Difference between revisions of "LEGO Island"

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* Japanese: レゴアイランドの大冒険
* Japanese: レゴアイランドの大冒険
* Portugese: A Ilha LEGO
* Portugese: A Ilha LEGO
* Danish: Panik Pä LEGO Øen

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LEGO Island is a 1997 action-adventure video game developed and published by Mindscape. It was released for Microsoft Windows on 2 October 1997 in North America and 15 October 1997 worldwide. It was the first 3D LEGO video game and the second officially-licensed LEGO game ever released.

  • German: Abenteuer auf der LEGO Insel
  • French: Aventures sur L'île LEGO
  • Japanese: レゴアイランドの大冒険
  • Portugese: A Ilha LEGO
  • Danish: Panik Pä LEGO Øen



LEGO Island allows the player to play as five unique characters, who all have different interactions with other islanders and can customize the world around them in distinct ways. According to the instruction manual, they are all based on research from Harvard on the theory of multiple intelligences, with each character representing a different type of intelligence.[1]

There are also two other main characters who are not playable:

  • The Infomaniac (voiced by Patrick Hagan) - The eccentric old creator of LEGO Island. He greets the player at the start of the game and acts as a guide throughout it. He can be found in the Information Center, though at certain points he appears on the island to inform the player about something. He has linguistic intelligence.
  • The Brickster (voiced by David Lander) - A rude and destructive prisoner who serves as the main antagonist. He was once the Infomaniac's friend, but now he wants to destroy LEGO Island and take all of its bricks for himself. He can be found in his jail cell, where he plots his escape. He has intrapersonal intelligence.




Minimum System Requirements

  • Computer: Windows 95
  • CPU: Pentium 120 MHz MMX
  • Hard Drive: 20 MB uncompressed hard drive space
  • Memory: 16 MB RAM
  • Video: unknown
  • Resolution: SVGA 640x480 resolution, 256 colors or higher
  • CD-ROM: 4X speed CD-ROM
  • Sound Card: unknown
  • Input Device: Compatible mouse and keyboard (Serial/PS2 or USB)
  • Joystick/Gamepad: Not used


  1. Mindscape, Inc. (1997). LEGO Island Volume 1 Issue 1 Number 1 - A Totally Wacky But Very Helpful Instruction Manual. p. 21