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Brickfield is a total conversion for Battlefield 2, where all players,vehicles and other objects are made out of plastic bricks. Dive into a world of plastic features, that will bring back the pure arcade game play to your screen. Explore real world terrains as well as indoor environments while you take part of fierce battles in a bathroom or garden. Get in touch with several unique weapons and vehicles that will allow you to bring the utmost of madness to your enemies and friends. Brickfield is designed to bring back the fun of old school arcade game play, mixed with a variety of settings and game modes to deliver instant fun the moment you join a battle.

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funnyguy3D Dec 7 2007, 11:08pm says:

pretty nice, finish it... lol

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MrAnderson(TM) Dec 27 2007, 11:31am says:

I have heard so much about this mod! I want to play it!!!

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hypesystem Jan 22 2008, 3:12pm says:

Looks awesome... is the ground going to be "legoed" ?

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[BRF]Chaser Jan 24 2008, 3:41pm replied:

On some areas, yes. But there will be mainly normal Terrain.

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[-NP-]Toosa Mar 7 2008, 10:54pm replied:

when will it be done

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luch174 Jan 23 2008, 4:12am says:

lol they have no knees

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[BRF]Chaser Creator
[BRF]Chaser Jan 24 2008, 3:40pm replied:

Old Video = Old Animations :)

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Brickfield recreates many lego playsets you may have had as a child and encourages you to duke it out in a desert landscape

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Dec 30th, 2006
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