Everything is awesome — including The LEGO Movie Videogame. Available now for Mac, the LEGO Movie Videogame lets you take on the story of Emmet from the LEGO Movie to pursue Lord Business and kill his evil empire. Play as over 90 LEGO characters including Emmet, Batman, Gandolf, Wyldstyle and more.
The LEGO Movie Videogame is available now for $32.99 in the Mac App Store. User who purchase the game will also receive a special Wild Wild West DLC pack, which contains four more characters and other special features. Steam users will have to purchase the content separately.
Check out the press release below for more info, or head to the LEGO Videogame mini site at feralinteractive.com/en/mac-games/legomovie/
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Feral Interactive today announced that The LEGO® Movie Videogame will be released for the Mac on October 16th. Developed by TT Games and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for consoles, handhelds and PC, The LEGO Movie Videogame is a faithful and hilarious adaptation of the hit film The LEGO Movie. When released, the game will be available for download from a variety of digital partner sites worldwide including the Feral Store, Steam and the Mac App Store.
The LEGO Movie Videogame tells the story of Emmet, a seemingly average construction worker recruited by a group of insanely imaginative 'Master Builders' to bring down the over-controlling Lord Business, who insists everyone follow building instructions. Players can take on Emmet and over 90 other LEGO characters, harnessing the wonderfully creative powers of the Master Builders including Wyldstyle, Batman, Gandalf and the irrepressibly cheerful Unikitty.
With a madcap story told using clips from the film and original in-game dialogue, The LEGO Movie Videogametakes players from the towering metropolis of Bricksburg to the rainbow-colored world of Cloud Cuckoo Land and on to the lair of Lord Business himself. Each of these fantastical worlds, filled with secrets and hidden challenges, can be explored in single-player mode or with a friend or family member in drop-in/drop-out co-operative play.
Versions of The LEGO Movie Videogame purchased anywhere besides Steam will include the Wild West DLC pack, which contains four additional characters as well as four pairs of magical pants which grant a character the power to perform spinning attacks, jump large distances, uncover valuable studs and start fires. Steam customers will be able to purchase the Wild West DLC pack separately.
"With its playful cocktail of characters and worlds, The LEGO Movie Videogame comes with a superb spirit of imagination and fun," said David Stephen, Managing Director of Feral Interactive. "Flying around the Wild West as Superman or swimming through LEGO coral reefs as Abraham Lincoln? What more could a gamer want?"
The LEGO Movie Videogame for the Mac will retail on the Mac App Store in North America for US $32.99, £22.99 (inc. VAT) in the UK and €29.49 (inc.VAT) throughout Europe. Prices will vary slightly for versions of the game sold via other stores. A mini-site dedicated to the game is available now at http://www.feralinteractive.com/en/mac-games/legomovie/ and a trailer can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdwcH-BHqbQ
Minimum system requirements call for a 1.8Ghz Intel Mac with at least 4.0GB RAM, 256MB or better graphics card, and Mac OS 10.8.5 or later. The game supports AMD 4000 series, NVIDIA 100 series, and Intel HD 4000 series graphics cards or better.
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