LEGO Bricktales launched on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch last year (see: LEGO Bricktales Available on Xbox, PlayStation & More!), and starting today, it’s also available on mobile platforms. Experience a charming, colorful adventure set amongst beautiful LEGO brick dioramas featuring authentic brick-by-brick building gameplay. Details below.
Get ready to encounter an adventure described by Gamespot as “remarkably impressive”. Praised brick-building adventure LEGO Bricktales launches today on iOS and Android devices for $4.99 / €5.59 / £4.99. The unique brick-by-brick building mechanic in LEGO Bricktales is perfect for a touch-screen on mobile so you can take this colorful world with you while you’re on the go.
LEGO Bricktales sees you journeying across 5 beautiful LEGO brick-themed biomes, taking you to the green foliage of the deepest jungles, the scorching sand of sun-drenched deserts, the hustle and bustle of a city corner, the epic sight of a towering medieval castle and the paradise of tropical Caribbean islands. An intuitive new brick-by-brick building mechanic will help you solve the many fun puzzles you encounter on this adventure and bring your creative solutions to life.
“We’re so excited to be able to share the beautiful world of LEGO Bricktales with iOS and Android users today,” said Agostino Simonetta, Chief Games Officer at Thunderful. “We’re also really excited that LEGO have created new Pick-A -Brick packs that were inspired by some of the puzzles in the game. We can’t wait to see your digital and real life creations!”
To celebrate the release of the LEGO Bricktales game on mobile, LEGO put together five Pick-A-Brick packs inspired by key building challenges from the game. With just a few clicks you can be transported straight back to one of Grandpa’s biomes, and just like in the game, it’s down to your creativity instead of building instructions to design something unique!
What do you think? How do you like the new game? Did you have a chance to try it out yet? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!
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Any Lego game without brickro-transactions is a win in my book…
I wonder how this compares to the old 1998 Lego Creator game….
Yay, no kidding! Those micro transactions were annoying!
The graphics look great! I might give this a try.
I don’t know anything about Lego games and apps, but I’m always amazed by how realistic they look.
It looks as if the designers decided to tone down the primary colors, in order to give the game a more naturalistic look…