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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has revealed three new games based on LEGO's Legends of Chima sets, described as "a fantasy adventure set in land inhabited by different magical animal tribes, telling the classic story of good and evil, friendship and family."

Developer TT Games heralds two of the three titles, Speedorz and Laval's Journey, with WB Montreal studio taking reign of the online version of Legend of Chima which "will provide kids with a safe and incredibly immersive connected game experience."
“We are doing something innovative with LEGO Legends of Chima by making three distinct videogame experiences on a variety of platforms,” said Samantha Ryan, Senior Vice President, Production and Development, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. “By creating multiple LEGO videogame experiences for one brand, we are catering to today’s diverse gaming community, as well as establish a rewards system for players of all three games.”
Warner Bros. has also revealed the "Chima Vault", a reward system that will offer players of Speedorz and Laval's Journey the chance to earn points to spend in the Legends of Chima Online title.

Legends of Chima: Speedorz is available on the official website and also iOS, with Legend of Chima: Laval's Journey available on Nintendo 3DS, DS and PlayStation Vita in Winter 2013. Legends of Chima Online will be available on PC in Spring 2013. You can check out the screenshots below, or the full press release for a run down of each game.













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