Check this bustling corner of Chinatown Street. This exotic Oriental Tea-house served many different variety of herbal brewed drinks. However, don’t be deceived by it’s innocent shopfront as this Tea-house is actually run by Chinese Triads, but never fear, come right in and you will experience the dazzling sensation in this one of a kind hangout.
Exotic Oriental Tea-house
Oh, before I forget, did I mention that the owner belongs to Eurobricks member, Righteous Squid?
This nice looking Mafia Jail is build in the 1930′s era which is currently fortify by the Police Force. However, I supposed things are not going to be nice for these Police Officers, as Mafia Gang Members are now surrounding the building complex and intend to rescue their boss, Rocky Marlo. Check out this nice piece of creation, done by our Eurobricks member, Ratshot.
Mafia Jail, 1930's era
Prohibition and the related Mafia practices seem to be recurring themes in some recent MOCs. Brickshelf user Jerrec adds this brilliant ‘Bank Heist’ playset to the Prohibition theme. It features a ‘roof entrance’, a ‘run down door’, and – no kidding – a safe with a working combination lock. But the best thing is that these play features don’t distract at all from the looks of this wonderful MOC. Check out the innovative use of minifig legs as decorative pieces above the windows and the way those woolen hats are used on the lights next to the entrance.
Who said that looks and playability can't go hand in hand?
This is one of those MOCs that in terms of construction, playability, and presentation could go straight on LEGO’s Shop@Home web site.
Sure, they are a little late for the recently finished Prohibition Mafia on Eurobricks (but then again: who would have thought it would be game over in only a few nights?), but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t feature these excellent mafia (and police) rides by PigletCiamek (Piglet on Brickshelf). These cars, in beautiful 1920s style, all seat at least two and most cases even four minifigs. Be sure to check out shots of each of the individual cars on Brickshelf. You can even watch the mafia in action using their rides.
Here at Classic-Town.net, we strive to bring you both a reflection of the past and a look at the potential future of your Classic Town. In this case, the future brings death and destruction, plotting and treachery, and a whole lot of fun along the way.
This is the latest in Mafia based online gaming, with a LEGO twist. It’s set in a Classic Town inhabited by a whole group of smiling classic faces, but what hides behind those simple smiles? The only way to find out is to head over to Eurobricks and follow the action.
Can you figure out who the innocent townspeople are, before the Mafia wipes them out? More importantly, can they?