Google’s Build With Chrome: A LEGO Experiment

Jan 31, 2014

Category: Tech

One never truly outgrows the fun of playing the LEGOs, does one? It’s just that damn adult peer pressure that leads most of us to stop collecting them by our teenage years. If you crave the block-building joys of LEGOs, but aren’t quite ready to risk your chick magnet status by keeping a giant box of plastic pieces in your bedroom, check out this new online team-up between LEGO and Google.

Build with Chrome lets you swipe or control your mouse to build whatever you like inside your browser. You can then share your masterpieces Google+ and check out what the rest of the LEGO-lovers have come up with. If you’re worried about creating something totally original, a nude Danny DeVito on horseback is probably a safe bet. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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