Lego is (as a year in lockdown with a whole lot to time to assemble plastic bricks has taught me) cool, and developer Fireproof Games’ gorgeously atmospheric The Room puzzle series is, among many other good things, cool too. So it should come as absolutely no surprise to anyone that combining the two results in a very cool thing indeed.
The architect of this particular very cool thing is Fireproof Games’ own graphic and motion designer Roger Schembri who, under the name Lego CustardKid, has previously submitted a number of creations to the endlessly impressive Lego Ideas website, including an elaborate ornamental safe inspired by the original The Room.
The Room 4: Old Sins’ Dollhouse (as spotted by Kotaku) is Schembri’s most ambitious Lego Ideas build yet, lovingly recreating the game’s deliciously sinister enchanted dollhouse – itself a detailed recreation of The Room 4’s Waldegrave Manor – in impressively miniaturised detail.
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