The Brickster's Revenge
||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (LEGOISL2PR)
Children / Game
Ages: 6 to 12
The Action Adventure
The Brickster is back and out to cause more mischief in this
wild, racing, chasing, island-hopping sequel. In your quest to piece together
The Infomaniac's Constructopedia, you'll drive, sky-dive, scuba-dive, fly a
plane and even ride a dinosaur as you chase the Brickster down through these
amazing new LEGO worlds. Meet all kinds of fun characters along the way as you
journey through the game to the final showdown. You'll need all your skills to
solve the puzzles and achieve your ultimate goal, to stop the downfall of LEGO
Island. Are you ready?
Your mission is to save LEGO Island from the chaos the
Brickster is causing, leading to the deconstruction of all our homes and
buildings. Explore LEGO Island as you deliver pizzas and hang out at the
Once the buildings have been rebuilt, travel to Castle
Island to joust with the Dark Knight and scuba dive to retrieve valuable
bricks. Immerse yourself in the puzzles and amazing challenges on Adventurer's
Island such as Matching Mummies. And prepare for the final showdown on Ogel
Dive deep to retrieve the bricks and repair the bridge
to Castle Island
Prepare for your epic space adventure by mastering your
Pilot a plane, a boat or even a Pterodactyl when island
Windows 95/98/Me/XP: Pentium II 266 MHz, 650 MB free
hard disk, 64 MB RAM, DirectSound, 4x CD-ROM drive, 8 MB 640x480x16 bit,
Just Adventure by Randy Sluganski
"I had an extremely hard time
playing this game. Why? Because over a two-week period, every single time I
decided to give it a try, either my eleven-year-old son Jacob or Jacob and a
group of his friends were already at the computer exploring Lego Island. So
truth be told, I have spent more time watching Lego Island 2 being played then
I have spent playing it myself."
"In a world populated by Legos, one would think that there
would not be much variety, but The Brickster's Revenge is a nice balance of
puzzles, action, and just plain old-fashioned fun..."
"Lego Island 2 is a great alternative to a glut of preteen
console games that offer nothing more challenging than jumping and running. Now
if I could only spend some more quality time with the game ..."
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