Thursday, December 1, 2011

HispaBrick Magazine 012

It's that time again: HispaBrick Magazine 012 is now available for free download and on-line reading.



In this issue you will find the usual mix of articles interviews and reviews, but you may be especially interested to read the article on Super Robo Rally, a board game played on a huge LEGO board with NXT powered players, Simon Burfield's article on George (who was featured on TBs not so long ago) and part IX of the Introduction to LEGO MINDSTORMS, focusing on the FLL. We also have a very interesting article by Oton Ribic, comparing structural strength of Technic beams/liftarms and bricks and, by popular demand, we have included Phlio's excellent motor comparison tutorial.

Of course there are also many other articles, like an interview with the people behind Eurobricks or an overview of the official Town/City and Train themes.

All of this and more in HispaBrick Magazine 012, available for download through the HispaBrick Magazine website and for on-line reading through issuu.



Have a nice time reading!

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