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Posted by Fushigisaur in Blarg, 22 April 2014 · 85 views



A LEGO Racers board game

Posted by RobExplorien in An Explorien's blog, 21 April 2014 · 112 views
LEGO, Racers, Boardgame, Idea

Long ago when Explore became Duplo again and furry minifigures didn't exist I was drawing LEGO Racers tracks and made some sort of a board game out of them. I simply drew the outlines of the track design and divided the track in sections. Then with a pair of dice and pawns you'd play the game in turns by moving your pawn as many steps as the number you ro...



Posted by le717 in Triangular Writings, 20 April 2014 · 100 views

Alternate title: Murphy's law Adapted to Programming.

Uh huh, in that case I formally sign my name as Triangle717 and always wear a full dress suit and a red bowtie. :P

I somehow came across an article entitled 11 Murphy's Laws for Gaming by Mech Mocha on Monday, April 14 while looking up something (I forget what) for classes. While it is geared tow...


Welcome to a blog for comedy

Posted by The_Zerg_Swarm in Comedy , 18 April 2014 · 96 views

I would like to start by starting with a classic joke. You know, I was told this whale joke, It was killer. :lol:


Welcome to this new blog.

Posted by The_Zerg_Swarm in Random Mod Ideas and disscussions, 16 April 2014 · 123 views

If you have read what this is about than continue, if not, then the first comment should be an idea for a game or movie if wanted.


Bungie Fires Martin O'Donnell

Posted by McJobless in RRU Gaming, 16 April 2014 · 96 views

(RRU needs better Twitter integration)

I can't hide it. I still have a soft spot for the games I grew up with, even if I don't necessarily enjoy those types of games anymore. Halo was one from my childhood. Quite a big part, in fact. A very large part was the incredible soundtrack constructed by Martin O'Donnell.

This tweet confirms that the King of th...


What happens when I get bored...

Posted by Drill Master in Drill Master's Blog, 16 April 2014 · 131 views

I got bored, read that^ and yeah... it's bad and the picture's not a good resolution, but... yeah...



How would I fix The LEGO Movie Videogame?

Posted by McJobless in Blog-Tastika, 14 April 2014 · 95 views

(Warning: Spoilers for The LEGO Movie ahead)


As a studying game developer, this kind of challenge is important, and I'm glad somebody asked me to do it. Being able to identify weak areas and have solutions to try resolve the issues is important. Therefore, let me make a few suggestions that I think would improve the ga...


Choose a name for the map I had in mind.

Posted by RockRaiderWolf in RockRaiderWolf's Blog, 14 April 2014 · 54 views
Custom Map, Poll, Contest

Anyway, I was planning to make a map that uses steep height levels and wanted to name it after a famous mountain.
the easiest name to work from seemed to be Mount Kilimanjaro.
So here are the choices.

1. Mount Legomanjaro
2. Mount Kilimanlego
3. Mount Kilegomanjaro
4. Suggest your own idea in a Comment

Update: I have made a lot of progress on the map an...


The LEGO Movie Videogame (PC) Review

Posted by BobaFett2 in BobaFett2's Game Reviews, 07 April 2014 · 106 views

The LEGO Movie was definitely a different take on the idea of a LEGO movie than Clutch Powers or the BIONICLE movies were. Instead of being about LEGO minifigures within a real universe, it turned out that they were really just toys being played with by some kid. I can't say I was a big fan of that part - I think it was interesting, but not as appealing a...



Posted by RPGamesAnimeVirgo98 in Pokemon: Games, Music, Opinions, Debates, and more! , 04 April 2014 · 166 views

I think I'll start off on this blog. Anyway, if you don't know me, I am RPGamesAnimeVirgo98! (That's a long name, I know. xD) But you all can call me Virgo if you'd like. :)
Okay, I love Pokémon. Isn't that obvious? I'll tell you some random facts about me so you can get an idea of what kind of Trainer I am!

1.) I've been playing for 12 years, I'm pretty...


edmDistrict wants me :D

Posted by Shadowblaze in c24 (aka me)'s music, 03 April 2014 · 181 views

This finally happened. :D

You have no idea how happy am I right now. :P


Alcom Plays Goat Simulator!

Posted by Alcom1 in Alcom1's Blog, 01 April 2014 · 177 views

Realizing that I payed for a $70 mic and have yet to do something worthwhile with it, I decided to finally do a Let's Play, and chose Goat Simulator for that Let's Play! :D

Enjoy! :D



Prototype LEGO Piece

Posted by Phantom Terror in Shadows of the Past, 30 March 2014 · 133 views
Prototype, Sahmad, Mask and 1 more...

Last year, I received a prototype Sahmad helmet from BZPower at BrickFair Virginia. It's really fun to have. :D



JJ's Avatar Comic

Posted by JimbobJeffers in Well That Was Interesting, 26 March 2014 · 90 views

Hopefully some of you noticed that, over the past couple of weeks, my avatar changed through photographs I took of my LEGO Rock Raiders. I thought I'd have a little change, and remembered having a little joke by zooming in on his avatar closer and closer a while back, so thought I'd take it one step further.

I've put together the different stages of th...


The Family Tree of Johnny Thunder

Posted by PeabodySam in The Blaaaaahhhhhg, 22 March 2014 · 300 views
Boring Lectures

Not enough to warrant its own topic here, but still an interesting subject that I feel should be discussed. Especially in the most boring blog on Rock Raiders United.

First off, let us start by acknowledging that, outside of heavily story-oriented themes such as BIONICLE, LEGO has a very loose grip of canon that frequently contradicts itself and encourag...


The entry that never made it

Posted by Ben24x7 in The Fred blogs, 19 March 2014 · 109 views

Very recently I found out about Drill Master's RRU music sign-up and I sent him a PM to join. ApparentlyI was too late and I didn't get in. Anyways, I just made a piece of music in the past half hour and the outcome is this:

It was entirely made using no Pre-made sounds and thus is the first of my songs that I fully hand-played. At a few times the...


Discovering a Relic

Posted by Brigs in Brigs' Blog, 11 March 2014 · 127 views
LEGO Island and 6 more...

On a Saturday morning errand to Target, I found myself doing a strange activity: SINGING "Mama Papa Brickolini!" I am an extremely private and non-expressive individual, and such a display of singing is unheard of from me, even in the privacy of the vehicle. Soon after this bizarre performance, somewhat embarrassed, I began to question my own sanity. As I...


Do I have some sort of problem or what?..

Posted by Pranciblad in The Honest Logbook, 15 February 2014 · 142 views

So, I may or may not have said this before, but my collection of Lego (up until now) has not been in the most organized state. A few years back I tried sorting it all out, but it was half-arsed and things got mixed back up again very soon after.
But now I'm making a more serious effort to do so. I've been going for almost a week now, picking out a few pie...



Posted by McSpudz in Blog of Stan McStudz, 13 February 2014 · 195 views

So, my school concert is in, uh, two weeks? Sure, why not. Let’s say two weeks.

I’m singing a song in front of dozens (scores?) of people, and it’s my last year and last chance to do so. I want to end with a bang. I need a really good, acoustic, and mainly one-man song to perform.

I was thinking of either “Let It Be” by The Beatles, or “Bridge Over Trou...

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