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Stop motion LEGO homage to the age of 8-bit gaming

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Guest:  (1831 days ago)
I wish my lego would do this although the face covering bit is scary.
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I wish my lego would do this although the face covering bit is scary.
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Guest:  (1831 days ago)
As a child I meant.
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As a child I meant.
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Guest: Pete Star (1831 days ago)
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Guest:  (1831 days ago)
Champion!!!
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Champion!!!
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Guest: Child of the 80's (1831 days ago)
Awesome. Gave me both Lego nostalgia and 8-bit gaming nostalgia.
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Awesome. Gave me both Lego nostalgia and 8-bit gaming nostalgia.
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