Rubik’s Cube master figures out a Lego hack to beat ‘Jurassic Park’ game

What other tricks does this guy have up his sleeve? 


Mike Fenn

Internet Culture

Published Apr 15, 2014   Updated May 31, 2021, 11:33 am CDT

Guinness World Record holder Uli Kilian is an expert with things that sport many moving parts.

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In 2011, he achieved his record-holder status when he solved 100 Rubik’s Cube puzzles in about four hours during the London Marathon. Now, he has demonstrated his talents with a completely different toy: Legos.

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According to WiredKilian figured out how to master the free-to-play iPad game Jurassic Park Builder, which challenges players to earn in-game currency by tapping on dinosaurs every few minutes. Since he can’t tend to the game’s tedious tapping all the time, he enlisted the help of a Lego Technic set.

The Lego Technics robot taps the dinosaurs while Kilian performs other tasks, like sleeping. Brilliant. 

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H/T Wired / Screengrab via RubiksRun/YouTube

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*First Published: Apr 15, 2014, 6:47 pm CDT