LEGO games, as one can easily guess, are video games that take place in the worlds made of plastic blocks. They are very popular not only among children – adults also like the carefree atmosphere created by the Danish manufacturer of LEGO bricks.
The first computer game LEGO – Lego Fun to Build was released in 1995 for Sega Pico console. The popularity of these games grew steadily and subsequent titles started to appear much more frequently. Until 2017, 67 games of this type were released. Pretty soon, the game developers came up with the idea of having pop culture heroes as the characters in the LEGO universe games. That’s how the titles such as Lego Creator: Harry Potter, Lego Star Wars and Lego Pirates of the Caribbean have come into being.
LEGO games offer a unique atmosphere, telling stories in a playful way. This model of the narrative appeals to both avid fans of computer games and to children.
Another feature that characterizes LEGO games is simple mechanics similar to that that we know from the platform game Little Big Planet. LEGO games, more often than not, are adventure games, made for the players of all ages. They have quite simple levels but with many things to be found.
LEGO games allow for simple and pleasant co-op play, which is another feature that will appeal to the youngest players – a parent and the child, or siblings can have fun together, strengthening their relationship.
The world of games is not only a constant competition and a race to achieve better results than your pears. Fortunately, there are such titles like LEGO video games that allow you to relax, have a good time with your loved ones. Playing LEGO games takes you back to your childhood, where you do not have to worry or stress.