Whenever you think you’ve seen Doom run on just about anything, tinkerers surprise us with new oddities.
Over the years, something like an unofficial competition has developed, on which possible devices (or things) the technically undemanding classic Doom can be displayed and, above all, played. We’ve seen the mother of all shooters in cars, on refrigerator displays, on Twitter, and even on stretch marks. You think it couldn’t be more absurd? Wrong thought, because a tinkerer has now unleashed the demons inside a tiny Lego brick.
The beveled brick is commonly used to miniaturize computer screens in Lego sets. A small circuit including a tiny LCD display with a resolution of 72×40 pixels can be accommodated in the cavity. And it is actually enough to roughly recognize what is going on in the small stone.
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The gimmick was worked out and shared on Twitter by Doom enthusiast James Brown. There he also gives insights into the technology that is in the Lego brick. What do you think is next?