Doom BFG gun made from legos

Screengrab via ZaziNombies LEGO Creations/YouTube (CC-BY)

It would still hurt to step on.

Plenty of nerdy kids growing up in the '90s spent their days passing the time with video games and Lego. Those worlds have now collided, resulting in the legendary BFG from Doom made entirely out of Lego bricks.

The blast from the past that brings the Big Fucking Gun to life comes from YouTuber ZaziNombies. Using over 5,000 Lego bricks, the final product weighed in at over 20 pounds and measures at about three feet in length.

ZaziNombies' YouTube channel is filled with copious video games meet Lego weaponry creations as well. If Doom was never your jam, you're sure to find a near-perfect recreation of just about any noteworthy weapon from the last few decades in gaming.

H/T Mashable

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