Legoland (video game)

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Cover art of Legoland
Developer(s)Krisalis Software
Publisher(s)Lego Media
Platform(s)Microsoft Windows
Genre(s)Construction and management simulation

Legoland (stylized as LEGOLAND) is a Legoland-themed construction and management simulation video game. It shares many aspects with the RollerCoaster Tycoon series (a similar series of games with an identical premise) but with a more simplistic and child-friendly gameplay style. The voicework is provided by Justin Fletcher.



The opening scene begins with a message on the player's answering machine telling him that he has been chosen to be the "Trainee Park Manager". The scene transfers to the Legoland Park, where Jonathan Ablebody, a member of staff at the Park, is sitting in the control room, announcing that Professor Voltage has built a new invention, simultaneously introducing the main characters: Bob Longtree the gardener, JP the mechanic, and Rosie the chef. After the player arrives at the Park, he is shown through to a hall, crowded with staff and visitors. A stage curtain is pulled back, and Professor Voltage introduces his new time machine. This gets stuck halfway through the trap door in the stage, and after the Professor gives it a good kick, it comes through. Jonathan remarks that the machine will never work, so the Professor challenges him. After replacing a freshly blown bulb with a new one, he fires the time machine up, smoke billows from the building, the machine disappears, and we are shown that Bob and JP are covered in soot. The time machine reappears and stops spinning abruptly. The whole park collapses under the enormous strain by the time machine. The Professor trips over in surprise and is hit on the head by his Duplicator Ray. After this, he comes to a conclusion that the park can be fixed using his raygun and his time machine. Jonathan then hopes that it will work out and welcomes us once again into Legoland.


After selecting the player profile, the player can select either Story Mode, Free Play Mode, Movie Mode, Profiles, Saved Games, or Quit.

Story Mode[edit]

In Story Mode, the player must complete five tutorial levels to learn how to play, then must complete ten Miniland levels to rebuild the Park. As the player progresses through the game, cutscenes are shown, followed by new attractions to build. When the game is completed, the player is rewarded with a certificate that they can print out. Story mode also features cutscenes.

Free Play Mode[edit]

In Free Play Mode, the player can simply create their own Legoland park without any objectives or limitations such as money or time limits, but can only use sets they have unlocked up to that point and are limited to how many rides, decorations, and restaurants that they can use when selecting what to use. Therefore, completing the game gives the player access to all unlockables in Free Play Mode; however, when selecting what items can be used in a free play game, there is a limiter on how much can be used.

A screenshot of in game action


Legoland received favorable reviews, earning a score of 80.5% at rating site GameRankings.[2]


  1. ^ Fudge, James (1 May 2000). "LEGOLAND Released". Computer Games Magazine. Archived from the original on 29 November 2002. Retrieved 5 February 2018.
  2. ^ "LegoLand". Game Rankings. Retrieved 9 August 2011.