Playing with Legos it’s often a matter of putting together a particular set step by step, but in Lego Builder’s Journey, you don’t have an instruction booklet. That said, it’s not even an empty canvas sandbox. It is a puzzle that gives you a little freedom in putting together the pieces that are given to you so that you can create a path for your character through its small stages. The result is a title that has its challenges and eureka moments, but which is also noticeable because of its relaxed mood that makes you set your next piece surprisingly calm.
The stages of Lego Builder mostly take place outside (like the beach, the forest and the rocky trails), and your task is to place pieces of Lego that will allow you to move your character to be reunited with their parent. Build a bridge over the pit, roll over the river and build a fortress to raise its flag high. There are only a handful of certain pieces at your disposal at any given time, but the game works well and allows you to understand what is and what is not possible with these pieces, while creating situations that can distract you as you try and get from point A to B. Some phases have multiple brick configurations that can lead to success, which keeps frustration relatively low.
Touch controls are simple and allow you to rotate, place and discard pieces. However, one small grip we have on this front is that the camera can be rotated around the stage to a degree, it automatically adjusts to the default view, not giving you complete control over the landscape view as you wish. Otherwise, the interface is up to the task, even on time-sensitive puzzles like laying bricks before they sink.
The puzzles themselves move in difficulty, are put together from each other and introduce new concepts, such as matching colors and levels of dimming in the dark, except for a lone brick lamp. We were surprised at a few of them, but they were never too complex; You are always a handful of steps away from completing them. The emphasis here is that the language for solving puzzles and gameplay is reliable and consistent. The downside is that the game is limited in what it can do, and it is only towards the end – as it ends – that it really starts. Although it feels like a supplement at some stages, our favorites include figuring out how to first manipulate the level itself to produce certain Lego pieces that then contribute to solving the rest of the phase.
Lego Builder’s Journey does not give you complete freedom to build what you want, but it encounters strong feelings – problem solving and the pleasure that comes with it. The game is a good start to what we hope will develop the franchise.
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