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** ''The LEGO Movie Video Game'' is an exception, since ''everything'' is made out of LEGO bricks. Most games have a bonus level of some sort that's built the same way. The patches are a bit less conspicuous in these instances.
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**In all the levels of ''The LEGO Movie Video Game,'' instead of Citizens in Peril or some other relevant item, you find... pants!
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* AdaptedOut: ''The Lego Movie'' completely omits several of the licensed characters that make appearances in the film itself, such as [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Milhouse]], [[Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles Michelangelo]] and [[Film/HarryPotter Dumbledore]]. Furthermore, [[spoiler:the cameo by Millennium Falcon and its crew]] is omitted despite iots relevance to the plot, and one of the major plot points is completely glossed over - [[spoiler:TheReveal that the entire story is really just a boy playing with his Lego is kept, but the subsequent reveal that Lord Business and his plot to freeze everything is based on his father's desire to stop his son from messing up his Lego kits is cut out of the story, removing all context for Lord Business' HeelFaceTurn]].

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**A rather hilarious example is Batman (of all people) in the LEGO movie video game. Unlike the movie itself (and his brief appearance in LEGO Dimensions), this Batman is as capable in gameplay as his counterpart from the LEGO Batman games.
* AdaptedOut: ''The Lego Movie'' completely omits several of the licensed characters that make appearances in the film itself, such as [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Milhouse]], [[Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles Michelangelo]] and [[Film/HarryPotter Dumbledore]]. Furthermore, [[spoiler:the cameo by Millennium Falcon and its crew]] is omitted despite iots its relevance to the plot, and one of the major plot points is completely glossed over - [[spoiler:TheReveal that the entire story is really just a boy playing with his Lego is kept, but the subsequent reveal that Lord Business and his plot to freeze everything is based on his father's desire to stop his son from messing up his Lego kits is cut out of the story, removing all context for Lord Business' HeelFaceTurn]].
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* ''LEGO Marvel SuperHeroes'' - Like the ''Batman'' games, this features an original story.

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* ''LEGO Marvel SuperHeroes'' Super Heroes'' - Like the ''Batman'' games, this features an original story.
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* ''VideoGame/LEGOStarWars''

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* ''VideoGame/LEGOStarWars''''LEGO Star Wars''



* ''VideoGame/LEGOIndianaJones''

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* ''VideoGame/LEGOIndianaJones''''LEGO Indiana Jones''



* ''VideoGame/LEGOBatman'' - Unlike most other LEGO games, the ''Batman'' titles feature original stories instead of adapting existing ones.

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* ''VideoGame/LEGOBatman'' ''LEGO Batman'' - Unlike most other LEGO games, the ''Batman'' titles feature original stories instead of adapting existing ones.



* ''VideoGame/LEGOHarryPotter''

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* ''VideoGame/LEGOHarryPotter''''LEGO Harry Potter''



* ''VideoGame/LEGOPiratesOfTheCaribbean'' (featuring ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl Curse of the Black Pearl]]'', ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest Dead Man's Chest]]'', ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd At World's End]]'', and ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides On Stranger Tides]]'')
* ''VideoGame/LEGOTheLordOfTheRings'' (featuring ''The Fellowship of the Ring'', ''The Two Towers'', and ''Return of the King'')
** ''VideoGame/LEGOTheHobbit'' (featuring ''[[Film/TheHobbitAnUnexpectedJourney An Unexpected Journey]]'' and ''[[Film/TheHobbitTheDesolationOfSmaug Desolation of Smaug]]'', but '''not''' ''[[Film/TheHobbitTheBattleOfTheFiveArmies Battle of the Five Armies]]'' (it was planned for a DLC update but was scrapped))
* ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelSuperHeroes'' - Like the ''Batman'' games, this features an original story.
* ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelsAvengers'' (unrelated to the previous Marvel game; featuring ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' and including other movies from Phase Two of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse)

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* ''VideoGame/LEGOPiratesOfTheCaribbean'' ''LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean'' (featuring ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl Curse of the Black Pearl]]'', ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest Dead Man's Chest]]'', ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd At World's End]]'', and ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides On Stranger Tides]]'')
* ''VideoGame/LEGOTheLordOfTheRings'' ''LEGO The Lord of the Rings'' (featuring ''The Fellowship of the Ring'', ''The Two Towers'', and ''Return of the King'')
** ''VideoGame/LEGOTheHobbit'' ''LEGO The Hobbit'' (featuring ''[[Film/TheHobbitAnUnexpectedJourney An Unexpected Journey]]'' and ''[[Film/TheHobbitTheDesolationOfSmaug Desolation of Smaug]]'', but '''not''' ''[[Film/TheHobbitTheBattleOfTheFiveArmies Battle of the Five Armies]]'' (it was planned for a DLC update but was scrapped))
* ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelSuperHeroes'' ''LEGO Marvel SuperHeroes'' - Like the ''Batman'' games, this features an original story.
* ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelsAvengers'' ''LEGO Marvel's Avengers'' (unrelated to the previous Marvel game; featuring ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' and including other movies from Phase Two of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse)



* ''VideoGame/LEGOJurassicWorld'' (featuring ''Film/JurassicPark'', ''Film/{{The Lost World|JurassicPark}}'', ''Film/JurassicParkIII'', and ''Film/JurassicWorld'')

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* ''VideoGame/LEGOJurassicWorld'' ''LEGO Jurassic World'' (featuring ''Film/JurassicPark'', ''Film/{{The Lost World|JurassicPark}}'', ''Film/JurassicParkIII'', and ''Film/JurassicWorld'')
21st Jul '16 8:41:18 PM PaulA
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!!The LEGO Adaptation Games provide examples of the following tropes:

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!!LEGO Adaptation Games with their own pages include:

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* ''VideoGame/LEGOBatman'' series
* ''VideoGame/LEGOHarryPotter'' series
* ''VideoGame/LEGOIndianaJones'' series
* ''VideoGame/LEGOJurassicWorld''
* ''VideoGame/LEGOTheLordOfTheRings'' (and ''LEGO The Hobbit'')
* ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelsAvengers''
* ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelSuperHeroes''
* ''VideoGame/LEGOPiratesOfTheCaribbean''
* ''VideoGame/LEGOStarWars'' series
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!!The remaining LEGO Adaptation Games provide examples of the following tropes:
21st Jul '16 8:12:58 PM PaulA
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The games are rife with numerous {{shout out}}s, much as you'd expect from a franchise affectionately parodying popular films, to the point where they have [[ShoutOut/LEGOAdaptationGame their own Shout Out page]].

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The games are rife with numerous {{shout out}}s, much as you'd expect from a franchise affectionately parodying popular films, to the point where they have [[ShoutOut/LEGOAdaptationGame their own Shout Out page]].
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* ShoutOut: [[ShoutOut/LegoAdaptationGame Detailed here.]]
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* LEGO ''[[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel's Avengers]]'' (unrelated to the previous Marvel game; featuring ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' and including other movies from Phase Two of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse)

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* LEGO ''[[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel's Avengers]]'' ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelsAvengers'' (unrelated to the previous Marvel game; featuring ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' and including other movies from Phase Two of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse)



* AdvertisedExtra: The Winter Soldier, Lady Thor and Kamala Khan are all featured on the back of ''Avengers'', despite that fact that the Winter Soldier only appears in one optional mission, Kamala in two sidequests, and Lady Thor is just a playable character with no storyline focus.



* AsHimself: Stan Lee in ''Avengers''. [[Series/TheIncredibleHulk Lou Ferrigno]] is also an unlockable character.
* AscendedMeme:
** In ''Marvel's Avengers'', the final mission to [[spoiler:unlock Lou Ferrigno?]] Fighting a bear.
** Third trailer for ''Age of Ultron'' spawned jokes about Hulk looking like he's talking a selfie in the scene where the team is all lunging towards HYDRA in slow motion. Cue the game having an entire string of "Hulk selfie" side quests.
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: The Other prepares to send several runaway Chitauri back to Thanos for a FateWorseThanDeath, only to be distracted by the sound of an ice cream truck.



* CreatorCameo: ''Marvel's Avengers'' has the obligatory Creator/StanLee appearance.
* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Avengers'' compared to ''Marvel Superheroes,'' being based directly off the movies and all. It shows in ways both obvious and subtle. Compare, for example, Maria Hill's mission briefings from one game to the other, or the more RealIsBrown look of New York in ''Avengers'' vs. the bright and cheerful New York of ''Marvel Superheroes.''



* DoomyDoomsOfDoom: A mission in ''Avengers'' has Armin Zola proclaiming how the player's every action will lead to their doom. Comfortable, air-conditioned doom, but DOOM nonetheless.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Once the player finishes a mission that requires foiling Armin Zola's latest plan, he tells them to get the "hail Hydra" out.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: In ''Avengers'', certain characters can be unlocked by getting into fights with them. The fights don't come with any explanation, they're just there.



* JokeCharacter
** ''LEGO Marvel Avengers'' has Egghead, who has no real abilities other than throwing eggs.
** ''LEGO Marvel Avengers'' has Butterball, who is physically invulnerable, but his attacks are all him tumbling over himself and he runs in a awkward waddle.
** ''LEGO Marvel Avengers'' has the Mk 1 Iron Man suit, which moves slowly and can't fly.
* KneelBeforeZod: During his boss fight in Free Play Mode, Loki swears the player characters will kneel before him when the day is through.
* LandmarkingTheHiddenBase: In ''Avengers'', a Hydra base can be found under the Lincoln Monument.
* LethalJokeCharacter: In Lego Avengers, Squirrel Girl [[spoiler:has a set of hulkbuster armor]].



* NeverSmileAtACrocodile: A mission in ''Avengers'' involves helping Kamala Khan fight off several crocodiles with FrickinLaserBeams attached to their heads.



** ''Avengers'' wasn't timed with any releases, but had DLC for ''Ant-Man'' and ''Captain America: Civil War''.



* QuoteMine: All of the voicework in ''Marvel's Avengers'' cutscenes is clipped straight from the movies. Many lines are used in the same context as the films -- but some are put into new contexts for comedic purposes.



* RegeneratingHealth: In ''Avengers'', characters like Ultron and The Vision have it.



* SparedByTheAdaptation: A bit of an odd version with Agent Coulson in Lego Avengers. He still "dies" like he did in the original movie, but we see him open his eyes and wink at the camera while Captain America's back is turned, foreshadowing his appearance in Series/AgentsOfSHIELD.
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! Games in the series:

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** LEGO ''[[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel's Avengers]]'' (unrelated to the previous Marvel game; featuring ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' and including other movies from Phase Two of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse)

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** * LEGO ''[[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel's Avengers]]'' (unrelated to the previous Marvel game; featuring ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' and including other movies from Phase Two of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse)



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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: If you're in cursor mode, you don't have to worry about any enemies harming you due to being unable to take damage at there, so you can continue your task unimpeded.

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If you're in cursor mode, you don't have to worry about any enemies harming you due to being unable to take damage at there, so you can continue your task unimpeded.



*** Third trailer for ''Age of Ultron'' spawned jokes about Hulk looking like he's talking a selfie in the scene where the team is all lunging towards HYDRA in slow motion. Cue the game having an entire string of "Hulk selfie" side quests.

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*** ** Third trailer for ''Age of Ultron'' spawned jokes about Hulk looking like he's talking a selfie in the scene where the team is all lunging towards HYDRA in slow motion. Cue the game having an entire string of "Hulk selfie" side quests.



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* ContinuityLockout: In the earlier games, the cutscenes are only occasional, usually [[HeroicMime pantomimed]], and PlayedForLaughs. So good luck understanding what's going on without watching the movies first. For an example of how these games look to someone unfamiliar with the source material: ''[[http://www.mytgn.co.uk/forum/content.php?67-Lego-Harry-Potter-as-Explained-by-Somone-Who-Has-Never-Read-Harry-Potter-Introduction LEGO Harry Potter as Explained by Someone Who Has Never Read Harry Potter]]''.
*** Averted in the ''Batman'' games and ''Marvel Superheroes'', as they're not based on preexisting stories and they provide either text bites that explain the action or dialogue specifically recorded for the game. Later games like ''Lord of the Rings'', ''The Hobbit'', ''Jurassic World'' and ''Avengers'' also use actual dialogue from their films (albeit moved about on occasion to fit the various cutscenes).

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* ContinuityLockout: In the earlier games, the cutscenes are only occasional, usually [[HeroicMime pantomimed]], and PlayedForLaughs. So good luck understanding what's going on without watching the movies first. For an example of how these games look to someone unfamiliar with the source material: ''[[http://www.mytgn.co.uk/forum/content.php?67-Lego-Harry-Potter-as-Explained-by-Somone-Who-Has-Never-Read-Harry-Potter-Introduction LEGO Harry Potter as Explained by Someone Who Has Never Read Harry Potter]]''.
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* GroundPound: Any character with a melee weapon can do this.

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** ''LEGO Marvel Avengers'' has Egghead and Butterball. The former has no real abilities other than throwing eggs and while the latter is physically invulnerable, his attacks are all him tumbling over himself and he runs in a awkward waddle.
** ''Marvel Avengers'' also has the Mk 1 Iron Man suit, which moves slowly and can't fly.
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** ''LEGO Marvel Avengers'' has Egghead and Butterball. The former Egghead, who has no real abilities other than throwing eggs and while the latter eggs.
** ''LEGO Marvel Avengers'' has Butterball, who
is physically invulnerable, but his attacks are all him tumbling over himself and he runs in a awkward waddle.
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* TheUnintelligible / SpeakingSimlish: The earliest games used a small voice cast speaking Simlish in the cutscenes, and relied on the players to have seen the movies and know how the story goes already. Later games used dialogue samples from the movie being adapted, a voice actors performing new dialogue, or a combination.




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* TheUnintelligible / SpeakingSimlish: In the movie adaptation games, where the players can be expected to know how the story goes already, everyone speaks Simlish. (Though samples from the movies, such as Han's "Yahoo!" from ''A New Hope'', are occasionally used at appropriate moments.) The DC and Marvel adaptations, which have original plots, have intelligible characters.
** ''LEGO Lord of the Rings'' and ''LEGO The Hobbit'' avert this by using actual dialogue from their respective movies.
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* ''LEGO Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' (featuring ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl Curse of the Black Pearl]]'', ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest Dead Man's Chest]]'', ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd At World's End]]'', and ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides On Stranger Tides]]'')

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* ''LEGO Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' ''VideoGame/LEGOPiratesOfTheCaribbean'' (featuring ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl Curse of the Black Pearl]]'', ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest Dead Man's Chest]]'', ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd At World's End]]'', and ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides On Stranger Tides]]'')



* {{Bowdlerization}} / {{Disneyfication}}: ''Pirates'' replaces hanging with ProducePelting.



* ContinuityNod: In ''Pirates'', the ''Curse of the Black Pearl'' levels include a few elements that weren't introduced until the next movie: Jack's compass pointing to what he's looking for (''Curse'' implied that it always pointed to Isla de Muerta), Barbossa's body being retrieved in TheStinger, and as a nice touch, a flash of green light at sunset.
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: In ''LEGO Pirates'', any scenes involving hanging is changed to being put into stocks and [[ProducePelting pelted with fruit]].



* DegradedBoss: In the bonus level of ''LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean'', "The Ride", Barbossa, Davy Jones, and Blackbeard all don't have their boss abilities when you fight them.



* DualWielding: Some characters in ''LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean'' can wield dual swords.



* EvenTheGuysWantHim: In ''LEGO Pirates'', Philip's singing makes hearts appear over guys' and girls' heads alike as they swoon. Often taken to hilarious levels with characters like Blackbeard and Davy Jones.



* GameBreakingBug:
** ''Pirates of the Caribbean'': in the final level of the third movie, you fight Davy Jones, who jumps around his ship as the battle progresses. However, there is one jump where he has a good chance of simply not doing it. There is no way to get him to do it and the only solution is to exit and replay ''the entire level up to that point''... which does not eliminate the possibility of him doing it again. Repeatedly.
** The Wii version of ''LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean'' has a frustrating pair of bugs during the Brethren Court level. One involves the GratuitousDiscoSequence; if you land on the wrong space, the puzzle becomes glitched and cannot be completed. The other affects a puzzle wherein the player must turn a wheel to spin a maze and pull a chain to change the direction that the maze will spin; the chain can only be pulled three times before it stops working due to the bug, meaning that the player cannot afford to make a mistake, but even worse is the fact that the wheel stops working altogether after the first time you use it, rendering the puzzle (and thus the entire level) impossible to complete.



* GlassShatteringSound: A recurring special ability; used by mermaids and bad singers in ''Pirates'', among others.



* GravityIsAHarshMistress: In ''LEGO Pirates'' during the ''Curse of the Black Pearl'' section when Barbossa backs Jack and Elizabeth off the plank and they don't notice until it's too late.
* GroinAttack: Part of a RuleOfThree joke in ''LEGO Pirates'': Anamaria slaps Jack, Cotton slaps Jack, Marty aims lower.



* HubLevel: Each series has its own. In later games that expand to a WideOpenSandbox, there's usually a section of the world that holds most of the Hub functions like shops and character customization; ''Pirates'' has Port Royal.

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* HubLevel: Each series has its own. In later games that expand to a WideOpenSandbox, there's usually a section of the world that holds most of the Hub functions like shops and character customization; ''Pirates'' has Port Royal.customization.



* InterfaceScrew: In ''Pirates'', getting hit by Blackbeard's projectiles will reverse your controls.



* MessyPig: Jokes involving pigs are the RunningGag of ''Pirates''.



* MythologyGag:
** In ''LEGO Rock Band'', the only characters with normal skin tones are those based on the pre-made characters from ''RB2''. The rest (the human ones, anyway) all are built with yellow skin, including your road crew.
** ''Pirates of the Caribbean'': The final, bonus mission is a replication of the original Ride/DisneyThemeParks ride itself, but with enemies.

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* MythologyGag:
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MythologyGag: In ''LEGO Rock Band'', the only characters with normal skin tones are those based on the pre-made characters from ''RB2''. ''RB 2''. The rest (the human ones, anyway) all are built with yellow skin, including your road crew.
** ''Pirates of the Caribbean'': The final, bonus mission is a replication of the original Ride/DisneyThemeParks ride itself, but with enemies.
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* TheNapoleon: ''Lego Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' exaggerates Beckett's shortness, making him even more of this; while he ''was'' originally noticeably shorter than other characters in the movies, his Lego minifig is the same size as the one used for ''hobbits''.



* PercussiveMaintenance
** In ''The LEGO Movie Videogame'', one of the random animations when using a wrench to fix something is hitting it with the wrench.
** In ''LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean'', when fixing something with the hammer, occasionally the character will kick whatever he's repairing.

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* PercussiveMaintenance
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PercussiveMaintenance: In ''The LEGO Movie Videogame'', one of the random animations when using a wrench to fix something is hitting it with the wrench.
** In ''LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean'', when fixing something with the hammer, occasionally the character will kick whatever he's repairing.
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* ProductPlacement: All the games have been based on pre-existing building sets, naturally. ''Pirates'' had the slight twist in that the game was announced before the sets were. More than that, most games are timed to tie in with a related movie release.
** ''Pirates of the Caribbean'' with ''On Stranger Tides''.

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* ProductPlacement: All the games have been based on pre-existing building sets, naturally. ''Pirates'' had the slight twist in that the game was announced before the sets were. More than that, most games are timed to tie in with a related movie release.
** ''Pirates of the Caribbean'' with ''On Stranger Tides''.
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* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Red and black objects can't be manipulated by most characters and are reserved only for those with evil powers (Sith in ''Star Wars'', dark wizards in ''Harry Potter'', Blackbeard in ''Pirates of the Caribbean'', etc).

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* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Red and black objects can't be manipulated by most characters and are reserved only for those with evil powers (Sith in ''Star Wars'', dark wizards in ''Harry Potter'', Blackbeard in ''Pirates of the Caribbean'', etc).powers.



** Some have gotten very annoyed by the difficulty of finding Blackbeard (especially since he's a very important special character you ''need'' to buy in order to get 100%), the answer: You have to look near Tia Dalma's shack, where you'll find him.



* SparedByTheAdaptation: In many cases, a character who was killed off in the original version won't have their death scene shown and simply [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse disappear from the plot afterward]]. But apart from that, ''Pirates'' has Anamaria appear in ''Dead Man's Chest'' and ''At World's End'' despite her conspicuous absence from those films.
** An bit of an odd version with Agent Colson in Lego Avengers. He still "dies" like he did in the original movie, but we see him open his eyes and wink at the camera while Captain America's back is turned, foreshadowing his appearance in Series/AgentsOfSHIELD.
* SpringtimeForHitler: Lego Pirates of the Caribbean has an achievement for finishing Port Royal with 0 studs. ''Failing'' to collect studs is actually harder than collecting them. Thankfully, there are plenty of enemies in the level so you can lose the studs and have a chance of succeeding at failing.

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* SparedByTheAdaptation: In many cases, a character who was killed off in the original version won't have their death scene shown and simply [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse disappear from the plot afterward]]. But apart from that, ''Pirates'' has Anamaria appear in ''Dead Man's Chest'' and ''At World's End'' despite her conspicuous absence from those films.
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A bit of an odd version with Agent Colson Coulson in Lego Avengers. He still "dies" like he did in the original movie, but we see him open his eyes and wink at the camera while Captain America's back is turned, foreshadowing his appearance in Series/AgentsOfSHIELD.
* SpringtimeForHitler: Lego Pirates of the Caribbean has an achievement for finishing Port Royal with 0 studs. ''Failing'' to collect studs is actually harder than collecting them. Thankfully, there are plenty of enemies in the level so you can lose the studs and have a chance of succeeding at failing.
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* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks: At least it does for Will Turner.



* UnnecessaryCombatRoll: Any male character in ''LEGO Pirates'', usually unsheathing their weapon in the process.
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