History VideoGame / LegoIsland

14th Jan '16 12:09:46 AM Lego3400
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** ...[[Punny Name Pepper Roni]] and [[meangingfulname works in a Pizzazz?]]
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** ...[[Punny Name [[PunnyName Pepper Roni]] and [[meangingfulname [[MeaningfulName works in a Pizzazz?]]Pizzeria?]]
14th Jan '16 12:08:40 AM Lego3400
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**...[[Punny Name Pepper Roni]] and [[meangingfulname works in a Pizzazz?]]
10th Nov '15 7:32:39 PM thevisualboy37
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First: the manual doesn't say that anywhere. Second: there's nothing in the GUI to suggest that such a thing existed (or could have existed). PM me solid evidence and I'll consider putting this line back in.
** ''LEGO Island'' 1: The instruction manual claims that scoring red blocks in every minigame unlocks another set of missions, like a challenge mode. Although the Information Center appears to include a few remnants of the GUI for this, the feature does not exist.
7th Nov '15 6:43:39 PM landmark356
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* RedOnesGoFaster: Nubby will sometimes ask the player if red cars are faster than blue cars and will also wonder if it's the car's color that makes them go faster. Strange coming from him since despite his ditzyness, he's supposed to be a ''mechanic''. -->Nubby: I wonder if a red car is faster than a blue car? What if the colors make them go faster? Or if the colors clash does the car crash?
29th Oct '15 7:13:13 AM bwburke94
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Namespacing Playstation
The PC exclusive first game puts you in the shoes of one of five different playable characters, with activities including delivering pizzas, participating in races, and playing the occasional minigame. Woe to he who chooses the "Pizza/Brickster" combination assignment, though... Aside from the main plot with Pepper, the player can also control the sibling police officers, Nick and Laura Brick, and Pepper's employers/adoptive parents Mama and Papa Brickolini. The second game, ''LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge'' is somehow more outlandish. Once again, you unwittingly allow the Brickster to escape, and he scatters pages of the Constructopedia across several islands. You have to travel through these islands, including [[Toys/LEGOCastle Castle Island]] and [[Toys/LEGOAdventurers Adventurers' Island]], and track down both Brickster and the pages. Pepper is the only playable character, but gameplay is more [[GameplayRoulette "varied"]]. The game was released on PlayStationOne, PC, GameBoyColor and GameBoyAdvance. In the third game, ''Island {{Xtreme|KoolLetterz}} Stunts'', Pepper is starring in a movie where the Brickster is the villain and the Infomaniac gets kidnapped. The game takes a more WideOpenSandbox feel compared to previous games, allowing you to transvers around a much larger island and partake in side missions with the island's populous. Though the games were not based on any pre-existing LEGO theme, [[RecursiveAdaptation LEGO sets based on the games were released for the first time ever]] to co-aside with the release of ''Island Xtreme Stunts''. The game was released for PlayStation2 and GameBoyAdvance. A PC version was also released, [[PortingDisaster but was sadly scorned by performance issues]].
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The PC exclusive PC-exclusive first game puts you in the shoes of one of five different playable characters, with activities including delivering pizzas, participating in races, and playing the occasional minigame. Woe to he who chooses the "Pizza/Brickster" combination assignment, though... Aside from the main plot with Pepper, the player can also control the sibling police officers, Nick and Laura Brick, and Pepper's employers/adoptive parents Mama and Papa Brickolini. The second game, ''LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge'' is somehow more outlandish. Once again, you unwittingly allow the Brickster to escape, and he scatters pages of the Constructopedia across several islands. You have to travel through these islands, including [[Toys/LEGOCastle Castle Island]] and [[Toys/LEGOAdventurers Adventurers' Island]], and track down both Brickster and the pages. Pepper is the only playable character, but gameplay is more [[GameplayRoulette "varied"]]. The game was released on PlayStationOne, PC, GameBoyColor UsefulNotes/PlayStation, UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor, UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, and GameBoyAdvance. PC. In the third game, ''Island {{Xtreme|KoolLetterz}} Stunts'', Pepper is starring in a movie where the Brickster is the villain and the Infomaniac gets kidnapped. The game takes a more WideOpenSandbox feel compared to previous games, allowing you to transvers around a much larger island and partake in side missions with the island's populous. Though the games were not based on any pre-existing LEGO theme, [[RecursiveAdaptation LEGO sets based on the games were released for the first time ever]] to co-aside with the release of ''Island Xtreme Stunts''. The game was released for PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and GameBoyAdvance.Game Boy Advance. A PC version was also released, [[PortingDisaster but was sadly scorned by performance issues]].
30th Jul '15 8:50:08 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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'''''LEGO Island''''' is a trilogy of video games based upon Franchise/{{LEGO}}, the first title of which was the first of many video games to be based upon the LEGO license. The main character is [[PunnyName Pepper Roni]], a pizza delivery boy who manages to get mixed up in all sorts of off-the-wall shenanigans because of The Brickster, a criminal mastermind who loves anchovies and hot peppers. The games are always set on the aforementioned [[TitleDrop Lego Island]], where even though [[GeographicFlexibility the location is constantly being shifted and changed as the games go on]], the overall wackiness and adventure never go away.
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'''''LEGO Island''''' is a trilogy of video games based upon Franchise/{{LEGO}}, the first title of which was original game being the first of many video games to be game ever based upon on the LEGO license. The main character is [[PunnyName Pepper Roni]], a pizza delivery boy who manages to get mixed up in all sorts of off-the-wall shenanigans because of The Brickster, a criminal mastermind who loves anchovies and hot peppers. The games are always set on the aforementioned [[TitleDrop Lego Island]], where even though [[GeographicFlexibility the location is constantly being shifted and changed as the games go on]], the overall wackiness and adventure never go away.
29th Jul '15 11:35:48 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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'''''LEGO Island''''' is a trilogy of video games based upon Franchise/{{LEGO}}, the first title of which was the first of many video games to be based upon the LEGO license. The main character is [[PunnyName Pepper Roni]], a pizza delivery boy who manages to get mixed up in all sorts of off-the-wall shenanigans because of The Brickster, a criminal mastermind who loves anchovies and hot peppers. The first game is the most "realistic": The player, as one of five different characters, goes around delivering pizzas, participating in races, and playing the occasional minigame. Woe to he who chooses the "Pizza/Brickster" combination assignment, though... Aside from the main plot with Pepper, the player can also control the sibling police officers, Nick and Laura Brick, and Pepper's employers/adoptive parents Mama and Papa Brickolini. The second game, ''LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge'' is more outlandish. Once again, you unwittingly allow the Brickster to escape, and he scatters pages of the Constructopedia across several islands. You have to travel through these islands, including [[Toys/LEGOCastle Castle Island]] and [[Toys/LEGOAdventurers Adventurers' Island]], and track down both Brickster and the pages. Pepper is the only playable character, but gameplay is more [[GameplayRoulette "varied"]]. In the third game, ''Island {{Xtreme|KoolLetterz}} Stunts'', Pepper is starring in a movie where the Brickster is the villain and the Infomaniac gets kidnapped. For the first time, the game was released alongside a wave of actual LEGO sets based upon its characters, vehicles and locations.
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[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/legoislandcover.jpg]] '''''LEGO Island''''' is a trilogy of video games based upon Franchise/{{LEGO}}, the first title of which was the first of many video games to be based upon the LEGO license. The main character is [[PunnyName Pepper Roni]], a pizza delivery boy who manages to get mixed up in all sorts of off-the-wall shenanigans because of The Brickster, a criminal mastermind who loves anchovies and hot peppers. peppers. The games are always set on the aforementioned [[TitleDrop Lego Island]], where even though [[GeographicFlexibility the location is constantly being shifted and changed as the games go on]], the overall wackiness and adventure never go away. The PC exclusive first game is puts you in the most "realistic": The player, as shoes of one of five different playable characters, goes around with activities including delivering pizzas, participating in races, and playing the occasional minigame. Woe to he who chooses the "Pizza/Brickster" combination assignment, though... Aside from the main plot with Pepper, the player can also control the sibling police officers, Nick and Laura Brick, and Pepper's employers/adoptive parents Mama and Papa Brickolini. The second game, ''LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge'' is somehow more outlandish. Once again, you unwittingly allow the Brickster to escape, and he scatters pages of the Constructopedia across several islands. You have to travel through these islands, including [[Toys/LEGOCastle Castle Island]] and [[Toys/LEGOAdventurers Adventurers' Island]], and track down both Brickster and the pages. Pepper is the only playable character, but gameplay is more [[GameplayRoulette "varied"]]. "varied"]]. The game was released on PlayStationOne, PC, GameBoyColor and GameBoyAdvance. In the third game, ''Island {{Xtreme|KoolLetterz}} Stunts'', Pepper is starring in a movie where the Brickster is the villain and the Infomaniac gets kidnapped. For The game takes a more WideOpenSandbox feel compared to previous games, allowing you to transvers around a much larger island and partake in side missions with the island's populous. Though the games were not based on any pre-existing LEGO theme, [[RecursiveAdaptation LEGO sets based on the games were released for the first time, time ever]] to co-aside with the release of ''Island Xtreme Stunts''. The game was released alongside a wave of actual LEGO sets based upon its characters, vehicles for PlayStation2 and locations. GameBoyAdvance. A PC version was also released, [[PortingDisaster but was sadly scorned by performance issues]].

* DonutMessWithACop
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* DonutMessWithACopDonutMessWithACop: A common joke revolving around officers Nick and Laura Brick.
20th Jul '15 11:21:03 AM Kytseo
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* FinalBossNewDimension: The fight with the Brickster in 2 takes place in Ogel Island, the Brickster's own island in space.
9th Apr '15 5:13:58 PM thevisualboy37
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I apologize for that. For the curious: Overly Long Gag only counts when someone in a work says the gag has been going on for too long. I didn't realize that at the time.
** [[OverlyLongGag And again]]:
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14th Jan '15 4:57:13 PM ANewMan
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** The Infomaniac actually has one line in the game that references this. "He's tricked ME before, and I BUILT him!"
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