Poké Balls and tools become fan made LEGO sets

While Pokémon Legends: Arceus rivals Elden Ring in the international sales charts, a group of LEGO brick enthusiasts present a fun series of themed creations.

The LEGO User Group OrangeTeam LUG, an important Italian community officially recognized by LEGO, has in fact created the models of some of the tools present in the Game Freak title. Thanks to the iconic Danish bricks, the ingenious gamers have recreated the “tools of the trade” used by the protagonist of Pokémon Legends: Arceus.

The creations made by the OrangeTeam LUG, in particular, depict classic instruments such as Apricorn and Poké Ball, but also the more complex Mega Ball and Ultra Ball. Aware of the growing passion for LEGO that animates the videogame community, the creative group has decided to make available online a free manual for the construction of LEGO sets depicting a Poké Ball. The construction of the small building requires the use of about 400 colored bricks, for a challenge suitable for all ages and which requires approximately one hour to complete. Starting from the Poké Ball model, the most creative users will then be able to try to recreate in turn the other tools taken from the imaginary of Pokémon Legends: Arceus.

Debuted in January 2022, the Game Freak title, we recall, is available exclusively on Nintendo Switch.