Monday, December 2, 2013

HispaBrick Magazine, Again!

We are on the news, again!

We have been collaborating once more with HispaBrick Magazine. HispaBricks is a news magazine about LEGO products and the LEGO world. HispaBricks started in 2008 as a Spanish language magazine, but it grow up so much, that right now there is also an English language version!

Take a look at the different issues, there are incredible articles, marvelous designs, fantastic interviews, brilliant tutorials and more. You can find information about the traditional LEGO bricks, the always surprising LEGO Technic, the creative Mindstorms, and now the mighty WeDo. I sincerely believe that there is enough interesting material to make everybody happy.

You can view the magazines online, download them for free, or purchase a printed copy.

Check them out, you will never know what hidden gem you could find hidden in those pages.

If you want to read the article, click here or on the picture.

Salimos en las noticias, otra vez!

Estuvimos nuevamente colaborando con la Revista HispaBrick. Hispabricks es una revista acerca de los productos de LEGO y el mundo de LEGO. HispaBricks inició en el 2008 como una revista en español, pero creció tanto que ahora también hay una versión en inglés.

Ojeen las diferentes ediciones, tienen increíbles artículos, diseño maravillosos, entrevistas fantásticas, tutoriales brillantes y más. Puedes encontrar información acerca de los bloques tradicionales de LEGO, el siempre sorprendente LEGO Technic, el creativo Mindstorms, y ahora el poderoso WeDo. Sinceramente creo que hay material suficiente para hacer feliz a todos.

Puedes ver las revistas en línea, descargarlas gratis o comprar un versión impresa.

Revísenlas, nunca sabrás que joya escondida te estará esperando en alguna de sus páginas.

Si quieres leer el artículo, haz clic aquí o sobre la imagen.


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