Lego games, who doesn’t love these charming, fun and addictive games? At Pocket Tactics we certainly do, especially when they are located in a galaxy far, far away. However, the beauty of this series of games is that it takes many famous IP addresses, blocks them, adds unique hilarity and sends you on a different yet familiar adventure.
There is a lot Lego games out there, but we’ve built many bridges and traveled far and wide to bring you the best of the bunch on Switch and mobile. No need to thank us, everything is great when you work as a team, right? Either way, get ready to visit dinosaurs, planets and be the villain you secretly want to be – it’s okay to be bad.
If bouldering isn’t your thing, we understand. Just jump over to our list of the best Disney games to let the magic happen. Or check out our picks for the best open-world games, games like The Witcher 3 and games like Dark Souls if you’re looking for a big adventure that takes you to different lands.
Without further ado, here are our picks for the best Lego games on Switch and mobile.
The best Lego games on Switch and mobile
Lego City: Undercover – Switch
It’s time for GTL – Grand Theft Lego – except instead of playing as a criminal, you play as Chase, an undercover cop who wants to make the world a better place by taking down one criminal at a time. Honestly, it’s a great Lego game and it offers something a little different since it’s not based on a famous IP. Rather, it’s a new idea that puts you in a fantastic open world – even if it looks like a wasteland with all the buildings you tear down.
The Lego builder’s journey – Switch and mobile
Wow, what a cool game. This is the type of title you play to forget your worries and relax. But while it gives that vibe, Lego Builders’ journey has a deeper meaning if you look for it. At its heart, this puzzle game is a coming-of-age story, but it’s done in a way that encourages creativity, all with a soundtrack that seamlessly brings the experience together.
Lego Builder’s Journey is available through Apple Arcade and is also on Nintendo Switch – whichever platform you choose, just know you’re going to have a great time playing one of the most unique Lego games around.
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Lego Jurassic World – Switch
Lego dinosaurs. I don’t feel like I need to say anything else, to be honest. As with all Lego games like this, there are an abundance of characters to collect, and best of all, Lego: Jurassic World lets you play as dinosaurs, and it’s so much more engaging than playing as Chris Pratt.
Lego Jurassic World follows the movie’s plot with a few changes to make way for the traditional charm we all love about these titles. Then there are all the collectibles to find. Honestly, there’s so much content here it’s a dino lover’s dream. We also happen to have a list of Lego Jurassic World dinosaurs so you know which beasts to use.
Lego Star Wars: Castaways – Mobile
WILSON! Oh wait, bad galaxy. Okay, imagine this, you travel to an unknown space, mind your own business, then bam, everything goes black and you wake up on a strange beach. Of course, it could be worse – at least you can work on your tan while you try to figure out what’s going on.
Soon you are part of a civilization and this is where the fun begins. After creating your character and following a tutorial, you have complete freedom. You can explore lush boulder landscapes, for friendships, go on adventures and make a life for yourself here – or try to find a way off the planet.
If you’re still not convinced, our enlightening Lego Star Wars: Castaways review explains just how much fun this journey is, and it just might make you realize things about yourself you never knew.
DC Super Villains – Switch
Oh, it’s good to be bad. We all know villains have more fun, and Lego DC Super-Villains proves that at its best, performing heroic feats yourself and teaming up to stop even greater evil is how this hilarious cast goes about it , a pleasure.
I’m not ashamed to admit how much I love Harley Quinn, so anything that features her to the extent that DC Super-Villains does is a winner in my book. However, that doesn’t mean I don’t like the rest of the characters – who wouldn’t want to play the role of the luscious, albeit psychotic, Mr. J. If you’re more of a sweetie (how annoying), you can also embody a variety of heroes such as Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman.
The story is really great, it’s full of comedic value, and overall DC Super-Villains is the second best Lego game in my book – get to the end of the list to check out the best, and no, c isn’t on debate. We also have a Lego DC Super-Villains cheat guide if you’re looking for more villains to go crazy with.
Lego The Incredibles – Switch
Who doesn’t love The Incredibles? For a very long time we’ve all been asking for a sequel, it might have taken 14 years, but in 2018 the superhero family made a triumphant return. Best of all, it wasn’t just the second movie to be released as the family rushed to the small screen in all-new goofy glory, courtesy of TT Games and its beloved Lego line.
Lego The Incredibles is one of the best Lego games and it’s a must-have if you’re a fan of blocks, heroes, comedy and a charismatic family. The game features both films, and TT Games perfectly captures the defining points of each film while seamlessly blending it with the hilarity we’ve come to expect from Lego games. There are tons of characters to collect, an open world to explore, and well-designed levels that demand you replay them.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga – Switch
Mesa thinks it’s the best game set in a galaxy far, far away, and you really should play it. Seriously, this is the definitive way to experience Lego Star Wars, as The Skywalker Saga features all nine main movies, each with plenty of content, from main missions to side missions, races, space battles, and of course collecting figures, minikits and more.
Everything about the game is spot on, TT Games breathed new life into the series and it was about time, considering the entries from the last few years are a bit dated – that’s not to say they aren’t fun, but refreshing stuff is definitely a good thing.
For more, read our Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga review and play it you must. Wesa also offers a range of handy collector guides, just browse our Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Figures, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Data Cards and Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Minikit Lists, okay.
There you have it, the best Lego games on Switch and mobile, we hope you’re having a great time. Of course, if you really want to prove you’re a survivor, take on the hordes of our picks for the best zombie games on mobile.