Fake, Counterfeit, Fraud, LEGO

legonenen:

Don’t get tricked!

Originally posted on LEGO Universe News!:

Fake, Counterfeit, Fraud, LEGO

One example of fake Lego. “Bele” making people think they are buying real Ninjago set.

Now, when I say fake, I do not mean Mega Blocks, Knex, Tente, or any other legitimate brand. I mean those who make sets that seem like actual LEGO. The ones who want you to think it is REAL Lego, when it isn’t!

Recently, I had been tricked into buying a similar set, though I Should have known better! Which is why I am making this post. So you won’t get confused when you’re out buying lego.

Always look for the LEGO logo, If the box doesn’t have it. THEN IT IS NOT LEGO! So if you are buying Online, make sure they have a picture where you can see it, and that the pictures aren’t copied from somewhere.

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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas everyone! well, it just before Christmas actually, but that is my intention.

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Well it’s another year, & people still don’t see the truth that sits right in front of their face. How many of you know the meaning of Christmas? The literal beginning of the Word is “Christ’s Mass” which was, as you can see, a catholic holiday in the beginning. But now has been accepted by many denominations of Christianity. (Ugh, denominations.)

So what is the meaning of X-mas? nothing, except all of the bad things of the holiday. Same as X-giving, it removes the most important part of the name.

Christmas is about celebrating Jesus Christ, and most people celebrate his Birth on that day. A birthday party, in other words. I like watching movies, and getting nice stuff too. But those are just traditions and things to enjoy. Not the Real meaning of Christmas!

Please think about the real meaning of Christmas this day, as well as tomorrow on Christmas Day!

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Some recommended readings:

http://www.icr.org/article/right-Christmas

http://www.icr.org/article/christmas-from-gods-perspective

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NENEN

Welcome to the world of fantasy, creativity, minifigs and… more fantasy!!!

Yes, we know it’s name, it’s form, it’s function:

 

LEGO!

 

So… It all started in 1916… WITH WOOD!!! Freaking wood! I cannot believe that the history of LEGO started with… Sorry!

I have a picture included of the sizes of a LEGO 1×1 brick and 1×2 plate!

Sadly, i dont have any permissions to place a picture here…

 

What is new?
I can tell… :3 Just kidding! What is new is that i’m getting 15 on 16-01-2015, and i play the following: (HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO… uh… ME!)

– LEGO Chima Online
– LEGO Minifigures Online
– Facebook games, just for fun…
– (COMING SOON) Minecraft… again
– (COMING SOON) Roblox… again

I see something quite new… Something i’m gonna tell about in my following post… Heh heh heh heh…

 

WARNING: THIS POST IS QUITE MADE WITHOUT BEING SERIOUS!!! ADMINS: DONT REMOVE! THIS IS A SIGN OF LIFE!

(Editors note: This is the among last posts authored by another person on this blog, it’s also a very late edit.)

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LEGO Universe’s Fourth Birthday

legonenen:

A little late maybe…
but HAPPY Birthday!

Originally posted on Rioforce's Secret Lair:

Happy Birthday, LEGO Universe!

Four years ago, on October 26, 2010, LEGO Universe officially opened it’s doors to the public. LEGO Universe was LEGO first (and greatest!) Massively Multiplayer Online Game. I was lucky enough to be invited to the Closed Beta in March 2010, so I have been a long-time fan of LEGO Universe. However, I did not play the fully released LEGO Universe until it’s Free-to-play version came out in August 2011. LEGO Universe is close to my heart, because it pulled me out of my short “Dark Ages” of LEGO and effected my life greatly. Because of it, I took up the art of 3D modeling and rendering, and brickfilming. This is why I always celebrate it’s birthday. Even though the game closed soon after it’s first birthday in 2012, I cannot stop thinking about it. :)

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A personal Blog

This is supposed to have been my personal blog. then I got confused with what I wanted…

I am thinking of starting a new blog, but I may instead keep this one, and Renovate it..

 

Tell me your thoughts below.

 

Nenen

ROBLOX (The Bloxy Awards)

Time to Start Submitting Your BLOXY Entries

BLOXYs 2014The BLOXY Awards are a veritable who’s-who of ROBLOX film-making — the premiere ROBLOX film event; our own version of the Oscars. Last month, we announced the 2014 BLOXY Awards and the four categories of submissions. Now, it’s time to start submitting your entries! Keep reading to find out how it works.

Submitting your BLOXY entry

  1. Upload your entry to YouTube
  2. Put [BLOXY 2014] in the video title
  3. Send your entry’s YouTube URL and your username to bloxys@roblox.com

Entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time on May 26th, 2014. After the entry period, we’ll create galleries of eligible submissions for each category. Viewers will be able to vote by giving the videos a “thumbs up” on YouTube. We’ll find the top vote-getters (assuming they are of BLOXY-level quality) and choose the winners from that pool.

Winners, of course, will receive a virtual BLOXY Award and have their videos screened during Virtual BLOXcon 2014 in June!

The categories

Long-form Machinima: arguably the most celebrated of categories. Tell a story – any story you can dream up, from comedy to suspense to action – using the ROBLOX engine (or ROBLOX assets in 3D graphics software) as your visual medium. Build sets, hire actors, incorporate music, script action sequences, narrate with spoken dialog, etc. The sky is the limit. Go nuts. Length: 2-5 minutes.

Short-form Machinima: tell an original short story, convert a movie trailer into ROBLOX, write a bizarre comedy skit, or do something else entirely. The only rule is the short must be filmed within the ROBLOX engine (or using ROBLOX assets in 3D graphics software). Again, feel free to build sets, hire actors, incorporate music, script action sequences, narrate with spoken dialog, etc. Use your imagination. Length: 45-90 seconds.

Music video: create a music video for a song using ROBLOX as the visual medium. You can write your own original music (about anything, including ROBLOX) or make a music video for an existing song. This has the potential to be the coolest BLOXY category yet. Length: 1-4 minutes.

Major league (ROBLOX) gaming: record yourself playing ROBLOX and capture those epic streaks, unimaginable acrobatics, and high-octane moments of excitement. Take your most dramatic clips from any variety of games and edit them together with exciting music and whatever other effects you deem fitting as a montage that shows how cool ROBLOX gameplay is (and how skilled you are). Length: 30-60 seconds.

Minor details

If you’re looking for inspiration or just need an idea of what constitutes an award-winning entry, visit our YouTube channel. We have a playlist featuring all of last year’s BLOXY winners.

Good luck, film-makers!

(Reposted from the ROBLOX blog:  http://blog.roblox.com/2014/05/time-to-start-submitting-your-bloxy-entries/ )

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If you play ROBLOX, and are interested in making machinima movies. This would be a good contest for you!

LEGO CUUSOO is now LEGO Ideas

legonenen:

Interesting, :P
Can’t wait to start my own projects…

Originally posted on The Luprechaun:

On April 30th, LEGO CUUSOO’s beta period ended, and has now became LEGO Ideas:

Today we are happy to invite you to join LEGO Ideas; a continuation of the former LEGO CUUSOO experience, more closely integrated with the LEGO experience online.

In the fall of 2008, CUUSOO Systems and the LEGO Group teamed up to launch the LEGO CUUSOO crowdsourcing experiment. Initially, the site was only available in Japanese. But the promising results from the pilot led to the launch of the international LEGO CUUSOO beta site in the fall of 2011. The LEGO Group is very happy to announce that the partnership with CUUSOO Systems, has been such a success that we have decided to integrate the CUUSOO concept more closely into the LEGO experience called LEGO Ideas. We are grateful for the many years of collaboration and experimentation between our two companies and wish CUUSOO Systems continued success…

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LEGO Club Exclusive Minifigure voting starts!

Vote for your choice of LEGO Club Exclusive Minifigure!

LEGO is hosting a poll, in which LEGO club members can vote for their choice of the Exclusive In-game Minifigure for LEGO club members. see link below:

http://club.lego.com/en-us/insidescoop/minifigures-online-game-poll/

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You will be choosing from 8 different Minifigures.

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They will announce the winner in late August, and the code to unlock the LEGO Club Exclusive Minifigure for the Game will be in the September LEGO Club Magazine.

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The LEGO minifigures MMOG will be open beta in JUNE.

 

LEGO Minifigures Online Open Beta Starts in June

legonenen:

Open Beta Announced, By Funcom and on May/June LEGO magazine.

Originally posted on LEGO Universe News!:

Today, Funcom announced the new Open Beta for LEGO Minifigures Online. Currently, the game is in it’s Closed Beta phase with very few users (only the lucky few got in). In June, everyone (in certain regions of the world) can play LEGO Minifigures Online. Funcom even told a little bit about May/June’s LEGO Club Magazine. According to the post, LEGO Club members will receive a free minifigure (most likely in-game minifigure, but the post was a bit un-clear) and they will be able to vote on the minifigures everyone gets.

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