Saturday, April 2, 2011

New LEGO Technic Game at

A new game is available for you, from
It's all about your ability to make functions work, if you find the right place to use the spare parts available.

You may want to give it a try!...

Enjoy the New LEGO Technic Game and tell us how far did you manage to go.


Hikaru755 said...

Well, it wasn't that hard. Finished all Levels (with extra challenges) in about 40 minutes.

Al said...

hehe that was fun!

Didn't time myself but I would say I did about the same as hikaru755.

But of course we would, the younglings are gonna find it more challenging tho, in a good way!

Josh The Geek said...

Done. :)

Wiseman_2 said...

That was quite a neat game, though the gear trains were quite ludicrous :P

I liked how the cherry picker appeared to be in the same style as 8258 :)

santi said...

Loved it. It was quite easy, but I think this game has a lot of potential if new levels are added!

Conchas said...

If it was too difficult, probably many would give up in the middle.
This way everyone gets happy! ;)
Those younger but also the older ones.

Anonymous said...

Although it wasn't that much of a challenge.. I find it nice that they actually created a game.. Recently, I feel that TLG, particularly the Technic Department, has been keeping the site relatively fresh.. Is it just me? By the way, I REALLY LIKE THE PHYSICS ENGINE!!! THE PARTS REALLY INTERACT!!

Al said...

I wonder if, by looking at how fast these games/tests are completed, they get an idea of the spacial awareness and problem solving skills posessed by their target audience and therefore have a better understanding of how complex they can or should be making their products.

Anonymous said...


Slight problem there - these games are completely 2 dimensional so everything is visible to the viewer on their screen. The person playing is not required to visualize anything in their head.

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