Lego Maniacs' Guide: Links: Reference
- Directories (5)
- This may be the largest directory of Lego sites, but it isn't the only one. You can find other lists here.
- Games (8)
- You can play a variety of games using your bricks. Details are on these sites.
- Lego Theme Parks (6)
- Information and photos from Lego's theme parks in Europe and California
- Reviews (4)
- Want to know if a set is good before you fork over the money? Check out these review sites.
- Usenet Newsgroups (2)
- Before the Web existed, there was Usenet. It's still a source of lively discussion among Lego fans.
- ADEQUATE.com Lego Maniacs' Guide
- This is the site you're on right now! We've got reviews, links, shopping information, original creations, games, and an online community that lets you make your own home page.
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- Gerry's Classic Lego Cars
- A useful reference site for all HO scale Lego micro-vehicles (1960-1965). You'll find everything you'll need to know about Lego micro-vehicles, with informed tips on collecting along with a comprehensive gallery of all known vehicles produced.
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- Matt's Lego Train Depot
- If you're into Lego trains, this site is for you. It has set information, track layout ideas, hints and tips, and step by step building instructions.
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- Roy Gal's Lego Page
- A rather large Lego related site with original creations, sets for sale, and many things you won't find anywhere else.
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- Ryan's Lego Site
- This site contains scans of the sticker sheets that are included with various Lego sets.
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- Technic Online
- A Lego Technic reference, you will find the full Technic listing, magazines, and lastest news. Listings with pictures of every model ever made.
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- Weird Richard's Lego Bricks
- A site devoted to using Lego bricks as an educational tool. Subjects include robotics, architecture, engineering, mathematics, and plain old Lego building.
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