Parents' Guide to

Lego Brawls

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Entertaining fighting game in lighthearted Lego world.

Game Apple Arcade 2019
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this game.

Community Reviews

age 6+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 6+

10/10

Don't play this trash
age 6+

Wonderful little game ! A bit choppy at times (server lag)

Nice safe Game not nearly as brutal as it sounds , good game play , no ads no pressure for in app purchases . Great!!!

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (2 ):

The charm of the Lego game universe is undeniable, so it's understandable that Lego fans would be thrilled to play a game in that world with lots of fighting action. Lego Brawls is goofy, fast-paced, family friendly fun that's a nice balance of action and humor. There's also a nice progression, in that you build up your character's abilities and weapons as you play more frequently. This leads to 'super weapons' that make you a more effective fighter (like a carrot gun) but are meant to evoke laughts. (It's one of the few games to weaponize a guitar, for instance.) And before you even join your first fight, there's a very rich character creation tool that lets you individualize your brawler.

The controls are a bit hard to grasp at first, though. Swiping a screen and fighting can be a challenging combination, which may make you want to use a game controller instead. At least there's a solo level, allowing you to practice those skills, which will give you a better chance in an actual game. It's a notable concern, but it's one that diminishes as you log extra time breaking apart rival Legos. Lego Brawls is one of those fun title that kids and parents can gather around a tablet or phone and have a great time fighting and laughing over.

Game Details

  • Platform: Apple Arcade
  • Pricing structure: Paid
  • Available online?: Available online
  • Publisher: LEGO
  • Release date: October 24, 2019
  • Genre: Fighting
  • ESRB rating: NR for No Descriptions
  • Last updated: November 6, 2019

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