MODEL BUILDER – The Model Building Game!! Episode 1 – Building our first models!!

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Did you ever wonder how to build a model? Or wonder how other people build models? Well, now you can build models all day long in the comfort of your computer chair!!

From the Devs:
“Model Builder is a game about building and customizing model vehicles. Assemble, customize and display your creations – fill virtual shelves with amazing machines! Whether you’re a veteran or a novice, you are bound to have fun!”

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January 2022 PC Build Specs (Since so many of you asked):

CPU: Intel i9 10900K
RAM: 64GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 3200mhz
CPU Cooler: Corsair H100i RGB water cooler
Graphic card: Asus ROG NVidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Strix w/12GB of Video Memory
Power Supply: Corsair HX1000i (1000Watt)
Primary Hard Drive: 2TB Samsung 970 EVO Pro NVMe M.2 SSD
Secondary Drive: Samsung 850 EVO 1TB
Tertiary HDD: Western Digital 2TB Black HDD
Case: Cooler Master Cosmos SE
Monitor: Asus 27″ Republic of Gamers SWIFT – 1ms response time @ 165Hz
Mouse: Logitech G502
Keyboard: Logitech G910
Virtual Reality: Oculus Rift – CV1


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  1. This kinda makes me want to finish that Gunpla I had sitting on my shelf for years…
    I REALLY REALLY hope they add Gunpla and WH40K models.

  2. The pipes on the car should have been pre-painted before gluing on the kit. The devs missed it there. That is how a real model would be built.

  3. So rather than actually build models for a hobby, you just slob out on your PC and pretend.
    World has gone feckin mad.

  4. You missed the very top of the Hammer Spray Paint detail they wanted as well on the Dwarf by the way that is why you did not get a prefect on the paint work, I noticed watching this.
    Nice presentation so far of this thanks!

  5. I hope this "game" gets better and more real as. These first couple of models remind me of the "Snap-Together" models for kids.

  6. I have to add this: My Ultimate model was a 1/72 scale B-52. That model was large. In the instructions for the paint, it had,I think, 4 different schemes: Camouflage was one of them. That was the one I chose. Oh, there were 2 camo schemes. I chose the one t I felt was the harder one. I must admit, it came out just like the diagram, but I think better. That was maybe about 35 years ago.

    Modeling in relaxing. That's why I enjoy it.
    PeterrJ. Sabo

  7. Brad, I don't know if YOU checked out "Eagle Craft" but, FYI…it is NOT a model company. They produce aluminum Custom Boats.

    Great to see this "game" come out. I AM a modeler and have been since pre-teen(I'm now 63). I've built mostly planes, but my first models were cars. I must say, I wasn't very good. But over the years, I've done some amazing paint jobs. I mostly build WW 2 planes. I've also done some war ships as well(WW 2). I had started a model airplane-The B-17F. I haven't finished it though. LIFE had gotten in the way. Plus, we live in a very small apartment, which doesn't leave much room. But, we're, my wife and I, are planning to relocate sometime this year and I'm going to get back into it. I definitely WILL have a room/studio for it.

    Keep making videos like this. You are great and sometimes funny. I like that. Keep up the good work.

    Peter J. Sabo

  8. I've done many model trains and like the idea of this. Hopefully it inspires actual modeling, but the game is missing plastic spurs to shave off and fun with glue. That first plane really needed some stickers or paint.

  9. It is cool they used real products that storage unit. Was made by hobby zone. I love my hobby zone products that is what I have it cost me 150 for the ones I chose. It is also cool it has real manufacturers of paint in the game

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