Lego Project That Shoots 6 Playing Cards Per Second
Like Why Cats Paint, it seemed as if Cards as Weapons was also a bit of a con job, all the more because it was written by con job historian and legendary trickster Ricky Jay. Nevertheless, Ricky Jay was a master of card throwing, card tricks, and tricky tricks in general. But we don’t think he’d approve of this spectacular project from the Brick Entertainment channel: a lego card shooter that can hit rates of 6 cards per second. Not even Ricky Jay could pull that off!
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