Bournemouth, UK (28 th March 2013) – Amuzo Games proudly announce that the full monetised version of their LEGO® Hero Factory Brain Attack game is now available to download on both iOS and Android.
To help welcome in the New Year and to coincide with January’s official launch of the LEGO® Hero Factory website, Amuzo Games released the City Streets level of LEGO® Hero Factory Brain Attack for FREE which saw the game smash through the ONE MILLION downloads mark. Now, the whole world can experience the heroic, frenetic, 3D action as the full monetised version is available to download from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
Makuhero City is under attack and only you can save the day! Players must defend a number of previously unseen areas of the city including the neon-lit shopping mall, a gloomy scrapyard and the city’s futuristic space port locations. Easier said than done when wave upon wave of scuttling evil brains, hordes of henchmen and transformed mega-villains are attacking from every angle. Good job there are plenty of experienced sidekicks ready for duty and waiting to help out including the Hero Factory’s biggest stars: Bulk, Breez, Rock and Furno.
To celebrate the full monetised launch, Amuzo Games are thrilled to offer not only the original City Streets level but also the Shopping Mall level completely FREE. Players can use Game Points to customise their heroes by upgrading their weaponry and armour to the latest Hero technology the Assembly Tower has on offer including blasters, swords, axes and mech-bows. Game Points are earned in game but can also be unlocked using unique codes on the physical LEGO® Hero Factory products. There are also in-game achievements to unlock; awarded for amazing feats of gaming skill like collecting pick-ups or defeating over 1000 brains!
Working closely with The LEGO® Group, Amuzo Games is also proud to be leading by example with our In-App Purchases. Great care has been taken to set responsible IAPs that will provide new content for those that would like it yet not diminish the quality of experience for everyone who plays. Amuzo Games want to ensure that parents feel confident in letting their children play our games on their devices and are committed to continually investing in this action packed, 3D graphic, Gangnam dancing, brain blasting title. Managing Director John White said: “The team has worked very hard on this latest release of the game. I hope that players everywhere are as excited as we are by the new levels, the great weapons and armour packs. We’ve already begun work on the next set of content and features, so stand by for more updates throughout 2013.”
About The LEGO Group
The LEGO Group is a privately held, family-owned company, based in Billund, Denmark. It was founded in 1932 and today the group is one of the world's leading manufacturers of play materials for children, employing approximately 10,000 people globally. The LEGO Group is committed to the development of children's creative and imaginative abilities. LEGO products can be purchased in more than 130 countries. Visit www.LEGO.com
LEGO Hero Factory Brain Attack is the first time that The LEGO Group has licensed the release of a free-to-play mobile game with in-app purchases.
LEGO, Hero Factory and the LEGO logo are trademarks of The LEGO Group. © 2013 The LEGO Group.
Amuzo Games is the new publishing division of award-winning game studio 4T2, based in Bournemouth, UK.
Founded in 1998, 4T2 specialise in the creation of online and mobile games for some of the most exciting global brands.
4T2 began creating games for the LEGO Group in 2007 and have helped shape the digital strategy for many of the toy manufacturer’s most popular product lines by creating accompanying gaming content for each brand including City, Ninjago, Star Wars™ and BIONICLE.
4T2 titles have accounted for more than 500 million online play sessions around the world whilst iOS games created by 4T2 for their clients have reached #1 on the App Store in over 107 countries.
In 2012 4T2 won many significant awards for our work including being BAFTA nominated for “Best Independent Production Company”.