3DxGames – Collection of Printed Games Fan Art #3DxGames #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Today on our weekly live 3D Hangouts we are celebrating the many ways that 3D printing intersects with the worlds of games, gaming, gamers, and gamer fandom. (And we tackled a challenging Halo cosplay project!) Here’s a quick roundup of a few other 3DxGames projects that caught our interest to whet your appetite!

Collection of 3D Printed Games Fan Art!

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This is a replica of the Duke MK. 44 Hand cannon from the latest game created by Bungie and Activision, Destiny, released on the 9th September 2014. Available on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. This model is a mechanical replica with the reload action similar to the video below. This creates a better user experience especially when it comes to using this weapon as a prop or cosplay item. (read more)

3D Mario Scene by 3Dortgen Thingiverse

Can Danagoz’s 3D Mario Scene

Parts printed from UP! Plus 2 and Ultimaker2. (read more)

Super Mario THWOMP by EDB1984 Thingiverse

Super Mario THWOMP! by EDB1984

Halo 4 Helmet Full Size A by big red frog Thingiverse

Halo 4 Helmet Full Size A by big_red_frog

This project will cover detailed instructions and commentary around all three sizes of the 3D printable Halo 4 Master Chief helmet. I started this project to learn my way around Autodesk Fusion 360 for modelling ( free for hobbyist use ) and my Replicator 2…. (read more)

Bob omb Tissue Holder by omgpuppy Thingiverse

Bob-omb Tissue Holder by omgpuppy

Create your own bob-omb themed tissue dispenser! The ready-to-print models of the eyes and feet are made to fit this off-the-shelf tissue box perfectly. For added fun, check out the instructions for how to bob-omb-ify other objects around the house / shop. (read more)

Invaders v2 by sideburn Thingiverse

Invaders! (v2) by sideburn:

This new version more closely matches the character shapes of the original arcade game. It also includes the player cannon, barrier, and missles. (read more)

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