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    Hello! I am back again for the 9999th time... this time I bring you something that might be quite interesting. (I don't know if this is the right forum for this though...) This is obviously inspired by a rather recent hack called Google Translated Pokémon - in which the entire game's text is put in Google Translate, "translated" to a bunch of languages and then back to english, which more often than not results in complete nonsense... I decided to do that idea but in GBC LEGO Island 2 as the text is (kinda) easy to edit... it turned out quite interesting. This is the very first version so there might be issues (or not, idk) but another version is planned, but very unlikely, in which the cards in-game are also translated. (they are stored as individual images in the game and they're all over the place) You can download it here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mlwotgymc79fluq/Google Translated LEGO Island 2.ips?dl=1 As a patch, of course... I Don't think ROMs are allowed here :v So you can use Floating IPS, Lunar IPS or any other patcher program you use on the European LI2 GBC ROM. So have fun talking to everyone! (or not)
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    I hate to bump this topic, but we have a logo reveal: https://twitter.com/TheLEGOMovie/status/998579165832953858
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    Hi guys! Some months ago, I started to make a Raspberry Pi Terminal Laptop with Lego bricks. I know there're some similar in the internet but it is absoluetly unique with its multifunctional tools, design and hardware. And it is all wireless. Hardware: -Raspberry Pi 3 -echo sound card -laptop speakers -Lipo smart battery (soldered) -Waveshare HDMI screen -Waveshare pi camera -16x2 lcd screen (soldered) -Switch button circuit (soldered) -External usb hub (soldered) -Ethernet ethernet hub (soldered) Software: -Raspbian Jessie OS -Python LCD libraries -Yutyo Studyo apps
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    There wasn't anything else wrong. I experimented around with different sound cards, and turned out it was my Creative Labs sound card causing the issue. BWHAHA
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    Yes. It succesfully runned Lego Racers N64 and PS1 versions. And I tried Lego Island 2 PS1 version too and it runs very well too.
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    I forgot to post this here? Huh... £4 the lot. This guy has scratches in his head... ...those scratches appear to make a face. OOF! This was £4. Sealed.
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    Well, perhaps someone else on the internet might port them, but I don't know about Xir. It's been quite a long while since he updated his collection of Classic LEGO game ports and I don't know if he has any intention on continuing it. Although, Xir did port Emmet and Wyldstyle from TLM, it's just that he only uploaded them as part of his "Modern" pack on his blog (and, as you can see from the image below, they're not quite finished). Sorry lad, but you're out of luck. Your only choice is an MLP Pony re-skin or this thing.
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    One of the many features 'behind the scenes' appears to have been the addition of over a thousand emojis to RRU's database. The list is so large that opening it will briefly hang the post editor. It is the list right next to the spoiler button. The brick smilies that you love and remember are still there , in addition with the more recent additions and Addict's Cookie , which the functionality thereof has been limited due to default emoji resizing. And yet.... many others have been added. Such as a new set of smilies which are laughably inferior to the Lego ones. After all, anything with Lego is doubtlessly better. There are a lot that are inefficient and not worth the time it takes to find them, such as all the different times of day . These are merely 'pointless.' Still others are almost invisible on RRU's dark background, such as 🖤. Others yet combine the dysfunctionality of the above two, such as . Yet these are merely a smattering of the vast selection now available to choose from, which includes all sorts of animals and plants benign and bizarre. What bizarre things can you do with these bizarre emojis? Bizarre can be taken any number of ways. Perhaps there's one that, by happenstance, has extreme relevance to RRU, like :lmsexplorer: . Perhaps there is one that allows you to continue the Smilie Story. Perhaps there is one that summarizes your reactions to the Smilie Story. Perhaps there's one that will make you bump the Smilie Story. Perhaps I'd better stop wittering on about the Smilie Story. What bizarre things can you do with the most bizarre emoji, but, most importantly, how does it relate to RRU?
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    Increase zoom of the LDD parts list Tested with version 4.3.11. This is a trainer that can be used to increase the zoom of the LDD parts list. Normally LDD only allows only a zoom between 0.6 and 1.0. With this program you can override the zoom values with arbitrary numbers, e.g. 2.0, which is 200% the default maximal zoom level. It has been made with CheatEngine. This is useful if you have a high dpi monitor or bad eyes like me, or just want to have a bigger brick list. Please look at the pictures to see the effect of this trainer. Default Max Zoom | Extra Zoom | Cheat Table Download: https://www.rockraidersunited.com/files/dl-r211/ USE AT YOUR OWN RISK! I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST DATA OR DAMAGE TO YOUR COMPUTER!
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    Hello everyone, Thought I would make myself an account on here since I make regular visits. I discovered this site by accident when I was trying to figure out a way to play LEGO Rock Raiders on a modern computer. I grew up playing the old LEGO classic PC games, back when LEGO had original ideas! Anyways, glad to see there are like minded people out there who still enjoy playing the old Lego games! I really am looking forward to being a part of this site. Thank you for all of the great stuff on here! - Guido
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    Updated to v0.9.6.6. The links (and changelog) are in the initial post. The game should notify you of an update when starting, and if you accept it will take you to the first post.
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    I got a response today and yesterday Noting that there's a bunch of code in the exe for an editor, I'd suggest someone try to get up and running. (Not to say they couldn't be remains of it, but still it'd be nice to see whatever is there) Apparently the attitude for modern LEGO games began during the final bit of development of IXS with Tom Stone. Its also interesting that they wanted to do LEGO Star Wars. I later told him about my guess that it had to do with 9/11. Also he added something else that was very interesting about the Base Jump Challenge I showed him a bit of footage of it from the final game and got this I also asked about The Directors part in the original LI3 plans
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    Title translation "Kostya* nostalgic for lego racers" *(Kostya - character from TV show where I took fragment)
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    From the album: Decals

    © 1998 - The LEGO Group

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    This tutorial will show you how to install a SafeDisc protected version of LEGO Rock Raiders on Windows 10, without having to use a virtual machine or crack the executable. Please keep in mind that LEGO Rock Raiders is highly unpredictable, hence we currently have 16 pages of topics for it in the Support section. You're almost guaranteed to have something go wrong, so please check out the Support Forum to see if your issue has already been fixed. Setup 1. Insert the LEGO Rock Raiders disc into your PC. Open This PC/My Computer, right-click on the disc and select "Run enhanced content". 2. Follow through the installation procedure, choosing "No, I will restart my computer later" and clicking "Finish" when it is complete. 3. A common issue with LEGO Rock Raiders is that d3drm.dll is reported missing, so download it here, extract the file and place it in your install directory. For me, that's: C:\Program Files (x86)\LEGO Media\Games\Rock Raiders 4. It is also a good idea to give LEGO Rock Raiders administrative privileges. Right-click on "LegoRR.exe", select "Properties", enter the "Compatibility" tab and tick "Run this program as an administrator". 5. LEGO Rock Raiders uses SafeDisc protection, which is no longer supported in Windows 10. You can however re-enable the driver that SafeDisc uses, but only do so when you wish to play LEGO Rock Raiders and other trusted games as it was removed for a reason. Open a folder in Windows Explorer, such as Documents. Click “File”, then mouse over “Open command prompt” and choose “Open command prompt as administrator”. 6. Type in (without quotes) “bcdedit /set TESTSIGNING ON”. Press enter and it will state “This operation completed successfully.” Now you can close the command prompt. 7. Download this file, extract it and place the “SECDRV.SYS” file into the following location: C:\Windows\System32\drivers. Then restart your computer. 8. Upon logging back in, you should see text in the lower-right corner of your desktop, along the lines of “Test Mode Windows 10 Home” with some random nonsense after. You will need the Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider to actually make the SECDRV.SYS driver work. Go to this page and click “Download Now”. Right click dseo13b.exe and select “Run as administrator”. Press Next, then Yes, and you’ll be at the main menu. Check “Sign a System File” and press Next. Now you will need to type in the location of the SECDRV.SYS file, which should be: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\SECDRV.SYS. Click OK and OK again, then in the main menu check “Exit” and press Next. Now you can play LEGO Rock Raiders! If you’d like to play it in higher resolutions including widescreen, click here to check out Cafeteria. When you’ve finished, follow steps 5-6, this time entering “bcdedit /set TESTSIGNING OFF”. Reboot the computer and it will be back to normal, with LEGO Rock Raiders not launching again. In future you will need to follow steps 5, 6 and the latter part of 8 - enabling test mode, rebooting into it and signing the driver - whenever you wish to play the game, but it’s far less hassle than using a virtual machine or transferring files to an old XP computer if you're modding.
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    Anybody here remember eGames shareware discs? Well, the devs of two games prominently featured on some of those discs have made their games free. Speedy Eggbert (owned by eGames, Blupi is the name owned by the original devs Epsitec) and other Blupi games - http://blupi.org/ and Hamumu Software is making his games free - http://hamumu.com/
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    From the album: Decals

    mmm
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