Test Your Creativity & Building Skills in “LEGO Bricktales” This October!

LEGO Bricktales October 12 2022 release date
LEGO Bricktales (Image: PR)

Are you ready to begin building in a LEGO-inspired world? I sure am. In collaboration with the LEGO Group, Thunderful will be releasing the brick-building adventure LEGO Bricktales come October 12, 2022.

Developed by the team behind the Bridge Constructor series, LEGO Bricktales will be available to be played on the PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch.

The game will take players across five LEGO-themed biomes as the in-game character searches for inspiration to aid their grandfather with reinvigorating their rundown amusement park. The game is said to feature “an intuitive new brick-by-brick building mechanic” that will help players solve a bunch of puzzles and bring solutions to life on their journey. 

It is all about using your building skills and creativity. In each unique area, you will be presented with a set of bricks to use. You will be tasked with creating market stands, music boxes, and more aesthetically pleasing items. Not only that but the game will also include functional physics-based puzzles such as constructing cranes and gyrocopters. From building bridges to a throne fit for a king, there’s a lot to experience. The locations include a jungle, desert, city, medieval castle, and a tropical paradise.

The areas you visit will also include LEGO Minifigures. Helping the little residents will unlock new skills. The game rewards good deeds. And from the promo material, LEGO Bricktales does seem to focus on just having fun and promoting a relaxed vibe. 

Here’s the colorful trailer!

The response to LEGO Bricktales from both fans and media since we’ve revealed the game and given people a chance to go hands-on at events like gamescom has been incredible,” shared Dieter Schoeller, Vice-President of Production at Thunderful. “It’s been thrilling to see people discovering the essence of LEGO play in the creativity offered by the game’s brick-by-brick building and I can’t wait for everyone to get their hands on it for real.”

For PC users, you can go ahead and play a demo of LEGO Bricktales on Steam.

As a fan of LEGO and building stuff, I’m so here for this upcoming game. 

What about you?

Let us know.

Unless something happens to change my plans, I will be reviewing this game.

You can read more of our Thunderful coverage here.

(via press release)

Author: Farid-ul-Haq

Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.


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