February 2000 news flash
Sam just got paid to look over and talk about future Lego Mindstorms add-ons as part of a Mindstorms focus group. Also, Sam and Arthur each won a Lego Throwbots set in an online contest.
Sam starts a lot more of these than he finishes -- you'll see that a lot of them are "in process" -- and every so often gets back to them and adds a few more paragraphs. He and his little brother Arthur also like to make up Lego stories while we're doing things like walking to the grocery store, many more than actually ever end up getting written down.
Sam was born on 9/26/88, so you can work out from there how old he was when he wrote one story or another.
We also have a collection of other people's Lego stories: Lego's "The Golden Medallion" comic book, and the books "Adventure in Legoland", "Safari Adventure in Legoland", "Doctor Dog" and "Edward's Skyscraper." We also have the Dorling Kindersley Ultimate Lego Book as well as a big stack of their Lego puzzle and maze books.
We've been pleasantly surprised to see Lego blocks/minifigs turn up in various games, so we thought we might as well list them for others who like such things. The non-online computer games are all of the DOS/Windows variety, because that's what we have.
Sam has also programmed some Windows computer games of his own featuring Lego characters -- one of these days you'll probably see one or more of them listed here too.
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