Another Akiyuki masterpiece! If you concentrate on the center of the module, you’ll see the balls reaching the top of the module as if they were flying in the air. […]Read more
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Beware the dragons! Six Heads module is another super smart masterpiece from Akiyuki. The colorful dragons catch the balls in their mouth and carry them on the platform in their […]Read more
Reach the top of the tower! Bucket Wheel Tower relies on a very smart mechanism from Akiyuki that transports your balls from a rotating arm to another on a vertical […]Read more
Time for some Free-Throw Shots! The amazing Basket Shooter module designed by Akiyuki allows you to “shoot” your favorites soccer and basket balls in the air in a pretty accurate […]Read more
“Catch and Release” is a must-have GBC! You will for sure see this module designed by Akiyuki (or a module derived from it) in all GBC exhibitions. Its 4 rotating […]Read more
Fasten the seat belt! Marble Run module will throw your favorite soccer and basket balls full speed on the ramp of this impressive rollercoaster. The maestria of Akiyuki is to […]Read more
“Spiral Ball Lift” is a simple but smart module engineered by Nico71, a French GBC module designer. Even though the mechanism is not ultra-impressive, the module seems pretty reliable and […]Read more
Released in 2011, engineered by AKIYUKI, “Ball Factory V2” is, in my humble opinion, one of the most impressive GBC module ever. The complete module is powered by a single […]Read more
Hop, hop, hop, hop, you will love the way Akiyuki Cup to cup module is carrying the balls to their final destination. Planet GBC proposes you here the v2 of […]Read more
Dual Lifting Arms module from nxtstep101 is slightly inspired by Akiyuky’s Lifter Triggered by a Stuck Ball module. The simplicity of building of this module, its reliability as well as […]Read more