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Lego Singapore has created a custom Halloween-themed gaming PC made from over 20,000 bricks.

On Sunday, Lego posted a video of a one-of-a-kind project built in collaboration with Aftershock PC on several of its social media accounts, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

“Just in time for Halloween 🎃 This PC monster brick game is giving us chills,” read the post’s captions.

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The video features a variety of Halloween-inspired PC details, from spider webs and skeletons to vampires, zombies, and mad scientist minifigures.

According to Geek Culture, the Lego Singapore build features a GeForce RTX 3090 and an Intel i9-12900KF processor. To prevent the PC from overheating, it has an open-loop water cooling system.

The toy company’s posts about the computer have gone viral, with its own Twitter the publication receiving more than 221,600 views and 6,400 likes; his Facebook post received over 280,000 views and 10,000 likes; and her Instagram post garnered more than 1.4 million views and 98,500 likes.

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Featured image via @lego

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