Brick It Brick It is a modification with the dedicated goal to create a Lego universe. Our universe should pick up as many different Lego elements as possible and unite them to a single unit. We want to combine a lot of various happy colors, animations, funny effects and lots more.

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Lee1337 Jan 7 2009, 11:42am says:

can't believe it is modled :3

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stonecold23 Jan 7 2009, 4:22pm says:

yea awesome.... but why do you need crysis engine? bit over powered for such simple textures and models amiright?

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scewy May 23 2009, 4:54pm replied:

Actually; no. Do you have any idea of how many polygons you would need in order to create a perfect sphere? It's infinitive, you can't make a perfect sphere or circle using polygons.

So no; the "Crytek" engine is not overpowerd.

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Spooboy Jan 7 2009, 6:50pm says:

I dunno about that, i mean would you rather having a normal engine that makes it look "alright" or a as you called it over powered engine engine that makes it look realistic. I swear to god those are real legos lol.

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Slye_Fox Jan 7 2009, 7:52pm says:

I'd rather have it on an engine that dosn't need a PC that costs an arm and a leg to make it run.

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WhiteHawke Jan 26 2009, 3:04pm says:

Did you see the trailer with the guy shooting the flower off the floor? With a "simpler" engine you wouldn't get the powerful physics.

Trust me, in a game based on LEGO-like bricks, there is nothing more important than awesome physics. Otherwise it would just be pixeled, low poly houses.

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DELTΔ Jun 7 2009, 5:08am says:

it needs the awesome engine to make it worth while other wise it would look crap in stead of that fresh out of a card board box look

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