Go, LEGO Ninjago, go! Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group today announced the second installment to the highly popular LEGO Ninjago franchise, LEGO ® Ninjago™: Nindroids™ comes to the Nintendo 3DS™ handheld system and PlayStation ® Vita handheld entertainment system this summer. Developed by Hellbent Games in partnership with TT Games, the latest LEGO handheld game delivers a high-kicking action oriented gameplay experience based on the hit LEGO Ninjago TV show and play theme.
“It’s been over two years since we introduced our first LEGO Ninjago game, and we are excited to bring the series back for our fans with LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games. “Young gamers will have loads of fun playing as their favorite Ninja, and we’re introducing new characters and new villains – it’s the ultimate Ninja action game for kids!”
LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids will feature 30 fast-paced, action-packed levels that follow the key plot scenarios featured in the “LEGO Ninjago Rebooted” animated series. In the game, the player must fight like a true Spinjitsu Master, using special moves and combo attacks or secret weapons like Technoblades to hack into computers to solve puzzles and defend the city.
LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids players will face their greatest challenge as they work to protect New Ninjago City from the Overlord’s Nindroid army. Infiltrate Borg Tower, fly the Kai Fighter and face off against the evil Tech Wu. Take to the streets in Cole’s Earth Mech and Jay’s Thunder Raider, defend the skies in Zane’s Ninjacopter, escape Pythor on Lloyd’s Golden Cycle, and enter the Digiverse for an epic final battle. Story mode features additional favorite characters like Nya, Sensei Garmadon, Samurai X, and PIXAL.
LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids is an action oriented sequel to the wildly successful LEGO Battles: Ninjago (2011), which was released for the Nintendo DS™ and developed by Hellbent Games in partnership with TT Games and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The LEGO Ninjago handheld videogame series has sold more than two million units worldwide to-date.