Required - a box of endless Lego, then build anything with this app.
Lego Instructions Review
by on May 20, 2011
We used to wend away many happy hours as kids building fortresses out of our Lego, tracking down the elusive six-long block and trying to find the Lego man’s hand – but that was because the instructions were thrown out with the wrapping paper on Boxing Day.
Lego Instructions gives us a chance to construct something that isn’t just a box with a slew of projects that include Hen & Chicken, Blue Bus and Sub-sea camera.
The instructions are straightforward and well done – although the drawings are not going to win any awards – but the chief problem is that you actually need to have specific pieces of Lego to put together some of the more complex designs.
Still, there’s something immensely and childishly satisfying about constructing a Star Destroyer from scratch and then making pew pew sounds as you fly it over your head.
It should also be pointed out that this is not an official Lego product which could feasibly lead to problems down the (yellow brick) road.
But, with a price tag of nothing you can’t really grumble too hard as you allow your inner child to steal the bricks from your real child’s hands and build a Thunder Blazer.
Download Lego Instructions here
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