BRIKWARS is the plastic-brick tabletop wargame that throws the peaceful worlds of construction toys into wanton chaos and destruction!

Bring and build your own armies, vehicles, and monsters in an all-out war for construction toy glory, with a robust system to incorporate whatever you create. If you can build it, you can bring it to battle in BRIKWARS!
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Mike - December 7, 2016 - Artwork, Brick Links, Selling Out

We’ve tried selling out a couple of times before, but for some reason sales of our Nega Bloks lingerie and BrikThulhu yoga pants never took off. (Although shockingly, sales figures in both cases were more than zero by literal integers, exceeding our projected estimates by more than seventeen thousand percent!)

But this time! This time we’ve got something everybody likes: STICKERS. Put them on your laptop, put them on your dog, put them on police officers. BrikStickers are the gift that keeps on giving exactly one time because they’re not reusable!

Mike - August 28, 2016 - Artwork, Brick Links, Selling Out

Anybody who was here ten years ago will remember the day BrikWars sold out, with our wildly successful underwear sale on Thongs of the Nega-BlokTrix, boasting sales figures solidly in the low single digit (Thanks Jenn!) and making us the wealthy one-aires we are today.

We’ve never repeated this singular event, largely because we didn’t realize it was possible to make yoga pants out of BrikWars paintings. UNTIL NOW!

Mike - May 15, 2016 - Artwork, Inspirational Media

No bricks in this one, but otherwise a perfect toy experience. By shaycarl on YouTube.

Mike - April 11, 2016 - Artwork, Inspirational Media, Other Games

The title speaks for itself on this one! Courtesy of Hydraulic Press Channel.

Counterparts to the Deadly Spaceman: Spacefemme Fatales?
Mike - April 2, 2010 - Artwork, Brick Links, Inspirational Media

There are some truly epic battles going on in the forums right now, so rather than posting links to any of those, I’m going to leave it to you to find them and send you to go look at this other thing instead.

Swedish freelance artist and Diglett fan Niklas Jansson has posted a massive pile of concept sketches and thoughts to his Android Arts site about redesigning classic LEGO Space themes. There’s a whole lot of material to plow through, but look towards the bottom half of the page for highlights like a massive OTC tunneler for Ice Planet, some Zaku-styled Blacktrons, and of course the sexy Space Babes.

– Mike
Android Arts: The LEGO Project
Prometheus Spawning Grounds
Niklas’s art blog