Legos and Gameboys and Transformers Collide in This Toy of Our Childhood Dreams

If I had to sum up my favorite things from my childhood, this would be it EXACTLY. Lego: the best kid's toy—bar none. Soundwave: the awesomest and most imitated Decepticon. And Game Boy: the first handheld gaming system that didn't suck. (I'm looking at you Tiger Electronics.)

And Lego builder Julius von Brunk has managed to merge all three into a single Lego creation that has me reaching for my credit card, even though I doubt they'll sell it. Domaster and Tetrawing, as they call it, is a near perfect Lego replica of a Game Boy, complete with insertable batteries and game cart. But it transforms into a perfect Soundwave clone, complete with its own version of Laserbeak from the Tetris cart. I need building instructions, and I need them now. [MOCPages via GoNintendo]

Legos and Gameboys and Transformers Collide in This Toy of Our Childhood Dreams

Legos and Gameboys and Transformers Collide in This Toy of Our Childhood Dreams

Legos and Gameboys and Transformers Collide in This Toy of Our Childhood Dreams

Legos and Gameboys and Transformers Collide in This Toy of Our Childhood Dreams