Legos – the most common way to render retro games with stop animation

I have seen many stop animation videos over the years and most of them involve using Legos of some sort. Sometimes those videos involve video games, or in this case, classics that were all arcade titles at one point.

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2 Comments on “Legos – the most common way to render retro games with stop animation”

  1. ECM Says:

    This is (somewhat) out of left field, but it’s somewhat surprising to me that nobody has capitalized by making a LEGO arcade game of some sort. (The genre isn’t so much that important as that it has LEGOs in it, something kids–and even plenty of adults–love and would seem like money just waiting to be made by someone.)

    • Shaggy Says:

      The thought has crossed my mind but you would need an awful lot of legos to do that. Then you have to mount the monitor and such but I bet that it could be done. You’d probably need a lot of crazy glue too, just to make sure it stays complete.

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