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LEGO Nintendo 64 Transformer created for Toy Brick Contest

LEGO, Transformers and a N64 together at last
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The wonderfully named Baron von Brunk has created a LEGO Nintendo 64 that is also a Transformer.

The LEGOformers: Ultra Hexacon and Tetragon, the transforming Nintendo 64 and controller, along with their transforming game pack minions Hot-Shot, and Mecha Kong were all created for the Toy Brick Contest held this summer.

"These original LEGO models are made in near-perfect size and proportions to authentic N64 components, and can transform completely and by 'transform completely' I mean each robot can transform from N64 accessory to robot and back without detaching/removing parts, with the exception of Tetragon’s controller cord," said the New York based artist on his Instructables page.

"Ultra Hexacon is to this date, my most durable and articulated Transformer model built, with great flexibility and joint strength; he can also stand and be posed without falling over or having pieces break off. With the exception of the custom stickers/labels, every single piece in these toys are 100% LEGO — bricks, plates, slopes, tiles, wedges, and Technic parts. No glue, paint, cutting, nor 3rd party custom pieces."

Check out some of the creations transforming below, or for a look at the range in more detail, click here.

(Via Kotaku)

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