New Windows 10 kid game released: LEGO Juniors: Create & Cruise
There are quite a few games and apps for kids on the Windows Store, and now you can add a new one to the collection. LEGO released its new LEGO Juniors: Create & Cruise game for Windows 10 users and you can download it now for free.
According to its description, the game is suitable for children of age 4-7. As the title of the game suggests, it allows tykes to create their very own LEGO vehicles and mini-figures. Here’s a full description of the game:
In LEGO® Juniors Create & Cruise, children age 4-7 can use their imagination to create their very own LEGO vehicles and minifigures. Cruising for coins will unlock virtual LEGO sets that can be built with a few easy touches – and which will become part of the game’s colorful 3D scenery for your child’s next drive-through. Create & Cruise provides plenty of inspiration for real-life LEGO builds and imaginative play scenarios you can talk to your child about – like why the pretty princess is driving a police car that has legs instead of wheels.
And here’s a quick run-down of the most important features of the game:
-No in-app purchases
-NEW levels with engaging scenery
-NEW models – which means fun new build and play experiences. Now your child can play with helicopters and big trucks!
-Minifigure selector and lots of creative vehicles to mix and match – the more you play, the more you unlock!
-Bright, fun and friendly animations and soundtrack *Intuitive icons and navigation for easy gameplay – no reading or writing skills required
-Virtual building with LEGO® bricks
-No third-party advertising
Since this game is a universal title, kids will be able to play on Windows 10 laptops, desktop, tablets, 2-in-1s, and smartphones. When it comes to apps and games for kids in Windows 10, we’ve got quite a lot of related content, so check it out:
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