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L.O.G.'s Video Game Factory
|Game(s)||Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts|
L.O.G.'s Video Game Factory a building located in the highest point of Showdown Town. It is owned by the Lord of Games, and is where he produces all video games. The factory resembles an arcade machine, with a screen, two red buttons and a joystick.
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
In Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, L.O.G.'s Video Game Factory is one of the first places Banjo and Kazooie need to visit, as it is there where they can obtain their first Game Globe to open the Act 1 of Nutty Acres.
After that, the factory can be climbed any time through a red wire behind it to reveal a Jiggy Tamper Switch with a Jiggy inside (that can be obtained by using Wrench-it Bolt beside it) and a Mumbo Crate sitting atop, containing the Cruisin' Light (x2), Plant Pot, Spirit of Pants and Windscreen (x2) vehicle parts. Climbing the tallest metal pole in the roof unlocks the "Head for Heights" achievement. Asking for Bottles in Showdown Town to show "something great" will move the camera to the top of the building where the crate and Jiggy Tamper Switch are found.
Once 75 Jiggies are acquired, a door in the factory will open, allowing the duo to enter Spiral Mountain.
During the ending sequence, Gruntilda can be found working inside the building as L.O.G.'s slave while Piddles supervises her. The witch then claims that "leaving [her there] was a big mistake", as she plans to make a "devious game".
- The room where the cutscene in Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts with Gruntilda working inside the factory takes place can be seen through glitches under the Spiral Mountain Game World.