‘The Lego Movie Videogame’ Brings The Big Screen To iOS

The Lego Movie Video Game

‘The Lego Movie Videogame’ Brings The Big Screen To iOS

The Lego Movie Video Game

iPhone and iPad gamers can shout “Everything is awesome!” on Thursday when The Lego Movie Video game launches in the Apple App Store.
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[/one_fourth][three_fourth_last]Just like in the 2014 movie, the game stars unremarkable Emmett as he journeys to find the Kragle and save the Lego universe from staying in eternal stasis. It’s developed by TT Games, the team behind the other popular Lego gaming hybrids like Lego Star Wars and Lego The Hobbit.Continuing the trend of gameplay from previous Lego titles by TT Games, the game puts players in control of various characters from the movie, making use of Lego pieces to make their way through several levels. For the first time in the series, environments are completely made out of Lego pieces. The game introduces two main new character types: Regular Builders (such as Emmet in earlier levels) and Master Builders (such as Batman, Benny, Princess Uni-Kitty, Vitruvius, and Wyldstyle).

Regular Builders are unable to normally construct objects out of piles of Lego pieces and instead require instruction pages that are found throughout each level for the construction worker characters to use. Using these, players follow the instructions to build objects with specific pieces like real-life LEGO sets. Master Builders, on the other hand, have the ability to grab Lego pieces from the environment and use them to create something new. While Lord Business is known for using switches in either his Lord Business form or his President Business form, other known abilities for each of the characters include fixing machinery, hacking into computers, destroying gold bricks with lasers, destroying silver bricks with rockets or dynamite, starting fires, and putting out fires.The game has 45 levels and features 90 characters from the movie, including Batman, Superman and Gandalf. It has two types of control options for touch screens and supports iOS-compatible controllers.

The game was released by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment alongside the film in 2014 is also for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One,and on 16 October 2014 for Mac OS X by Feral Interactive.

‘The Lego Movie’ Videogame is available for $4.99

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