LEGO is a very successful company. This Denmark-based company has been around since 1932, and has been selling toys to kids for a long, long time. The LEGO bricks and belonging figurines have won the hearts of kids all over the world, and the company has been partnering up with video game developers for years now in order to bring the LEGO world to life. We’ve seen a number of LEGO games released thus far, including Star Wars, Batman, Jurassic World and Indian Jones-themed LEGO games, to name a few.
That being said, LEGO Movie has hit theaters two years ago, and was a huge success at the box office. Well, for those of you who loved the LEGO Movie and are into gaming, you’ll be glad to know that the LEGO Movie (video) game is now available in the Google Play Store. Warner Bros. International Enterprises is the company behind this game, and yes, Warner Bros. released a number of previous LEGO games as well. Now, even though the Android version of a LEGO Movie game is a little bit late to the party, many of you are probably happy to see it launch at all. This game has been available on other platforms for quite some time now, and we don’t know what took Warner Bros. so long to bring us the Android version, but here it is. This game uses an isometric viewpoint and a tap-and-swap interface which seems to work pretty well, and introduces some new gaming mechanics. ‘Master Builders’ can actually create new objects from LEGO bricks, which is quite interesting.
There are over 90 characters available in the game (from the movie), including Batman, Superman, Gandalf, Emmet, etc. There are 45 levels included in this game which should keep you interested, and the aforementioned ‘Master Builders’ LEGO creations will surely help out with that. Now, keep in mind that this game is not free, it cost $4.99, but will provide hours and hours of play time in return. We’ve included a number of official LEGO Movie game images in the gallery down below for you to check out, and if you’re interested in purchasing this game, click on the Google Play button down below.