Author Topic: An interesting Lego Website  (Read 2638 times)

http://www.peeron.com/scans/ Has hundreds of scans of lego set instructions dating back into the 1950s.  Granted, blockland does not have all of the bricks in many of these sets (yet) and most people just free-build, but its still a neat source of ideas or inspiration and so I thought I would share.

 

Very cool, i think that deservers...
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PERFECT! Just what I needed!

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That deserves  (((((((:cookie:100)100)100)100)100)100)100)
That's a cookie to the hundreth power to the hundreth power to the hundreth power to the hundreth power to the hundreth power to the hundreth power to the hundreth power. That's a lotta cookies...would probably fill the entire Milky Way.

I would use stuff off lego sets if it didn't look so cheesy... other than the statues. I look at this site and see stuff that I could have built with skills a long time ago.

Great! For you, I will do some Atari XL Scripting.
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10 A=0
20 A=A+1
30 ?A
40 GOTO 20
RUN
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and so on...
Basically it will give you infinate cookies. Better have a huge plate!  :cookieMonster: :cookie:


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