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Lego bricks have been used to represent anything, from films to monuments to historical people. But what happens if available pieces are limited to a minimum number, e.g. 5 or 6? Now it becomes quite difficult to represent a chair, a duck or a child, although very funny. And if with the same pieces we are asked to draw the concept of water, happiness or risk, wouldn't it be a nice challenge?
The LegoPixelArt game consists exactly in this: compose a bi-dimensional drawing using a small set of pieces to represent a given concept. In the second phase of the game, we can look at the creations of the other players, trying to guess which concept they wanted to represent with their drawing. In this way the participants can experience the two aspects of creative expression: the phase of the creation and the phase of interpretation.