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Why You Should Be Excited About Lego Minifigures Online | Hardcore Gamer

Beginning an MMO can be difficult, especially for children. There’s no easy way to approach a big, complicated world that’s likely filled to the brim with content — most of which demands some sort of progression to experience. On the other hand, Lego is a franchise that’s proven safe for both adults and those smaller human-folk, long establishing its agelessness through streams of kid-friendly video games, collectible toys and an often nostalgic assortment of building blocks for parents to share with their young ones. But Lego Minifigures Online is different. (iPad, Lego Minifigures Online, PC)

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