LEGO Bricktales game coming to iOS and Android on April 27, 2023

Developed by ClockStone Studio and Thunderful, LEGO Bricktales will be launching on iOS and Android devices on April 27, 2023.

The exciting puzzle adventure game debuted on Steam, GOG, Epic Games Store, Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch in October last year. Available for $29.99, LEGO Bricktales offers a unique “brick-by-brick building mechanic” for players to complete puzzles using their imagination, watch their creations come to life, and help inhabitants. Now, this experience will be available on mobile or touch screens.

LEGO Bricktales

Enjoy the puzzle adventures of LEGO Bricktales on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS

After macOS, the LEGO Bricktales game will be arriving on iPhone and iPad this month with a new storyline and lots of adventures in the LEGO world.

LEGO Bricktales

Players will get to take on the role of a caring grandchild who preservers to help their grandfather save his amusement park from the vicious mayor threatening to shut it down. Using the intuitive brick-by-brick building, players will get to test their puzzle-solving skills and create new things like bridges, accessories, and rides in the amusement park.

In addition, players will get to create a 3D world of their own, unlock new modes and items, personalize their characters, and much more.

Embark on an epic adventure across a world of beautiful LEGO diorama biomes crafted brick by brick as you search for inspiration to help your grandfather reinvigorate his rundown amusement park with your little robot buddy in tow.

Your journey will take you to the deepest jungle, sun-drenched deserts, a bustling city corner, a towering medieval castle, and tropical Caribbean islands.

Help the minifigures of these worlds by solving puzzles and unlock new skills throughout the story to further explore these worlds and uncover the many secrets and mysteries they contain.

LEGO Bricktales

LEGO Bricktales on mobile will be available on App Store and Google Play for $4.99.

Where one major company is debuting new games on mobile, another has bid farewell to the platform. Recently, Nintendo confirmed that the Super Mario video games will not be coming back to iOS and Android devices. Personally, we believe with advanced A-series chips in the latest 5 G-enabled iPhones, gaming is more fun than it used to be.

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