I’m about to start. Okay: Weapon builders for all other video games can give up. This guy did that, cracking the case, so to speak, and creating perhaps the most incredible game-inspired item I’ve ever seen. This is Halo’s SPNKR (geddit) rocket launcher, somehow built as a real working “weapon” with a barrel that rotates like a game. And it plays the Halo theme.
All geilo (Opens in a new tab) Is the online handle of the engineering genius behind this and is definitely in line with the theme of his channel. He is working on an ambitious construction project to “use dangerous goods and tools with the risk of fire, explosion, poisoning, blunt trauma, electrical amputation, major lacerations, visceral removal, or other hazards”. ..
I also love the phrase “Practice your model rocket responsibly” at the beginning of the video above. He explains the process of building this and shows it to several targets. However, if someone dressed as Master Chief needs a one-minute clip to shoot this into the lake from behind the mongoose … et voila!
SPMKR rocket launcher in real life … Must be dreaming #HaloInfinite#Halopic.twitter.com/ZHsuF8DtfSJuly 12, 2022
Yeah, that’s the most video game butt I’ve ever seen. I suspect someone was walking near the lake that day when the Master Chief with SPNKR suddenly barreled down the mongoose path.
Jarius says he wants to build this one for “more than 15 years”, but the build is based on the weapon design of the latest Halo game, Infinite. This guy loves rockets. Basically, “I think the coolest weapon in video games is the rocket launcher. At the top of my list is Halo.”
This is not the first attempt to build SPNKR. It’s the first ability to launch a real powerful rocket, but not even the first attempt to launch something. Incorporating weapon elements such as clamshell reload animation, second shot barrel rotation, and idle barrel animation when the weapon is reindexed, the attention to detail goes far beyond what you’ve ever seen. increase.As such, and even sticking to the stated dimensions of the object in-game as closely as possible (obviously the “bore diameter is” How to do off”).
This is clearly a passionate project and it shows it. Also, the Jarius video is a highlight reel for the entire build process, and rocket enthusiasts can find lots of other longer videos. On his channel (Opens in a new tab) Here are some of the painstaking tasks that have been spent on this.