LEGO brick stories
In collaboration with The LEGO Group, Thunderful is pleased to announce that its highly anticipated brick-building adventure, LEGO Bricktales, will be released on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on October 12th.
Developed by the team behind the Bridge Constructor series, LEGO Bricktales takes you on a journey through 5 beautiful LEGO-themed biomes as you search for inspiration to help your grandfather revive his neglected amusement park. An intuitive new brick-by-brick building mechanic will help you solve the many fun puzzles you’ll encounter in this adventure and bring your solutions to life.
Using the power of your imagination, LEGO Bricktales asks you to assemble cool aesthetic creations, such as market stalls and music boxes, as well as test your building skills with physics-based functional puzzles, such as building cranes and gyrocopters. You’ll need them to help the LEGO Minifigures you meet in each diorama and unlock new skills through your good deeds.
The LEGO Bricktales adventure will take you through the green leaves of the deepest jungles, the scorching sands of sunny deserts, the hustle and bustle of a city on the corner, the epic scene of a towering medieval castle and the paradise of tropical Caribbean islands. Within each you’ll find different build locations with their own sets of bricks – it’s up to you to find a unique building that will work. Whether you’re asked to put on your designer hat and build a throne fit for a king, or test your engineering skills to build a bridge that will be dredged across a river, it’s up to you to build your structures and take on the challenges presented to you!
“The fan and media response to LEGO Bricktales since we revealed the game and gave people a chance to touch it at events like gamescom has been incredible,” said Dieter Schoeller, VP of Production at Thunderful. “It’s been exciting to see people experience the essence of a LEGO game in the creativity offered by brick-by-brick construction, and I can’t wait for everyone to really get their hands on it when LEGO Bricktales hits PlayStation, Xbox, Switch and PC on October 12.” »