Sega Classic Arcade Machines als Lego-Modelle

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User SpacySmoke hat Lego-Modelle von drei Sega Arcade Klassikern meiner Kindheit gebaut und bei Lego Ideas zur Wahl gestellt. Sollten die tatsächlich als Set kommen, weiß ich, wer sich die auf den Schreibtisch stellt. Bis dahin müssen es ein paar Fotos tun…

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„Space Harrier (スペースハリア) – Released in 1985 and designed by Yu Suzuki, this was one of the first Sega games using their „Super Scaler“ technology, allowing for ultra fast and smooth sprite scaling to create a 3D effect. This model is based on the deluxe arcade cabinet which could move according to the joystick input. This Lego model can move left and right, up and down, and can also tilt!“

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„Out Run (アウト ラン) – Released in 1986 and also designed by Yu Suzuki, this landmark racing game allows you to choose a course from branching paths, making each game a new experience. It is also one of the first games that allowed you choose what music track you wanted to listen to. This model is based on the deluxe arcade cabinet which could move according to the steering wheel input. This Lego model can move left and right.“

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„Thunder Blade (サンダーブレード) – Released in 1987, this game puts you in the cockpit of a futuristic helicopter and featured both 3D and overhead shooting views. This model is based on the deluxe arcade cabinet which had a seat that rotated according to the joystick input. This Lego model’s seat can also rotate.“

(via @herrfabu)

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