First thing you ever remember making: (Stephen) “My brothers and I used to play a game we invented called ‘crash-up cars.’ We would make cars out of Legos, but really they were more like tanks. Then we would crash them head-on, much like a medieval joust. The first car to lose either its driver (a little Lego man) or its wheels was the loser. Typically a good car could go about seven or eight rounds. The real trick was that you weren’t allowed to just build the driver into the car, he had to be able to get in and out without the car itself being taken apart. I must have made more than 100 of those beasts.”
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First thing you ever remember making: (Stephen) “My brothers and I used to play a game we invented called ‘crash-up cars.’ We would make cars out of Legos, but really they were more like tanks. Then we would crash them head-on, much like a medieval joust. The first car to lose either its driver (a little Lego man) or its wheels was the loser. Typically a good car could go about seven or eight rounds. The real trick was that you weren’t allowed to just build the driver into the car, he had to be able to get in and out without the car itself being taken apart. I must have made more than 100 of those beasts.”