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    The LEGO Group has recently announced LEGO Brawls for Apple Arcade (see Brickome's post here: LEGO Brawls), but has also announced a second title: LEGO Arthouse.

    The LEGO Group has now shared information on the two titles.

    LEGO Arthouse has been developed in a new studio based in Copenhagen, which is “a narrative journey about play itself, touching deeply on the belief of we only get old because we stop playing.” The game is for adults more than children, promising to be “an expression of the value of creativity in a coming of age story, set amongst a micro LEGO world heavily inspired by our AFOL community”.

    LEGO Brawls, which has already been announced, has been developed with RED Games. In that game, players will be able to play a multiplayer platform adventure, with building, rebuilding and LEGO comedy. Here is more from the official description:


     “The key inspiration for the title is a game where players literally build their own Heroes. By design, winning is a team-collaboration, working together to build and control contraptions within the levels, while battling the other team.”

    LEGO post:



    Apple arcade trailers:







    Game screenshot(s):









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    Looks very interesting!

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