LEGO Loco Reviews (Windows)

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Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.9
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.9
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 4.0
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Overall User Score (7 votes) 3.9

Critic Reviews

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Power Unlimited (Jan, 1999)
Een uitgebreid en best vermakelijk desktop-programma. Voor Lego liefhebbers en treinfanaten een prima produkt.
7Wolf Magazine (Aug 13, 2002)
С технической же точки зрения игра выглядит достаточно симпатично: приятная спрайтовая графика, возможность выбрать из многочисленных фоновых подложек (от линолеума до лунной поверхности), удобный интерфейс (если не считать не слишком удобные скролл-бары) и приятная озвучка в виде лопотания персонажей на своем собственном "леговском" языке. С удовольствием порекомендую эту игру всем поклонникам сборных конструкторов! Тем более, что ее виртуальные детальки уж точно никогда не потеряются!
67 (1998)
Leogolize it! Lego Loco ist schick fürs Netzwerk, alle anderen haben mehr vom Lego Creator.
The game’s chief shortcoming is that its interface has dozens of graphical icons but no text labels, requiring the player to learn by trial and error to an extent that children especially will find intolerable. A tutorial intended to help newcomers backfired for me. Although I chose “English (United States)” as my language when I installed the game, the helpful stationmaster spoke to me in a squeaky-voiced cross between Japanese and that gibberish Furbies speak. You’re left to your own devices when it comes to figuring out what all the different types of buildings are, and while it is nice from an “Easter egg” point of view to discover the abundant hidden animations, it is something of a barrier to getting started. Figuring out how to play a multiplayer game or connect to the Internet is even worse. There is no way a child will know what to do when faced with an “lP:’ prompt. The postcard editor, on the other hand, is a joy.
Das Packungsbild mit dem schnittigen Lego-Schnellzug vermittelt noch so etwas wie Dynamik, doch dieses Versprechen wird nicht eingelöst. Zwar darf der Spieler wild in der Gegend herumklicken, Weichen verstellen und Postkarten schreiben, doch wird selbst den Jüngsten rasch ein Anreiz fehlen.