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Retro News: October 11-20 2005
Posted by Richard on October 14, 2016 at 10:13 PM CST:
BIONICLE® 3 finally releases on DVD. The Toa Norik and Iruini combo pack makes it's way the stores in the United States. MOD interviews Greg Farshtey and hosts another live chat.

MOC: Adjustable Headlamp
Posted by Richard on October 14, 2016 at 10:11 AM CST:
When hurricane Mathew ran through our area, it knocked our power offline for an extended period of time. None of my flashlights seemed to be where I left them, including ones that stay plugged into an outlet in case of a power-out. I had just enough daylight left to put together a flashlight with an old Mindstorms lamp and a battery box, which then game me the light I used to build this headlamp with newer parts. Forum link.
Bloxels Game Lets You Build With Actual Blocks
Posted by Richard on October 10, 2016 at 09:51 PM CST:
As seen in this article on Gizmodo, Bloxels comes with a black tray and colored pieces which can be arranged and scanned to create levels and other content. The tray and blocks cost a hefty $49.99 USD, while the app is free on Ios and Android. Forum link.
Retro News: October 1-10 2005
Posted by Richard on October 2, 2016 at 10:23 PM CST:
Mark's building contest comes to an end, and five winners are selected to receive a copy of Web Of Shadows. Mark hosts a live chat with Jake McKee and posts a transcript of the conversation. Voporak arrives on Target shelves as an "exclusive" set.
New LEGO Dimensions Content Tries Not To Hog Your Hard Drive
Posted by Richard on September 27, 2016 at 10:08 PM CST:
The patch to my PS4 version of LEGO® Dimensions finished up a while ago. Despite being over 10 Gigabytes in size, apparently it was not intended to add the majority of the new content. Instead, it overhauled the game files to enable you to pick and choose what new levels get downloaded to your hard drive, which are then unlocked by the appropriate minifigure packs. Forum link.
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