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LEGO Star Wars, Ninjago & other game apps

by admin on May 8, 2018

in LEGO Games & Apps

There are a couple of fun LEGO mobile apps that were recently released and you might want to try out. I have played around with some of them and they are quite engaging and challenging. Below are the details as well as trailers for both of the apps. 🙂

LEGO STAR WARS MICROFIGHTERS APP: This is a fun little app with a chance to navigate some LEGO Star Wars Microfighters! Here is the official description: Pick your LEGO minifigure pilot, choose your LEGO Star Wars Microfighters vehicle and fly! Pilot a LEGO Star Wars Microfighters vehicle as you master the drift and set high-scores to unlock iconic Star Wars characters. Only the most skilled pilots can become a drift master! The game features 27 iconic LEGO Star Wars minifigures, including Han Solo, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia, and 9 Star Wars Microfighters, including the Millennium Falcon, an X-Wing, a Y-Wing, a TIE Fighter and more. The game also features authentic John Williams score for the ultimate LEGO Star Wars experience. Below is the trailer for the game, so you get a sense of how it looks, and you can download it at Google Play or the App Store.

LEGO NINJAGO: RIDE NINJA APP: This app uses motion-sensing tilt control to move the bike around, which is a new feature for LEGO games. Here is the official description: Battle the bad guys through Ninjago City in the free new ninja race combat game – LEGO Ninjago: Ride Ninja. Zane has gone undercover and infiltrated the Sons of Garmadon – a dangerous criminal organization and biker gang in Ninjago City. The Titanium Ninja is on a mission to find out what the gang is up to, and has almost earned their trust but needs to pass one final test to become one of them – survive their dangerous initiation race, the Street Race of Snake Jaguar! Playing as Zane, LEGO Ninjago: Ride Ninja sits you on the seat of his super-cool bike, equipped with a Ninjago sword and shuriken, for an all-action ninja combat racing game. Zane knows this race is going to be tough as there are no rules, and the bikers like to play dirty. The Sons of Garmadon give chase – some ride motorbikes, Ultra Violet rides her Stone Booster bike and Mr. E’s devilish Oni Bike has deadly chopping blades with spikes! Below is the trailer for the game, and you can download it at Google Play (should be coming to the App Store soon also).

LEGO BRICKHEADZ BUILDER VR APP: This app was released some time back, but it has been updated with some additional cool features, allowing you to build pretty much anything not just BrickHeadz characters. The app works with the Google Daydream virtual reality viewer. Here is the official description: Have fun discovering new characters and objects by solving the play formulas in the magic book. Explore building virtual LEGO models and toying with playful and crazy LEGO BrickHeadz characters, changing their looks and behaviors. The game allows you to design your own LEGO BrickHeadz characters and bring them to life. You can play with your creations, and special combinations will unlock new characters and items. You can download the app at Google Play.

There are a number of other LEGO mobile app games as well, so make sure you check them out at Google Play or the App Store. They are fun to play when you have a little free time. Please note that all games developed by LEGO are appropriate and safe for younger players with no third-party adds or other content. And, of course, they are fun for older players too.

What do you think? Do you play any LEGO game apps? Which one is your favorite? Feel free to share your thoughts and own reviews in the comment section below! 😉

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Håkan May 8, 2018 at 10:23 AM

Is that “Level Up” torso an actual piece?

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Håkan May 8, 2018 at 10:25 AM

I’d like her hairpiece, as well, since it’s similar to 1960’s Gwen Stacy’s hair. (From Spider-Man.)

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admin May 8, 2018 at 12:02 PM

The torso isn’t an actual piece, but the hair is available in black with purple highlights: https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=87990pb01#T=C&C=11. And of course it’s also available without highlights in many colors: https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=87990#T=C

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Legostuff71 May 8, 2018 at 1:55 PM

Are they free ?

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admin May 8, 2018 at 2:07 PM

Yes, I probably should have said that, but all LEGO apps are free. 🙂

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FrenchToast May 8, 2018 at 2:13 PM

Lego’s apps are fun. I recommend them. They have a similar style and humor as the video games and animated shorts. They are designed for kids, so not too difficult.

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FrenchToast May 8, 2018 at 2:14 PM

I meant not too difficult but still fun. I admit, I play them sometimes too. 😀

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admin May 8, 2018 at 11:36 PM

Ahem… me too… 🙄

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Martin May 8, 2018 at 2:37 PM

Do they have any good games for adults?

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admin May 8, 2018 at 11:36 PM

I would say that in general the regular console games can be enjoyable to even teens and adults. Keep in mind though that all LEGO games are primarily meant for children.

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Legostuff71 May 8, 2018 at 11:48 PM

The thing that gets me, is Lego getting into the video gameing world. I mean Lego is based on creativity ( with bricks and its building ). So , I don’t see the creativity and I think it’s hurts the purpose of lego. I see more adults buying Lego sets and not so many kids . I mean ask THE BRICK SHOW they noticed the differents and it’s because kids have gone back to video games. One of the guys ( forgot wich one) talked about his kid and his friends going back into video games. Yes, it’s great to expand a business , but if it takes away the main product . I’m not sure it was a smart move on Lego part.

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admin May 9, 2018 at 12:18 AM

I remember that video. And that’s why LEGO always tries to have some kind of video-games around that reminds kids that building and playing with LEGO is fun. Games are not their main product, but they provide a bridge LEGO feels is important to maintain. Kids are still creative. It’s inherent to their nature and age, but they may express that creativity differently than previous generations. Many of the kids I know are into gaming for relaxation, but they also play sports. It’s not a bad combination. LEGO is trying to keep themselves relevant with the younger generation through games, as older LEGO fans won’t be always here to prop up product sales. Toys are a tough business to be in…

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Legostuff71 May 9, 2018 at 8:40 AM

I see your point . The times they are a changing .

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admin May 9, 2018 at 4:05 PM

Yeah…

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GJBricks May 9, 2018 at 9:36 AM

Lego DUPLO Town is a lot of fun! Can recommend it, especially for the house building bit. My eldest loves it! And it’s so charming to watch. (Spoiler: You get to use a bulldozer too!)

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admin May 9, 2018 at 4:07 PM

Hm… have to check that out! Anything with a bulldozer must be good! 😀

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