LEGO Digital Designer
|Op. System:||Windows 8/7/Vista/XP|
|File size:||160 MB|
|Publisher:||The LEGO Group.|
Editor's review LEGO Digital Designer
Lego Digital Designer allows users to play with Legos for free without having to pay for it. It comes loaded with many features with only some minor drawbacks and it is such a fun program to use. This program is graphics intensive and it is able to zoom in and out seamlessly and comes with a 360 degrees point of view rotation, it is capable of connecting the bricks to each other while at the same time rotating them while moving any hinges present to make it possible to explore how the pieces can fit together. Various parts included are model jet engines, basic bricks and the infrared sensors. Generally speaking, the Brick Palette tends to put all your bricks in a single basked and makes it incredibly easier to manage them as you don’t have to keep tracking over two dozen subpalettes which catalogue the variations. Beginners are helped a lot by the seventeen prebuilt models. Your model can be placed against the cheesy 3D background after which you can save it and take a screenshot as well as explode it and then reassemble it when you click your mouse next. Users have an opportunity of watching an animated guide showing how even the most complex designs can be recreated. In addition, the model can be sent to Lego.com where it is shared with the Lego builders. Version 2 comes with an awesome user interface which is truly a very big improvement even though some of the controls can be a little more intuitive. Being free, this is certainly the cheapest experience you can ever have from Lego.