Monday, June 1, 2009

Most likely, a game for the TECHNIC fans

If you like games and LEGO TECHNIC, you may also enjoy this...

Play with LEGO gears and beams to solve the proposed challenges or create your own.
You may find it here.

Manipulate actual LEGO TECHNIC gears, beams, conveyor belts and motors to complete the ten pre-built puzzles. Enjoy viewing player solutions and challenge yourself to achieve them with the fastest time, lowest cost or highest score. Only the top 20% of players so far have reached the final level. Take on the challenge.

Create your own levels, using up to 10 Golden Gears, and challenge friends to complete them. You can also rate other players levels and use the filter tools to play the best ones out there. With over 150,000 player solutions already, explore the community to discover some amazing contraptions.

Click and hold the left mouse button on the outer edges of components to rotate or extend them. Double click to remove an object. Beams can be connected to each other and certain gears when highlighted in green.
Align gear teeth with the zoom tool at the bottom or by rotating your mouse wheel. Remember that gears, motors and conveyor belts will stay where they are placed. All other items are effected by gravity. The possibilities are limitless!

See below one game demo, taken from 'The IET' channel on YouTube, or look into some additional examples [1, 2].

Register to play and enjoy!

Thanks Jan, for sharing.


skolbagem said...

looks cool

Mike said...

I've been trying to play for a few days but the game never loads. It always gets stuck at the login.

TechnicBRICKs said...

I'm actually having the same issue!
It might be temporary... :P

santi said...

Look an awful lot like "The Incredible Machine", except with LEGO parts :)

TechnicBRICKs said...

I've tried it now, and it is working again! ;)

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