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Friday, June 12, 2009


So, you are getting the new Ghostbusters game next week and your kid is loving it, but wants more. They want a Proton Pack. Where are you going to get one? Who are you going to call? Well, I've put together a short tutorial on how to slap one together with some house hold items. I had most of them laying around my basement or kitchen to start out and I think I did a pretty good job. It's pretty durable (if you use enough hot glue) and the kids will have a field day. I'm mainly doing this, because no one on the web has a quick and easy pack to build for kids. So, here it goes. Just skip the wood and use more cardboard if you're not powertool savvy. I will be posting the first part of the tutorial tonight. It will get you through the pack and evendually I will make one about the proton wand. Good luck!


Frank said...

Hey Jeremy!

I can't seem to find the tutorial, but I think thats because I'm a work and can't load adobe for some reason today.

Its funny how many of these building proton packs blogs are showing up. I'm guilty as well. My kids have decided to be Ghostbusters this coming halloween so i'm going to be starting to build them as well. Would love to share tips/tricks with ya.

here's my blog Fickle Frank

Jason May said...

The tutorial is located on the next postfrom June 12th. I will try and get a proton wand tutorial up soon.