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Loving games often means more than just playing them the way they were designed. Even when we can’t sit down with a controller, we want to be interacting with the characters and settings from our favorite virtual worlds. We’ve found a handful of dioramas and paper statues (known as papercraft) based on popular video games that allow for exactly that, and we’ve collected them here for you. Click the source (when available) for instructions on how to make these projects yourself.
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