouTube channel that builds awesome creations, mostly from video games, using nothing but LEGO blocks. From weapons seen in Call of Duty to creatures from Minecraft, Zazi shows incredible care and attention to detail for each of the projects. And for his latest endeavor, he’s picked one of the most […]
MY GEEKY NEPHEW WAS REALLY INTO IT, BUT NOW SEEMS TO BE MORE INTO NUMBER THEORY AND LEGO MINDSTORM ROBOTS: The Minecraft Generation.
We were pretty impressed with the 208-piece Lego Minecraft Iron Golem set we saw at Toy Fair earlier this year, but that's because we hadn't seen the 1,600-piece Minecraft - The Village set the company unveiled this week. The set, based...Show More Summary
My daughter is a serious Minecraft fiend. Though she doesn’t play a standard game of Minecraft, if there is such a thing. She spawns a new world, hikes until she finds a mountain, mines a giant…
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Expand your LEGO universe with this 1,600 piece Minecraft set.
Today Lego added a surprise Minecraft set to its line-up - Lego Minecraft The Village (21128) - not shown at Toy Fair.
Coming June 1, the LEGO Minecraft Village is a $199 box containing 1,600 pieces used to create something an 11-year-old could create on their computer in an hour. Plus it comes with an enderman, which is somehow scarier in LEGO form. Read more...
The interactive exhibit will be part Lego, part Minecraft. [ more › ]
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The LEGO Movie producer Roy Lee recently spoke about his role in Warner Bros. Pictures' Minecraft movie.