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This is how the Toy Pad will work in LEGO Dimensions

Published by Daniel Bennifer on June 25, 2015 6:23 pm
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New LEGO Dimensions trailer explains the functionality of the Toy Pad.

Warner Bros. and TT Games have put out a new trailer for LEGO Dimensions that showcases how its Toy Pad will work upon its release later this year.

Included with every LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack, the Toy Pad is an integral part of the gameplay experience. It acts as an additional game controller and provides players with a unique way to interact with the toys and game itself.

It allows the user to bring up to seven characters, vehicles and gadgets into the game, at any given time, for a whole host of combinations and crossovers.

Through its RGB light technology, the LEGO Dimensions Toy Pad can produce an array of colours to provide hints and puzzles for the player to solve.

It’s two main modes are “Shift” and “Scale”. The first is activated when characters need to use coloured vortexes in the game to avoid danger or traverse previously unattainable areas. The second, allows players to micro-size or super-size their characters by placing the LEGO minifigure on a distinctly coloured section of the LEGO Toy Pad.

Additional modes – that include “Chroma,” “Elemental”, and “Locate” – will offer further challenges that require a deep level of interaction between “physical and digital play never before seen in the Toys to Life category,” we’re told.

The trailer also reveals the first look at the Portal Level Pack, which I’m rather pumped for, personally. I had previously stated that I was looking forward to the release of LEGO Dimensions. That statement still holds up pretty well for me.

LEGO Dimensions is scheduled for release on September 29 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Wii U. Be sure to catch the video below.

Stay tuned to GizLine for future updates, trailers and screenshots pertaining to the release of LEGO Dimensions.

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