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You can build things with Lego on the internet now

You’re going to pick up those pieces and build so much more than just a Lego House.


If you’re a fan of the famous Danish bricks then you’re in for a real treat.

The creators of the timeless toy have teamed up with Google to produce one of the most beautiful things that ever graced the internet.

Build with Chrome is a nifty little web app that gives you the opportunity to build whatever you want, whenever you want, wherever you want, and put it on a very special map for all to see.

Source: Google Chrome

And you need not worry about finding yourself one 2 x 4 short of a castle because the supply of bricks is actually endless.


Source: Build With Chrome

Needless to say, plenty of Lego fans have been busy adding their builds to the Google map: The Eiffel Tower, the Tardis and a fair few original creations have already had the brick treatment.

The dangers of the app haven’t gone unnoticed either though.

And there are quite a few eager fans resisting the urge to give it a go before they get home.

Now, who wants to be the first to put The Spire on the map?

Source: Giphy

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