I built popular VIDEO GAMES in LEGO...

Published 2023-09-18
I take 15 popular video games and turn them into Lego...

Part 2 coming soon on Sacred's channel: youtube.com/@SacredBricks

Mario minifigs from Amazon: www.amazon.com/Yayafofco-Action-Cartoon-Building-F…
Lego army minifigs from Amazon: www.amazon.com/stores/BattleBrick/page/453A2B1B-7F…

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🎶 MUSIC credits:
Epidemic Sound: share.epidemicsound.com/c3oiyn
Beats from Emix Music: youtube.com/@prodbyemix

Frequently asked questions:
Where do I buy my Lego?
- Bricklink.com and Lego store pick a brick wall
Do I have instructions for my Lego builds?
- No
What software do I use to edit my videos?
- Final Cut Pro X
What gear do I use to film/record my videos?
- Canon EOS R8, RODE VideoMic

All Comments (21)
  • @SacredBricks
    Let’s go bruh this is sick! Part 2 is now being cooked up. We gonna build the whole gaming industry
  • @alexsplanet
    Amazing idea, and the jump to the portal is perfectly animated 😂😂😂
  • @bitzerdog9074
    As a school bus enthusiast, I can confirm that the battle bus is modeled off a Thomas 3800 school bus (those were only in production from 1989-ish to 2004) and I can also tell that due to the black hood, that bus either came from the Northern US or any province in Canada besides Ontario and Quebec (because in Ontario, the orange warning lights (which are called ambers) are red, and in Quebec, the school bus sign would say "Ecoliers" instead of "School Bus") but they modified the sign anyway so how am I supposed to know
    EDIT: I misspelled "province" it's fixed now
  • @ptaotom4512
    Hey, guy, that's sick that Lego has recreated all these classic video games. Keep going, dude
  • @catxolotl6728
    I swear, TD always makes such amazing videos. While I may not be good at making LEGO things and I don’t touch my LEGOs anymore, TD makes me remember why I liked LEGO so much.
  • @regdugeht9514
    I get so pumped whenever this man posts something. TD, you are incredible and I can tell you worked hard to create your incredible information.
  • @nhanthanh303
    I love how you get creative with these videos by adding little mini stop motion scenes In them
  • How cool is that!💖 Already a few days old, but still cool😏. It's funny what people suggest when you build a 2 meter high Lego train spiral in the hallway.🤩🤣 I'm having fun!trophy-yellow-smilingtrophy-yellow-smiling
  • Thanks for always cheering me on with your videos, bro. I'm in a tough spot right now, but this should cheer me up.
  • This man never realized there is an official lego chell (the protagonist of portal) made with lego dimensions
  • @Emmasaurus
    Integrating stop-motion into your videos is so fun to watch! Amazing video 🔥
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  • @aiden3385
    People always forget there’s a official portal mini figure from LEGO dimensions
  • @Mosasaurus0971
    Let’s take a moment to realize how much effort TD puts into all his videos
  • @godrilla5549
    The more I argued with them, the better I came to know their dialectic. First they counted on the stupidity of their adversary, and then, when there was no other way out, they themselves simply played stupid. If all this didn't help, they pretended not to understand, or, if challenged, they changed the subject in a hurry, quoted platitudes which, if you accepted them, they immediately related to entirely different matters, and then, if again attacked, gave ground and pretended not to know exactly what you were talking about. Whenever you tried to attack one of these apostles, your hand closed on a jelly-like slime which divided up and poured through your fingers, but in the next moment collected again. But if you really struck one of these fellows so telling a blow that, observed by the audience, he couldn't help but agree, and if you believed that this had taken you at least one step forward, your amazement was great the next day. The j*w had not the slightest recollection of the day before, he rattled off his same old nonsense as though nothing at all had happened, and, if indignantly challenged, affected amazement; he couldn't remember a thing, except that he had proved the correctness of his assertions the previous day. Sometimes I stood there thunderstruck. I didn't know what to be more amazed at: the agility of their tongues or their virtuosity at lying. Gradually I began to hate them