Lego Releasing Five Board Game Style Games This Month

Posted on March 2, 2010

Lego has announced five new Lego board games. The new game idea was introduced as this year's Toy Fair in New York City. The Lego games combine elements of classic board game such as strategy, memory, logic with Lego's construction toys. The games include:

Monster 4: The first player to get four of their monsters in a row wins. Every roll of the Lego dice brings a chance to move a monster, displace another player's monsters or send the giant spider in to clear some space. SRP $14.99

Lava Dragon: Players must prove they are the bravest knight by being the first to climb the volcano and summon the mighty dragon. Along the way, each roll of the Lego dice helps players to climb, block opponents, avoid lava or knock opponents off the volcano. SRP $14.99

Pirate Code: Players must be the first to guess their opponents' secret treasure codes before theirs is revealed to take the title of pirate captain. In this game of logic, luck, secrets and treasures, players can set their own code of jewels in their treasure chest so the game is different every time. SRP $19.99

Minotaurus: Players must be the first to lead their three heroes to the temple, avoiding the Minotaur and cleverly placing walls to block their opponents. By changing the Lego dice, players can jump hedges, and by re-building the maze, every game is a new adventure. SRP $24.99

Creationary: Players roll the Lego dice to select one of four building categories: vehicles, buildings, nature or things. Three levels of difficulty give players a chance to show off their creative building skills so that others can guess what is being created. SRP $34.99

Lego will also be releasing five more new board games this Fall. They include Robo Champ, Magikus, Race 3000, Hogwarts and Ramses Pyramid.

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