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    • To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the release of the LEGO Racers (1) video game we’re holding an open tribute competition! LEGO Racers has been a favourite among thousands of LEGO fans from it’s beginning. We all have different stories to tell of our favourite moments and some of the most frustrating warp bugs.
      Theme: "What’s LEGO Racers mean to you?"
      Express yourself through you own tribute piece whether it be art, music, animation, LEGO build, a game mod, showcase, mini-game… it’s up to you! Let your ideas run wild, just be sure to enter it by the time the competition closes!
      Competition entries should be posted in this forum.
      Open: Thursday 25th July - 2PM (GMT+10)
      Close: Thursday 22nd August  - 2PM (GMT+10)
      Community Judging: 22nd August  - 29th August.
      Entries will be judged by the RRU Community via a poll. The top 3 community chosen favorite entries will then then be passed on to our Mods/Admins to vote on our favourite from the 3. The winner will receive $50USD via PayPal*.

      Disregarding the following rules may result in your entry being disqualified from the competition, so please read them!
      You must post your entry in this forum for this competition. Entry must be accessible to members & guests browsing. You may enter multiple entries. Entry must be suitable for General Audience (Nothing Adult Rated) You must enter between the Entry dates and time. (Obviously) Must be related to the LEGO Racers video game. Global Community Rules apply to the competition. Mods/Admins cannot enter. Be a good sport.  
      Looking Forward to your Entries!
      Extra Details
      This competition is not sponsored/endorsed by LEGO/The LEGO Group. Winner will be contacted within 7 days. By submitting an entry you agree to follow the "Rules" of the competition.*If PayPal is not available, gift-able products up to the value of the prize are a viable option.

      By Cyrem
    • A new “service announcement” video has been released on the LEGO Worlds Youtube Channel and Twitter account announcing the “final collection EVER of LEGO Worlds content” (Showcase Collection Pack 2) is now free.
      One can draw the conclusion that this once amazing technical attempt to break into the sandbox builder genre alongside the likes of Minecraft has now reached its end-of-life period.
      Sadly, this does mean the once exciting prospect of survival mode has…. not survived. Locked in limbo since being placed on hold in 2018 while TT Games focused on “enhancing the LEGO Worlds experience in other areas." and will certainly be missed. The trailer for Survivor has also been hidden on the LEGO Worlds channel. To refresh your memory of something you won’t be seeing, check out the trailer:
      The good news is, unlike LEGO Universe you will still be able to play LEGO Worlds as no internet connection is required to continue playing, just don't expect any new content. It is not yet clear if or for how long TT Games will still be providing game support.
      Go grab your free content pack if you haven't already and remember the good times. Perhaps we will be able to see some new content being adding to the game by our resident modders in the near future!

      By Cyrem
    • A few months back James Malloch and I had a talk about LEGO Island 2, of which he provided some information (And images!) about the canned content of it.

      First off, about him:

      Next up, about the canned content

      Also a few other notes:

      Also of note, yes some models are from IXS:

      For the rest of the images visit this Gallery or download the zip:

      By Brickome
    • Recently, as seen in the news, LEGO’s gaming division has been trying to fully get into the mobile games market and the first available for download is LEGO Tower.

      PLEASE note the game is only in a beta state, so things are changing still.

      Gameplay: 9/10:
      I’d state this is decent for idle playing, allowing the player to mess around when they are waiting for something/have some extra time with not much to do. The missions, connected to the vehicles are decent, if not sometimes amusing with things like an escaped parrot taking its perch with it when it escapes or a pizza losing a living chicken topping.

      Another favorite thing is the unlockable character parts, with them you can customize yourself and your citizens and most fortunately the character part selection only continues to grow.

      Also of note, the game has several references to older themes like castle and classic space, making it very interesting for older LEGO fans.

      Graphics: 8/10
      The general graphics style is basic, but decent for a mobile game. I’m especially liking how the floors work modularly, feeling that the style of building the tower uses would be not only great for the gameplay, but also building in real life. I even recreated a floor as test for later on.

      Ease of Play: 7/10
      Overall decently explained, the tutorials do somewhat slow the gameplay down and become unavailable afterwards, though the game is fairly simple in concept so that should work in most players favor as there isn’t too much of a refresher need.

      Overall 8/10:
      Overall I feel this has a good start outside of the tutorials and l'm looking forward to seeing where this heads in the future.

      To try the game yourself, use this link: https://nimblebit.com/beta/

      By Brickome
    • Earlier today gameplay footage got out, featuring several several of the LEGO cars roaming the environment with throw backs to several themes on top of Speed Champions, that should be exciting to a lot of folks here including Alien Conquest and Pirates: 
      Cars race full speed in the released gameplay.

      Also of note a description of what the expansion will include got out, featuring many interesting details, including additional gameplay details, information about what cars will be in game, and the world:
      We also got some interesting new promotional render images, featuring "normal" and LEGO cars alongside each other:

      As we didn't have this information at the time the first article was written, I'll also note the game will cost 19.99$ in US currency and be included free in some versions of Forza Horizon 4:

      By Brickome
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