Lego Pac-Man Is Ready To Eat

Pac-Man Is 40 Years Young, Lego Pac-Man

This little Lego Pac-Man is created by Marin Stipkovic. This design is based on the Pac-Man World video game, a 3D platforming game that came out for the Playstation in 1999. There is a long and storied past to Pac-Man in the 40 years he has been around. This Lego MOC features Pac-Man and his favorite power up, a cherry. The cherry uses some technic pieces for the stem which works very well. Pac-Man himself is wearing shoes and gloves. This version is much more detailed than the original, which was made out of what seems like twenty polygons. This version could even stand in for his recent Smash Bros. Ultimate appearance.

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The Lego Atari 2600, With Pitfall And Space Invaders

The Lego Atari 2600, With Pitfall And Space Invaders

The Atari 2600 was one of the first popular video game consoles. Originally offered in the late 1970s, the wild success eventually led the video game crash of 1983. Recreating old retro video game consoles in lego is very popular. This lego Atari 2600, created by -derjoe-, manages to keep the most defining feature of the console: its fake wood paneling. The choice of orange for the background fits the era perfectly. Not only is the 2600 made of lego, but the joystick, power adapter, Space Invaders video game cartridge, and the Pitfall video game box are also all lego. The black vented slots are present, as are all the toggle switches. The only thing missing is an old tv to play it on.

Lego Pitfall Video Game

The details present are all very well done. Check out the Pitfall box, a super complicated design of lego plates creating the famous artwork. The toggle switches on the console even have room to be pushed up or down. The Atari logo is a a great micro-build all on its own. Even the joystick controller has some amazing details. Check out this lego Atari VCS 2600 over here:

The Lego Atari 2600 Joystick

Lego Atari Pong

Quy's Lego Atari Pong

This Lego MOC of the Atari Pong system is spot on. From the fake wood cabinet, to the joysticks everything has been carefully thought through. Speaking of which, those joysticks are genius; using Lego tires worked well. Here the retro styling works well with Lego. The system currently doesn’t work, which like most Atari Pong systems is accurate.

Atari Pong, built by Quy, can be found on Flickr: