is there anything that resemples legos but for adults?
i really loved them as a kid, sadly they're overpriced as shit nowadays.
depends do you like following instructions or using your imagination?
>is there anything that resemples legos but for adults?
>sadly they're overpriced as shit nowadays.
Nope, the price of lego has remained consistent with inflation, and has, if anything, slightly decreased - at least in terms of price per brick, certainly.
You were a kid and had no concept of just how much money your parents spent to keep you happy and give you one of the best toys in the world.
>parents bought fancy electronic bullshit toys
>all i wanted was more lego and i never had enough
>most fun toy, followed by bionicle and then wooden trains ets
>literally thousands of hour of play time from lego
Its like lego but a vidya game, with lots of death.
I love this film, but why are the women and children anywhere near the battle? It's not like they weren't expecting to be attacked, were they really so confident in their defenses that they thought they could probably just leave them where they are on the first level?
yeah, it's LEGO
Plenty of adults play with LEGO still, it's considered childish, but not in a bad way. More a whimsical way
Though if you want a REAL more "adult" version, model trains are a thing. But those are autistic as fuck, and there's LEGO sets for electrified railway anyway.