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[Android] LEGO Jurassic World - $0.99 @ Google Play Store

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Rated 4.2/5 :)

FEATURES

  • Relive key moments from all four Jurassic films: An adventure 65 million years in the making - now in classic LEGO brick fun!
  • Wreak havoc as LEGO dinosaurs: Choose from 16 dinosaurs, including the friendly Triceratops, deadly Raptor, vicious Compy and even the mighty T. rex.
  • Customize your own dinosaur collection: Collect LEGO amber and experiment with DNA to create completely original dinosaurs, like the Dilophosaurus rex.
  • Populate and explore Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna: Put your unique dinosaur creations in to paddocks as you complete special Free Play missions.

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  • Does this have a multiplayer mode?

  • Not great without physical controllers

    • So pretty much every mobile game.

      • Some android devices let you use physical controllers. Some even bluetooth controllers.

        • Right but most Android games don't.

        • @Diji1:
          But not every

        • @FabMan: Yes; unfortunately Android controller support is a dumpster fire. It's inconsistent from game to game, particularly with ports of games that were originally on consoles/handhelds.

          There appears to be no standardised way to tell from an app's Play store page whether or not it supports some kind of controller. You often end up having to hunt around the user comments and/or Google it (ironically) yourself.

          It only confuses things that Google made the baffling decision to use a game-controller-shaped logo for its "Google Play Games" service (leaderboards, achievements etc) so every game that uses that service has a controller icon on its store page, regardless of whether it supports controllers as input devices.

        • @SuperMatty:

          Yeah, my MOGA controller sits by many times with games that really should support a controller.

          At least its not as bad as Games for Windows was.

        • @FabMan:

          At least its not as bad as Games for Windows was.

          Yes but that's hardly a glowing endorsement, is it? :)

          I could whine about this topic all day, but here's my semi-constructive contribution: according to the android-related comments on this page, "Lego Star Wars has native controller support Moga worked fine (even says controller connected when in use). Lego Batman 3, Jurasic Park and Star Wars all work with the Moga controller."

          If that's to be believed, at least this particular title appears to have controller support. Unfortunately cannot test it myself right now.

    • My kids have been playing the Lego Ninjago Android game (Shadow of Ronin) with one of these mini bluetooth android game controllers:

      http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/282026833630?_trksid=p2057872.m27...

      You turn it sideways and you have an analog stick, 4 buttons and a couple of triggers. Movement is not as good as a PS3 controller, but it works on that game without any button remapping or other fiddling and only costs $3.57 delivered.

  • As much as I prefer playing these games on my Vita or 3DS, it's hard to argue with a near perfect port AND the ridiculously low phone version prices of these games.

    Really wish TT would allow support of Bluetooth controllers though :/

    • Any bluetooth controller suggestions?

      • I have a couple of Moga branded ones and they're pretty sweet. I got their cheapest one first, which only has what's called Mode A, which basically means it will only work on games that support the Moga app (a lot of big ones like Modern Combat and GTA support it anyway) … but this controller doesn't really support anything after Android 5 so

        The other one I have is the Pro Power I think it's called, it's got a built in battery, with USB out to charge the phone while you play, and it's got what's called Mode B, which let's you use the controller on anything you can, including the Android OS to navigate menus and stuff. It's a champ.

        There's a shit load of portable controllers out there, but so far, I've not had any reason to jump ship on Moga. The cheap one used to be sold in EB (got mine for 19 there years ago now), but alas, is not anymore (which is a funny story in itself, the idiot at the store was convinced I wanted a PS3 remote until I straight up went around the register and pointed the bloody thing out to him)

        Anyway. Grab a Moga if you see one for cheap, they've not let me down yet, and have been around doing this for long enough that I trust them. In fact, I think our aftermarket Xbone Star Wars controller is by them, or Power A (which is like another division of them or something). Good stuff.

        Also, if the GameBeat ever actually comes out, grab one of those. I've backed it a couple of times on a couple of crowdfunding things but it never gets anywhere near the money needed, and has to regroup and come back a few months later. Check it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOzFepq9jUI

    • My kids have been playing the Lego Ninjago Android game (Shadow of Ronin) with one of these mini bluetooth android game controllers:

      http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/282026833630?_trksid=p2057872.m27...

      You turn it sideways and you have an analog stick, 4 buttons and a couple of triggers. Movement is not as good as a PS3 controller, but it works on that game without any button remapping or other fiddling and only costs $3.57 delivered.

      • I'm gonna pick one of these up just for the (profanity) of it, looks like it will make a pretty sweet controller for player 2 in MarioKart 64.

  • Seems lego harry potter on sale too. $0.49

  • Yay. My lego collection on Android is now complete from all the sales instead of paying $6.50 for each. Hehe thanks OP..

  • Is this the full game? i.e. same as console? It was great fun on Xbox One.