What a difference getting rid of microtransactions and adding a price tag makes.
Well there’s an odd turnabout. LEGO Minifigures Online, Funcom’s kid-friendly LEGO Diablo, has finished up its run as a free-to-play game and is relaunching June 29 as a paid experience for PC, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android.
A German ad for the next wave of LEGO Minifigures — and by extension the next set of playable characters for LEGO Minifigures Online — has surfaced, proving that really weird dreams do come true.
Adding a new dimension to collecting LEGO's iconic action figure series, starting with this month's Series 12, every physical figure comes with a code to unlock them for play in LEGO Minifigures Online — and they're so cool.
Meet Bumblebee Girl. Isn't she adorable, with her little wings and pot of honey and ability to completely obliterate skeletons, pirates and trolls with her area-of-effect attacks? It may look cute, but LEGO Minifigures Online is a challenging Diablo-style game.
Collecting real life LEGO figures involves tons of money, trips to Walmart, and many, many duplicates. I think I prefer LEGO Minifigures Online's take on the hobby.