TT Games Opens New Studio to Create Mobile LEGO Games

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TT Games, known for their work on the LEGO video games, today announced the opening of new studio TT Games Brighton. This studio will be focused on creating new LEGO games for an ever-growing mobile audience. Jason Avent, founder and former head of Boss Alien, will serve as the Head of Studio.
“There is a huge opportunity for LEGO games on mobile," said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games. "We're extraordinarily fortunate to have acquired Playdemic in 2016 as a specialist in this area, and they're working on a new LEGO title in addition to their phenomenally successful 'Golf Clash.' Now we can grow our capability even further under the leadership of Jason Avent, founder of Boss Alien and creator of CSR Racing. Jason is one of the world's most experienced and capable developers in this space, with a passionate affinity for LEGO and an incredibly exciting vision for the new team.”
Are you excited for mobile LEGO? Which LEGO series would you like to have with you on your phone? Let us know in the replies.

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I honestly thought their mobile versions of the mainline LEGO games were great as they were straight ports of the handheld versions. This probably means more mobile “exclusives” but with a lot more micro transactions.
 

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Can we please have a remake of Lego racers while they're at it?
Lego racers used to have this browser game on the lego site. It was online vs other people too. It was so much fun for 11 (ish) year old me! I'm still kind of bummed they took it down unexpectedly :/
 

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Lego racers used to have this browser game on the lego site. It was online vs other people too. It was so much fun for 11 (ish) year old me! I'm still kind of bummed they took it down unexpectedly :/
I think we might be talking about different games - the one I'm talking about was only released for Windows, N64, Playstation and GBC. There was no web version of it as far as I'm aware.
 

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You can reach a lot of people with phone releases.

It doesn't even have to be bad like boring games infested with micro-transactions. Nintendo, Square Enix, Game Freak and so on are on the right track to make good and fun games for mobile. By the time other companies FINALLY get it and start porting games on mobile seriously, we can finally have one platform for everything.

Except it's never going to happen, considering how piracy is rampant on Android. Hell, only 5% of the 500,000 downloads for Monument Valley are legitimate. But please, do go on and tell me how piracy does not affect anything at all (I don't mean you @Eix, I mean in general).
lol really? :rofl2: i'm proud to say that i payed for monument valley.
 

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I think we might be talking about different games - the one I'm talking about was only released for Windows, N64, Playstation and GBC. There was no web version of it as far as I'm aware.
Yeah i know, that's why i said "lego racers had a browser game"
 
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