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Fallout 4 player builds massive working Rubik's Cube

One Fallout 4 builder takes skill and dedication to the next level with an amazing Rubik's Cube creation
By: Derek Strickland | Gaming News | Posted: Nov 19, 2015 8:18 pm
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For all of its time-absorbing tinkering, Fallout 4 has been aptly described as "Settlement Simulator 2015". Many gamers have spent thousands upon thousands of hours perfecting their digital homesteads and massive cities (myself included), pushing the limit as far as possible while giving birth to amazing feats of ingenuity.

 

 

This latest creation is a prime example of simulation mastery. Reddit user Theowest has created a gigantic working Rubik's Cube with Fallout 4's workshop system, putting a good portion of workshop creations to shame. The Rubik's Cube creation took over 25 hours to build and is powered by an absurd power matrix consisting of some 180 generators and thousands upon thousands of power cords. The sheer scope of the project is awe-inspiring, especially since most people can't keep track of a single power grid...not to mention hundreds of them.

 

This Rubik's Cube is absolutely amazing, and I'm beyond impressed with this creation. Fallout 4 lets you push your creative skills to the next level, but I have to say that this kind of thing is much easier on PC as you can simply use console commands to add infinite materials. Let's hope Theowest contemplates a job in structural design--he's a pure natural.

 

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This Rubik's Cube is absolutely amazing, and I'm beyond impressed with this creation. Fallout 4 lets you push your creative skills to the next level, but I have to say that this kind of thing is much easier on PC as you can simply use console commands to add infinite materials. Let's hope Theowest contemplates a job in structural design--he's a pure natural.

 

You might be wondering how you unlock those fancy LED lights, as a quick cursory scan of the vanilla Fallout 4 workshop doesn't have them listed. Certain settlement cosmetics are unlocked with issues of the Picket Fences magazine, which is scattered throughout the wasteland. We're currently prepping up a workshop and settlement guide that will feature a ton of basics and advanced tips, as well as a full sheet of the Picket Fences magazines.

 

Feel free to share your mighty creations in the comments section below! I personally would love to wrangle up some of the best custom settlements in a top ten article, and I'm always eager to see what kinds of crazy things players will cook up next.

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