- Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
- Release Date: Jul 29, 2014
- Also On: 3DS
Get a piece of the action as LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids leaps onto Nintendo 3DS and 2DS! Based on the animated TV series, LEGO Ninjago Rebooted, experience explosive gameplay as you defend New Ninjago City from the very naughty - some might say evil - Overlord and his legion of Nindroids!Get a piece of the action as LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids leaps onto Nintendo 3DS and 2DS! Based on the animated TV series, LEGO Ninjago Rebooted, experience explosive gameplay as you defend New Ninjago City from the very naughty - some might say evil - Overlord and his legion of Nindroids!
Across 30 levels, youll meet favourite characters from the show, like Nya, Sensei Garmadon and PIXAL. Use your combat skills as a Spinjitsu Master to artistic effect, as you thump, jump and hoof your way through a solid slew of robotic goons. They may be stupid as mud but they absolutely will not stop until youre toast, so youd better be lightning fast with combo moves and special attacks if you want to win the day! As luck would have it, youve got some cracking secret weapons like Technoblades, as well as sweet rides for vehicular supremacy - fancy a spin in Coles Earth Mech or Zanes Ninjacopter?
As you bash your way through the city, youll sneak into the ominous Borg Tower and take on Tech Wu. But as well as flexing your muscles, youd better have acute mental power to solve puzzles, hack computers and beat minigames. Take control of different characters for certain sections, helping you mix up your technique, before dropping you into the Digiverse for the ultimate showdown!
When youre done for the day, why not chill at the Hub in New Ninjago City? Prove youre the best of the best in Grand Sensei Dareths Dojo - theres even a surprise to be uncovered through shiny Gold Bricks...
So slip into your shōzoku, sharpen your swords and prepare for an exciting, wise-cracking, action-filled rumble, in LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids on Nintendo 3DS and 2DS!
-Ninja-fight your way to victory in the fight against Overlord and his Nindroid horde!
-Explore New Ninjago City and meet favourite characters from the LEGO Ninjago Rebooted TV series
-Command Spinjitsu skills, special moves and various vehicles to get the drop on the enemy!
-Use your noodle to crack puzzles, break into computers and best minigames… Expand
- Developer: Hellbent Games
- Genre(s): Action, General
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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Positive: 0 out of 6
Mixed: 5 out of 6
Negative: 1 out of 6
Nov 9, 2014Fans of the Ninjago construction sets and television series are sure to love being able to take control of their favourite heroes, but anyone simply looking for a new action adventure to play through may not be overly enchanted with this one.
Sep 30, 2014It follows in the formula of the games before it with lots of challenges to complete and objects to find, but the story is a bit obscure if you're not already familiar with the source material.
Aug 8, 2014For younger gamers and show fans, it’s a decent enough romp; for anyone else, it’s not really worth the trouble.
Aug 29, 2014Throw in other common Lego issues, such as an extremely boring hub sidegame based on combat (why isn’t there an option to play a randomised ‘Return to Sender’ score attack? Or anything additional to do with the vehicles?) and you have to count Lego Ninjago: Nindroids very much as a missed opportunity.
Aug 21, 2014One of the saving graces I found with Nindroids was the fact it, like some other recent portable LEGO games has been made more, well, portable friendly.
Sep 1, 2014Don't let the Lego brand fool you. Unlike the other games based on popular movies, this has practically no qualities at all.
Positive: 0 out of 1
Mixed: 1 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
Feb 6, 2019It plays like your typical Lego game, which consists of completing levels, collecting studs (money), collecting red bricks, and completingIt plays like your typical Lego game, which consists of completing levels, collecting studs (money), collecting red bricks, and completing challenges to attain gold bricks. Overall, its an okay game, but the thing that I found annoying was you could not preview the challenges in each level. So, this means that you would have to guess which character you need for each level. And if they are not the ones you need to complete the challenge, then you will have to exit the level, wait a few minutes, go back to the game hub, go to the selection menu, and pick the characters you need. I cannot tell you how much time I wasted doing that for each level.… Expand