Toys, Video Games

Nintendo 64 Transformer Made of Lego



This is some impressive work from Lego maestro Baron Von Brunk, who previously made a five-foot working NES controller from our favorite plastic bricks. This time, he has built a completely transformable (no rebuilding required) Nintendo 64 console and controller. “No glue, paint, cutting, nor 3rd party custom pieces.”

Even the cartridges transform into mini-sidekicks!


For more pictures and details, check out the Baron’s Instructables page. It has animated gifs of the transforming process, even.

This is one robo-builder who can keep all Pretenders at Bay.

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