LEGO Worlds has many great builds you can find from world to world or even download via the Brick Build Showcase but since the addition of the Sandbox mode the game really shines in allowing players to build their own! Players can build from pure imagination or even through using real world LEGO set instructions. There are a few draw backs from using instructions as not all pieces needed for certain builds will be available (yet) but as new models are added to the Brick Build Showcase you just might get lucky and add a brick piece or object you can use. For example when this Spooky Firehouse was built there was not a Firehouse Pole but with the addition of the LEGO City Rescue sets to the Brick Build Showcase that was quickly remedied. Let’s take a quick tour of the Spooky Firehouse and don’t be afraid of any specters!
The front entrance was built using a combination of pre-built stone arches from the objects menu and numerous bricks of various sizes and colors.
The side walk and mood slime seeping through the cracks were actually built following the instructions to the letter.
The fire escape that leads from the sidewalk all the way up to the roof was custom built.
The ground floor/reception area was built using the instructions but furnished with pre-built objects.
The firehouse pole was added after the build was completed and is actually to tall so it feeds into the ground.
The way the pole is set up allows players to slide from the third all the way down to the ground floor.
Players can access both the second and third floors via the stair case or the fire escape outside.
The beds were modified from what is found inside the instructions and cut from 3 beds down to 2 for spacing.
The bathroom was changed dramatically from what was in the instructions so interactive objects could be used.
The third floor is complete with a brick built pool table.
The pool table was built using instructions but moved from the original position on the carpet to allow easy movement around it.
This Spooky Firehouse took many hours and a lot of liberties were taken to complete it but it goes to show that even though not all bricks are available in game you can still use your real world LEGO set instructions to bring your favorite sets into the digital environments of LEGO Worlds. Let us know in the comments below what you think of this build and what you’d like to see us build and showcase next!
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