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Max’s Nightmare

Max's Nightmare
Created by Gavin, Seth and William
Max's Nightmare YouTube Video

8 Comments

  1. Leo h Trudeau

    I would have liked to vote for my favorite. Too bad the system does not work. I’m sure some children may be very disappointed!

    • bbratzel

      I’m sorry that you were not able to vote. Voting is limited to registered users of the site. To sign up, click on Sign Up! at the top of any page.

  2. EV3er

    WOW. what a great ascetic design and program. i though the idea was great and the way you set ip up like a story was wonderful.

    you rock gavin

  3. Genevieve

    I loved how your robot has a sensor to roar when you lift up the arm and how you got the hound to spin his head. Great work and planning.

  4. Patricia

    Poor Max…that robot is really big and he has a phenomenal roar, but being chased by a blood hound that spins his head around can be “scary” too! I think you guys did a great job of using Lego’s so creatively and also in storytelling!

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