Minecraft is a sandbox game where you build incredible things to show your friends. Lego is a physical toy where you spend an enormous amount of money to build something once and then display it forever, reinforcing your love of what you’ve built. Ultimately, the two have creativity in common, so it’s no surprise that the two worlds often meet.
This results in a lot of cool things, such as the Cirelectric on . this awesome zombie design of reddit, Somehow, the smooth figures make zombies cute, even if they’re still brainwashing. The connection also means that some people go out of their way to create impressive things in real life, like this Minecraft piston. rjmbricks,
YouTuber RJMBricks specializes in Lego builds, which include a . include things like earthquake simulator And a driving sim, This time, they’ve made a working minecraft pistons, The sheer amount of bricks, planning and effort involved is staggering. RJmbricks also uses different colors to mimic the in-game version to make the texture look right.
Its mechanics are fascinating too, with RJMebrix figuring out how best to move the pistons. The design challenge led to issues regarding the Lego pieces, which were actually warping due to the heavy weight of the parts involved.
The video has proved popular as well. RJMBricks shared that they had 38,875 members when the video was posted on April 24. At the time of writing, the video has not only garnered over 2.2 million views, but the channel has more than doubled the 94.8k subscribers. It is always good to see hard work being rewarded.
If you’re more interested in things being made in Minecraft than the other way around, you should probably take a look at a YouTuber’s Pac-Man minigame. It’s definitely scary.
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