,,,and not ONE loose ball, rolling on the wood floor! Then, at the point where the robot arm was taking shots at the hoop (and hitting about 90%) I burst out laughing!! ,,, So much fun, just to watch! Maybe the designer needs some suggestions on how to turn a profit on this ,,,,
1. Break up the modules individually and document as lessons in Automation.
2. Sell it to Disney. (heard they're in a "buying" mood; just paid LucasFilms $4B for STARWARS,,,)
We have a game at home that is a bit like this, but nothing so elaborate. I have been to Legoalnd in Bilund a couple of times, but this even outdoes what they have there. I am sure the Lego people love this. Think of how many blocks they sold.
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