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MEGA CONSTRUX IS SCREWED: BREAKING NEWS! MEGA CONSTRUX DOESN'T WANT YOU TO KNOW
That's like three different clickbait titles rolled into one. On principle alone, I wouldn't trust a word from something so blatantly, desperately attention-grabbing.

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Just as bad as "DONT FACETIME THANOS AT 3 AM!!!!!(OMG HE CAME TO MY HOUSE!!!!!)!!!!!!!!!"

Literally the same video right there.

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And by the way, I meant to leave out the apostraphe in "Don't."

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But they're not screwed. At all.
Not to be racist, but the Chinese are horrible at creating their own ideas. Because of this, they just rip off brands. But NEWS FLASH:

They aren't good at that, either!

Mega Construx isn't screwed. If Chinese bootleg ripoffs were actually good quality and could replace the good companies, Apple would have gone out of business years ago.
Good point

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So no worries, man. MCX isn't going anywhere.

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Found the vidso with the fake mega
MEGA CONSTRUX IS SCREWED: BREAKING NEWS! MEGA CONSTRUX DOESN'T WANT YOU TO KNOW
Kids, this is why you don't trust videos with clickbait names.

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1that was fast
2 how they must of scanned it with some 3D printer
o 3rd video name UnfriendlyPorcupine please
It's much more likely they are taken from the same molds as the "legit" Mega Construx toys, if not directly stolen from the assembly line. A big issue with toy production, or pretty much any other consumer product production, in China is that a factory owner can (and they do) "borrow" molds and patterns to make their own production runs of "knock-offs".

I say can "borrow" not because they can necessarily legally do so but because they have physical access to the molds and patterns and more often than not employees of the actual company contracting time in their factory doesn't have an employee physically present at the point of production. And to the second point (stealing from the assembly line) that isn't rare either.


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