Following its unveiling back in March, developer ClockStone, the studio behind the popular Bridge Constructor series, has shared 16 minutes of gameplay from its upcoming diorama-based construction puzzler Lego Bricktales.
Lego Bricktales tasks players with traversing five gorgeous, brick-based dioramas – a lush jungle, sun-drenched desert, bustling city corner, medieval castle, and tropical island – as they undertake various quests and puzzles dished out by NPCs to help their grandfather reinvigorate his rundown amusement park.
Bricktales’ core puzzling is based around a brick-by-brick building mechanic that encourages players to find a solution to the task at hand by constructing something useful from a limited number of bricks – a bridge, perhaps, or a physics-based flying machine.
You’ll find a couple more building examples – ranging from a simple staircase to a more elaborate temple statue – in the new 16 minutes of previously unseen Lego Bricktales gameplay above, which has been shared in as part of a sponsored collaboration with YouTuber Drae.
Alongside the story driven adventure mode showcased in the new footage, Bricktales also features a Sandbox Mode, collectables to find, plus additional, non-puzzle-based builds that involve customising rides found in grandfather’s amusement park.
There’s no release date for Lego Bricktales just yet, but it’ll be heading to PC later this year.