This 3D Printed Goldeneye Remote Mine Will Make All Your Devious Dreams Come True

You have done this. I know you have. You've played Goldeneye on the N64. You've camped yourself in a room. You have surrounded that room with remote mines. More than you know how to count. You've waited for your enemy to come. You've snickered heartily. Now, via the strange wizardry of 3D printing, you can make your very own Goldeneye remote mine in real life. Make those virtual dreams a reality.

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More precise details on how to create one of these bad boys can be found here. I don't have a 3D printer and even if I did I'm too stupid to ever really work out how to do this, but I have a request. If you have a 3D printer and a decent brain in your head -- would you kindly make me 200 hundred of these. I want to barricade myself in the bathroom and hide in the bathtub with a RC-P90 giggling like a 14 year old drunk on cheap cider.

This is my dream.

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Comments

    Man, I house sit for a couple of friends often, would love for them to come home and have a few of these around the door when they walk in.

    Title says remote mine, article says proximity mine multiple times, then link says remote mine. Choose a mine type and stick to it.

      I want it to be mine.

      it has red lights, it is a remote mine, proxy mines had green, timed mines I believe had blue

    From memory, remote mines were red like the picture above, proximity green and timed yellow.

      I wouldn't know about anything other than remote mines. They were all I used! Z+B baby. I think. Been so long that I can't remember the button lay-out on a 64 controller.

    id watch out -any one who hasnt played goldeneye (is there such a person) might actually call in the bomb squad on this

    Police are going to have a field day with this, they probably need an orange cap somewhere!

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