02.09.08 by Jeff

Lego versions of Nintendo games!

I remember lying on my stomach for hours next to a huge Styrofoam cooler (once use for packing salmon – yes it was HUGE) filled with Lego. When I’d finally get up to eat dinner I’d have the carpet texture tattooed on both my elbows. To call me a fan of Lego during those years would be the understatement of the 21st century. So you can imagine my reaction when I saw these…

Contra!!! Are you kidding me?! AWESOME.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/skinnycoder/sets/72057594067730271/













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



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  • Kyle

    Duckhunt!!!!! Wicked

  • Love this :) Legos are such fun!

  • I was the same way, still am at heart.
    great find

    actually kind of inspires me to pull the box out again…

  • these are great! Duckhunt was tight! and Mortal Kombat was my game haha…awesome





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