The 1998 game LEGO Loco features a plethora of Minifigs that roam around the city:
Can all these characters be recreated with real minifig parts?
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Only five characters can be built exactly (denoted by ✅). Another 11 can be made quite closely (🤷). The other 12 I believe are partially or entirely made up (❌).
I tried to make sure all parts were available at the time of the game, exceptions are stated.
The image of each part is also a link to Bricklink.
I initially thought the hair looked like Hair Male with some extra bits printed on the face, even though that part does not exist in red. User Steve Bennett pointed out, and I agree now, that those extra parts do appear to be part of the hair piece.
This hair piece looks like a similar style, but released after the game.
I could not find a torso that matches, but I found a kind-of similar one.
The hair appears to be white, but it does not exist. I could not find a torso that matches, it looks like a variation of the banker's jacket.
It looks like he's holding a briefcase.
The hair might not be an exact match, but it's the only hair with pigtails that existed at the time of the game. The developers might have also taken some creative liberties.
I'm also tempted to think it could just be Hair Male again with pigtails added.
It appears there are some very faint glasses, but I couldn't find any such face.
There is a more modern hair piece that could work too.
As user Darrel Hoffman pointed out, there are shorter legs available. However, these do not articulate and are a slightly different shade of pink to the other pinks.
Lee's torso doesn't seem to match any exactly, but two match closely. It seems that Lego only begun producing skateboards in 2003, but included one anyway. (yellow wheels don't exist)
The hat does not exist in green.
Just a regular skeleton.
No hat exists with that pattern.
Swap black hands for yellow. (Note other small differences in the torso)
As user Darrel Hoffman pointed out, there are shorter legs available. The medium ones articulate, but the short ones are also available in pink for the girl (#3).
Surprisingly, I couldn't find this torso.
Milk bottles don't exist, but could be simulated with
I couldn't find hair that match, nor a female head with grey eyebrows. It could just be Hair Male with buns.
The torso has yellow arms, instead of pink. The hips are also pink, not light grey.
This oversized head does not exist. I couldn't find a matching face either.
The hair has the same options as #3.
I couldn't find the head or torso. I suspect the head is made up since it has a nose, which is not something Lego does for standard minifigures (#9's face is one such exception).
Lego does definitely not add a "contour" to its torsos either. This torso also looks like an extreme variation of the banker's jacket.
This one also appears entirely made up. However, Lego did create a mohawk piece after the game was developed. (as pointed out by Fredric Shope in a comment)
This torso is the closest I could find, just add the bare yellow arms.
The same face as #13 (not winking, though).
I believe the face is has just been given the angry expression in this rendering. Note that the torso appears dark grey, and the green seems to have been removed.
It looks like he has a walking stick, which doesn't exist.
This guy is entirely made up.
This is almost Dr Cyber from Time Cruisers, but with grey hair.
Similar to the banker, the face has been made angry.
This torso also looks like a non-existent variation of the banker's jacket.
I don't think his head exists, but it could be based on this.
This torso looks like yet another non-existent variation of the banker's jacket, but I've added a similar one I found.
His head and torso are almost certainly made up, but other options added.
The same face and torso (different colour) as #13.
The hat does not exist in any grey/silver colours, but could possibly be black. I didn't find the torso.
Same head as #22.
No wrench like this exists, but this one existed when the game was made.
And this one came after.
Same face as #13, #15, and #25.