Today, Lego is one of the longest running companies in the world. The Danish enterprise has been teaching children to, in their own words, "play well," for decades (a literal translation of the Danish word Lego into English would be good game), and to do this, they have adventured into different fields. Video games are one of those fields, where they are playing for high stakes.
The possibilities are endless, from the fun adventures of the blockbusters reinterpreted through Lego, to Minecraft cloning and much more: this company has always been interested in having a presence in digital toys. In the case at hand, it is a construction game aimed at the younger ones in the house, which will spur their imagination and their ability to solve problems of logic.
Build the city your way
LEGO DUPLO Town does not offer users the possibility to construct freely with thousands of pieces; it presents a limited space and number of pieces. In order to progress to the next level, players must fill that space with all the pieces until they can see their final result. The pieces can be laid out more or less freely, but players must fill as much space as possible.
A good way for the little ones to learn and have fun.
These logic problems are increasingly complex as the game progresses, forcing the child to leave his or her comfort zone and think of creative solutions to move on to the next level; it is hard to find a downside to such an approach. The following are the game’s main features:
- Build and destroy each structure created.
- Hidden Easter eggs across different scenarios.
- Themed scenarios representing real-life environments.
- Safe, advertisement-free environment for children, without links to external websites or in-app purchases.