Fans Rewarded for Lego Stronghold Kingdoms Stop Motion Animation

London, UK23 rd January, 2012 – At the end of 2010 Firefly asked fans to send in Stronghold or Christmas themed images for the chance to win in-game prizes. Winners were revealed daily in an advent calendar style competition. In 2011 we reached out to these same people, asking them to send in any and all fan-made Stronghold videos.

All developers have the occasional fan video sent in, but nothing makes a one smile quite like seeing their game recreated in glorious Lego stop motion. Over Christmas a few players, who are now officially our biggest fans, sent us such a video. They have been contacted for a reward and had their work immortalised on the Firefly website.

Follow the link below to see a bustling Lego village built around one very drunk, sleepy bumpkin. See resource gathering, weapon making, castle building and cow catapulting all rendered in wonderful bricky animation:

More information about Stronghold Kingdoms and Firefly Studios can be found at and Kingdoms can be found on Facebook at and on Twitter @shkingdoms.

About Stronghold Kingdoms

Stronghold Kingdoms is a unique free-to-play MMORTS that combines PC and web-based gaming, bringing online interactivity and community together in a richly depicted medieval world of thriving villages and dramatic castle battles. Players can enjoy classic Stronghold gameplay and graphics while they build, besiege, pillage, farm, explore, research, vote, trade and banquet their way to the top.

About Firefly Studios

Firefly Studios is an independent PC game developer specialising in real-time strategy and MMO titles. Formed in 1999 by Simon Bradbury and Eric Ouellette, the company has brought to market a number of high profile and commercially successful strategy games, including the Stronghold series with lifetime sales of over five million. They have offices in the UK and US. For more information please visit their website at or follow @FireFlyWorlds on Twitter.


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