LEGO® BRICKTALES OUT TODAY ON XBOX, PLAYSTATION, SWITCH & PC

Begin a charming adventure set amongst colourful LEGO® brick dioramas and featuring authentic brick-by-brick building gameplay 

Yesterday, we were able to bring you our prerelease review of Thunderful Studio’s LEGO® Bricktales. Today, the game has been released on Major consoles, as well as PC/Mac/Linux for for $29.99 / €29.99 / £24.99 (Australian price pending…). Our reviewer had found the game engaging and having appear for puzzle gamers and LEGO fans alike.

Gothenburg, Sweden – October 12th, 2022: It’s time to unleash your imagination as highly anticipated brick-building adventure LEGO® Bricktales launches today on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch for $29.99 / €29.99 / £24.99. Featuring lovingly crafted LEGO brick dioramas built entirely with authentic LEGO elements and a creative brick-by-brick building mechanic, LEGO Bricktales is perfectly crafted to delight generations of LEGO fans across the globe.  

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. 

As you search for inspiration to help your grandfather reinvigorate his rundown amusement park and meet a host of colourful characters that you can help with your LEGO-building skills, you’ll be tasked with putting together cool aesthetic creations, such as market stands and music boxes, and have your building skills tested with functional physics-based puzzles like building cranes and gyrocopters, delivered by the team behind the Bridge Constructor series. 

Every location in the game offers a variety of construction spots with their own sets of LEGO bricks. Each of these challenges is designed to unlock the power of your imagination, leaving it up to the player to figure out a unique build that will work, created via a brick-by-brick building mechanic that replicates the real experience of building with LEGO bricks. 

Whether you’re being asked to put on your designer hat and build a throne fit for a king or testing your engineering skills to build a bridge that will get heavy machinery across a river, how you construct your builds and meet the challenges you’re being offered is up to you! 

“We’re thrilled to finally release LEGO Bricktales on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC today,” said Dieter Schoeller, Vice-President of Production at Thunderful. “We can’t wait to see what creative builds our players will come up with and I know I’ll be checking out social media to see what our players have been putting together using the game’s brick-by-brick building mechanic!” 

LEGO Bricktales website: bricktal.es   

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Steam | Epic Games Store | GOG

PlayStation | Xbox | Nintendo Switch        

I’ll have to admit, I am curious to see how the building mechanic shapes up here: as you progress through the game, you gain access to more elements to complete the building challenges, improving the parts palette available for your brick-built solutions. To get through the game play, you can build a quick and robust solution, but once a level is completed, you gain additional elements in your sandbox to enhance and expand your build.

If you have’nt already read it, don’t forget to take a look at Harry’s review of the game.

Will this building mechanic inspire LEGO builders who are not yet in the habit of building digitally? Or will they prefer to hone their skills in Stud.io? Why not leave you thoughts below, and until next time,

Play Well!

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