Another perfectly good Lego brain wasted

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The name Lego might mean it's aimed for kids, but as you would expect there's a lot on offer here for the older gamer. It might not be an Xbox Live title, but it's the same high quality that games expect from a modern title.

Lego Hero Factory: Brain Attack

While the overall brand name is Lego: Hero Factory, the title here is incredibly descriptive. Brain Attack has you defending various urban locations against the gloopy innards. To help you out, you have a (selectable) sidekick with extra weaponry and a distraction to the brains so not all of them will be attacking you at once.

At your disposal you have the contents of the Hero Factory to upgrade your character, although you can only spend money you have earned while exploring the levels in the game.

From the features list:

  • Defend Makuhero City and stop the waves of brains attacking the Hero Factory
  • Customise your hero with fantastic weapons and armour
  • Select your Hero to fight as your sidekick
  • Earn game points to upgrade your firepower and defences

Lego Hero Factory: Brain Attack

With dual stick controls I could be cheeky and say this is a plastic Danish version of Halo Spartan Assault, and I'm sure you;d get the idea. With vibrant colours, smart level design, and a bit of playfulness, Brain Attack is a top notch arcade shooter hiding out in a kidss franchise. Go and take a closer look at it.

You will need a handset with 1 GB of memory, and at 112 MB in size you'll be asked to download the app over Wi-Fi. The demo is time limited per session, and you can download it via the AAWP App Directory.

Source / Credit: Find it in the AAWP App Directory