About the game:
Title: Lego Minifigures Online
Status: Closed Graphics: 3D
Genre: MMORPG Type: Browser
Developer: Funcom
Publisher: Funcom

Explosive Features:

  • Charming Art Style.
  • 100 Collectible Minifigures.
  • Interesting Abilities.

Note: This game transitioned from free-to-play to a paid model for its launch on June 29, 2015, but we’ve decided to leave the page up.

Lego Minifigures Online is a 3D Isometric kid-friendly MMO developed by Funcom. In Lego Minifigures Online players can collect up to a hundred Lego figurines, each with their own distinctive style, individual stats and appropriately themed abilities bound to the left and right mouse buttons. A Captain for example, may throw out cyclones from afar while dropping a giant anchor to pin enemies in place. Characters come in all shapes and sizes ranging from a formidable Ogre to a Guy in a Chicken suit.

Unlike a traditional MMO, players may freely swap between three of their selected Minifigures at any time. The ability to change between characters gives a player the opportunity to chain cast abilities together from multiple minifigures in order to create their own style of combat. Each minifigurine can also be upgraded with golden stars which increase their base stats and provide them with set stat bonuses at regular intervals.

Currently players may explore three worlds, Pirate, Midevil and Space. Funcom has stated they plan to continually add additional worlds for players to explore for free. As players progress through each world they will encounter piles of legos which they may put together in order to access new areas or to re-build a machine to take down a large boss. Certain characters are capable of building these structures much faster than others and players are able to slot blue (defense), red (attack) or yellow (building) Legos they find throughout the world in a special stat menu in order to provide additional boosts.

Lego Minifigures Online offers both a cash shop and an optional subscription model which notably provides players with bonus currency, an additional minifigure each month and access to special mini-dungeons which may also grant additional currency.

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System requirements

Lego Minifigures Online Minimum System Requirements:
OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
Processor: P4 1GHz or faster
Memory Ram: 512 MB
Hard Disk Space: 500 MB
Video Card: GeForce 2 or the Equivalent

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  1. Alkevin on September 28, 2015

    If this is a p2p game, why is in a list to f2p?

  2. axel on August 23, 2015

    im new in this how its browser play

  3. menolikeit on August 21, 2015

    They’re just tryingto make money since they need money to develop the game in the first place, so I don’t understand why people rage over p2p games.

  4. lucas on October 15, 2014

    i want to play lego universe again! o_o

  5. Lovatron on October 6, 2014

    this game is the BIGGEST p2p EVER… after you finish the stupid tutorial crap you end up in the main world, and like 50m after the starting location THERE IS A DUNGEON THING FOR PAID MEMBERS… WTF type of shite is that??!! so unless your ready to enjoy like 15% of the game then be ready to pay up the ass… and to get new minifigures u need to buy bloody bags of em THAT ARE RANDOM… the subscription content is shoved in ur face the moment u start and does not ever go away

    • TheSecondJoker on October 6, 2014

      Indeed but that does not have any interference with the storyline. It is just like a farm for members.
      And mmobomb this game is download not browser (because I have downloaded in cb)

    • draxx15 on August 10, 2015

      it was the same with lego universe

  6. NO Name on August 18, 2014

    the game needs to be downloaded e.e

    • NO Name on September 2, 2014

      i mean like why doesnt it have a play in browser button

      • A Giraffe on March 27, 2015

        It’s so big it can’t be in a browser. It’s bigger than Lego Universe, which needed to be on a disc.

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