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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Now Available on Nintendo Switch

Warner Bros. Games has announced that LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is now available for purchase on the Nintendo Switch. The game was first released back in 2013 but has been ported over to the Switch and along with it comes previously released DLC packs. With over 100 playable characters in the roster, you’ll play through a number of iconic locations in the Marvel Universe.

Warner Bros. Games, TT Games, The LEGO Group and Marvel Entertainment today announced the critically acclaimed LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes is available now for Nintendo Switch™.

Featuring an original story crossing the entire Marvel Universe and filled with classic LEGO videogame adventure and humor, players take on the role of their favorite Marvel Super Heroes like Spider-Man, Iron Man, Wolverine, Thor, Captain America and the Hulk, as they assemble to battle against some of the most menacing Marvel Super Villains, including dastardly Doctor Octopus, the ghastly Green Goblin, the ruthless Red Skull, the vicious Venom, Thor’s vexing brother, Loki, as well as the Devourer of Worlds, Galactus. Players will unlock more than 100 playable characters, including Mystique, Elektra, Silver Samurai, Malekith, Aldrich Killain or Super-Skrull. Players can also choose from a plethora of magnificent bonus hero characters, such as the heroic Guardians of the Galaxy, the Punisher, Captain Britain, Squirrel Girl and Deadpool.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes offers players a chance to show off their super skills by using weapons such as Captain America’s shield, Thor’s hammer or Hawkeye’s bow to use in combat-like action sequences or epic battle scenes. Players will

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LEGO Ninjago Microgame Contest on LEGO Ideas

LEGO has officially announced the new LEGO Ideas contest which is for the LEGO Ninjago Microgame. LEGO will be putting in arcade cabinets in LEGO Brand Stores and it will feature fan-made LEGO Ninjago games in them for others to enjoy. There are three different categories that you can enter in and everything is in the press release below.

For our next LEGO Ideas contest “LEGO NINJAGO + One-Button Digital Game using the LEGO® Microgame” we are putting some arcade cabinets into our LEGO retail stores and would love to showcase your own game creations on them.

Both Unity and the LEGO Group have been hard at work improving the tools from the submissions and feedback from the last LEGO Ideas competition to help make it easier and more fun to make a game, and most importantly easier to share the fun you have made with others. There is an arcade cabinet in LEGO House at the moment, and we will be announcing some of the other global locations shortly. We have also been working closely with the LEGO NINJAGO team to help develop a library of resources and inspirations to spark your imagination. Want to know what makes a great LEGO NINJAGO game, see in the video what the LEGO NINJAGO Design Lead says.

So to the competition, we have three different categories:

– A LEGO NINJAGO themed game. Be Ninja!
– A game with a theme of your choice. What is one-button fun to you (Use of third-party IPs is NOT allowed).
– A

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LEGO Ninjago Unity Microgame Announcement on September 29

A few days ago, LEGO teased something on social media about a LEGO Microgame that involves LEGO Ninjago. As you may or may not know, LEGO has partnered up with Unity to create LEGO Microgames which allows ordinary people to make unique, playable games. This teaser shows the ninjas along with Master Wu with something exciting coming this Wednesday, September 29.

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LEGO Star Wars Battles Now Available on Apple Arcade

LEGO Star Wars Battles is now available exclusively on Apple Arcade. This new mobile strategy game features LEGO Star Wars characters and vehicles with competitive player-versus-player matches. The game does require you to be subscribed to Apple’s gaming subscription service.

WARNER BROS. GAMES, THE LEGO GROUP, AND LUCASFILM GAMES ANNOUNCE THE LAUNCH OF LEGO® STAR WARS™ BATTLES

Available Exclusively on Apple Arcade


Collect, Build and Battle in New Mobile Strategy Game Combining
LEGO® Star Wars™ Characters and Vehicles with Competitive Matches

Burbank, Calif. – Sept. 24, 2021 – Warner Bros. Games, The LEGO Group and Lucasfilm Games today launched LEGO® Star Wars™ Battles, a new, action strategy game that blends iconic LEGO® Star Wars™ characters, vehicles, and locations with real-time, one-versus-one multiplayer battles. The game is available exclusively on Apple Arcade, Apple’s popular game subscription service that offers unlimited access all without ads or in-app purchases.

Developed by TT Games Brighton and published by Warner Bros. Games, LEGO Star Wars Battles allows players to mix and match characters and vehicles from across the Star Wars galaxy to create unstoppable squads. Strategy is required to deploy troops and build LEGO towers on the battlefield as they attempt to destroy their opponent’s base. Players will master both sides of the Force with a deck of light side and dark side armies, each with their own play style.

“LEGO Star Wars Battles offers fans a new way to experience the playful appeal of LEGO Star Wars on their Apple devices,” said Jason Avent, Studio Head, TT Games Brighton. “It’s

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LEGO Games Logo Update and Rumored Overwatch Set Coming Soon

LEGO has updated the logo for their LEGO Games subtheme and there are rumors that Overwatch may be part of this gaming umbrella. It is reported that LEGO Games will become it’s own theme and will include everything that is related to gaming from various video games to the Bits N’ Bricks podcasts. LEGO could just put various game related sets under the general LEGO Games theme without actually having a dedicated theme for them which is a smart move.

On to the Overwatch rumors, it has been reported that there could be a LEGO Overwatch set 76980 coming in November featuring the Null Sector Titan. If you follow Overwatch lore, the Titan was part of the Omnic Crisis at the Paris attack. The set is rumored to have 901 pieces and priced at 79.99€. We’ve been waiting for more sets from Overwatch but the game has died down a lot since the last wave of sets but hopefully Overwatch 2 can reinvigorate the line in 2022.

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LEGO Star Wars Battles Release Date Announced

Warner Bros. Games has announced the release date of the upcoming Apple Arcade exclusive LEGO Star Wars Battles for September 24. The game has real-time, one-versus-one multiplayer battles featuring Star Wars characters, vehicles, and locations. The game is not free and requires one of the Apple Arcade subscription plans.

Warner Bros. Games, The LEGO Group and Lucasfilm Games today announced that LEGO® Star Wars™ Battles, a new, action strategy game, is releasing September 24 exclusively on Apple Arcade. The game blends iconic LEGO® Star Wars™ characters, vehicles, and locations with real-time, one-versus-one multiplayer battles.

Developed by TT Games Brighton and published by Warner Bros. Games, LEGO Star Wars Battles allows players to mix and match characters and vehicles from all over the Star Wars galaxy to create unstoppable armies. Strategy is required to deploy troops and build LEGO towers on the battlefield as they attempt to destroy their opponent’s base. Players will master both sides of the Force with a deck of light side and dark side armies, each with their own play style.

Playable across iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV, the game will be available exclusively on Apple Arcade for a low monthly subscription of $4.99 with a one-month free trial. Apple Arcade is also part of Apple One’s Individual ($14.95), Family ($19.95), and Premier ($29.95) monthly plans, with a one-month free trial. *

*The Apple One free trial includes only services that are not currently used through a free trial or a subscription. Plan automatically renews after trial until cancelled. Restrictions and other

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LEGO Star Wars Battles Announced for Apple Arcade

Warner Bros. Games has announced a new LEGO Star Wars game but it’s not The Skywalker Saga but instead, a relaunch of LEGO Star Wars Battles. Coming soon exclusively to Apple Arcade, the game combines LEGO Star Wars characters, vehicles, and locations with real-time, one-versus-one multiplayer battles. Technically, the game isn’t new because it was soft launced in 2019 and the beta was shut down back in July.

It will be available on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV for a subscription price of $4.99 with a one month free trial but you’ll need Apple Arcade which costs $14.95-$29.95 depending on your plan.

WARNER BROS. GAMES, THE LEGO GROUP, AND LUCASFILM GAMES ANNOUNCE LEGO® STAR WARS™ BATTLES COMING SOON EXCLUSIVELY TO APPLE ARCADE

New Strategy Game Combines LEGO® Star Wars™ Characters and Locations

with Fast-Paced, Competitive Matches

Burbank, Calif. – August 30, 2021 – Warner Bros. Games, The LEGO Group and Lucasfilm Games today announced LEGO® Star Wars™ Battles, a new, action strategy game, is coming soon exclusively to Apple Arcade, Apple’s popular game subscription service that offers unlimited access all without ads or in-app purchases. The game blends iconic LEGO® Star Wars™ characters, vehicles, and locations with real-time, one-versus-one multiplayer battles.

Developed by TT Games Brighton and published by Warner Bros. Games, LEGO Star Wars Battles allows players to mix and match characters and vehicles from all eras of the Star Wars galaxy to create unstoppable squads. Strategy is required to deploy troops and build LEGO towers on the battlefield as they attempt to destroy

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