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We all love LEGO and it seems the world has gone mad for the Apple iPad so what’s better than bringing the two together for a little free gaming fun? LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Scavenger Hunt may be something of a mouthful but this action packed game coule well be the Easter break winner we’ve been looking for to keep the kids quiet in the backseat. Read on to find out more about LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Scavenger Hunt for iPhone and iPad.

LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Scavenger Hunt is a new game to help you get the most of the new range at those times when you can’t play with your building bricks. The basis of the game is the same as that of the real world version, with Sensei and his ninjas in training (Kai, Cole, Zane and Jay) fighting to protect the land of Ninjago from Garmadon and his evil skeleton army.

The trick is to master the mystic art of Spinjitzu on your iPhone or iPad by tapping the screen to help your Ninja rather speed and pace. Once he’s spinning like a whirling dervish you can tilt your device to send him pelting into the evil enemy.

The scavenger hunt part comes in the form of allowing your kids to win coins and unlock new gear for your ninja by going on a scavenger hunt to local toy stores to scan real-life Ninjago boxes for weapons, equipment and other ninja essentials.

The Ninjago Spinjitzu Scavenger Hunt game is free and available to download from iTunes.
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sounds like a scam for your kids to have an excuse to pester you to take them to toy stores...
sounds like a scam for your kids to have an excuse to pester you to take them to toy stores...

LOL, you need a scam to get kids to pester you to take them to toy stores? I thought that's what kids are meant to do anyway.

Still, LEGO game on an iPhone/iPad, it is a favourite of all ages...
It's rubbish, you get to a point where you can't continue unless you get some of the codes off the back of the toys.

I I got that wrong then I apologise, but is not very clear as that is what every mission type thing seems to be asking for.

Also even without this major problem the game itself is meh at best.

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