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LEGO Battles is one of Traveller's Tales few games based upon original LEGO themes. Released exclusively for Nintendo DS, LEGO Battles is a real-time strategy game based upon the LEGO Castle, Pirates, and Space lines. Other familiar LEGO lines, including Ninja and Exo-Force, make appearances as well to appeal to LEGO enthusiasts.
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The much-anticipated sequel to the classic PC videogame, LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge allows players to visit other islands such as Castle Island and Adventurers' Island, further exploring the boundless limits of the LEGO Universe. Released in 2001, LEGO Island 2 promotes the LEGO City Center, Knights' Kingdom, and Adventurers lines, as well as a number of appearances from other LEGO themes.
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An instant classic, LEGO Island is the first LEGO videogame as is well-remembered in the childhoods of many LEGO fans today. Released in 1997, LEGO Island promoted the LEGO Town theme by incorporating many sets from the line in the layout of the island, giving many of these sets an iconic status in the minds of LEGO Island fans.
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LEGO Racers 2, in addition to providing fans of the original LEGO Racers with a new racing game, was designed to promote LEGO sets that were available at the time. As such, many sets from Town, Adventurers, Life on Mars, Arctic, and Racers make appearances in LEGO Racers 2.
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LEGO Universe is LEGO's Massively Multiplayer Online Game, and it may come as a surprise that, at first glance, it seems to lack any real LEGO sets. However, with closer investigation, there are a wide variety of LEGO sets, both classic and obscure, that appear in LEGO Universe.
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