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LEGO Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - PC

Platform : Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP
Rated: Everyone
5 customer reviews

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Kids re-create scenes and settings from Harry Potter's second-year adventures at Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry with LEGO Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. In LEGO's workshop environment, kids can create Hogwarts Castle, Platform Nine and Three-Quarters, the Chamber of Secrets, and scenes from their own imagination using hundreds of LEGO bricks and pieces. Explore every inch of Hogwarts, including Hagrid's hut, Snape's potion room, Dumbledore's office, and the Quidditch field. Choose from four fun-filled modes of play: challenges, explore, build, and play, while mini story scenes help kids learn how to move around in the world and work with bricks and buildings.

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Another year, another disaster. After playing for nearly five hours, this reviewer has had more than enough. The headache started when the program first crashed on our one-year-old, fairly reliable eMachine, wiping out a lot of hard work. Prior to the crash, time was spent guiding a LEGO version of Harry Potter around while slowly but surely collecting frogs and treasure chests to get to the main part of the game (kids will like this part, in spite of the fact that characters move too slowly). The construction component, available from most screens, is absurdly complex, so if your child is itching to build Hogwarts rooms out of virtual LEGOs, as the title implies, forget it. There are lots of features, like tools for altering weather, creating characters and constructing buildings, but you have to be a wizard or witch to figure them out. Twelve enticing-looking portals lead to places to explore and build in, but the same problems plague each of these. Like last year's LEGO/Harry Potter game, this one's a bust. -- From Children's Software Revue® -- "Subscribe Now!"


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  • ASIN: B00006CRW6
  • Item Weight: 12 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: December 10, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,095 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 19, 2003
Anoushka Age 7: I really liked this game and can't stop playing it. I played it today with my 5year old brother (I am seven) and we played it for 5hours.
I like the doors which you go through to take you through in to another part of Harry Potter's world and the quidditch game you can play.
Aren age 5: I liked the big spider and going inside the Harry Potter Castle and the big troll inside. You have to collect chocolate frogs and you can build your own lego things, snakes and trolls and spiders or anything you want.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 12, 2003
I bought this game because I found it somewhere dirt cheap, and was amused by the concept. It is a cute game, great for kids. The characters are little slow moving, no matter how fast a processor you have.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By zsky2 on March 29, 2003
This game is really neat!
Just some things. There's no photo album unlike in the first game but you can fress F1 to set the screen as your desktop!!
The music isn't as good as in the first game (Lego creator Harry Potter) but the graffics are much better!
The controls are a lot easyer then in the first game.
In the first game in order to get on a broom stick you had to go to the edit screen and put that person on, doing that is real hard, now you can make some one that comes with a broom stick or use a default one (default means that it comes with the game).
This game's chalenges are better because there well chalenges!
Most of the chelenges in the first game were kind of basic.
Bye! I am going to play the game now ;-)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Russian Blue Witch (RBW) on November 18, 2009
Well, first of all I would like to say that I am not a creative person in regard to this game, so I probably don't get as much out of the game as some people would. Second, I have not already played LEGO Creator Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's stone, so this review will be based on the merit of the product by itself, and not based on its predecessor.

Harry Potter LEGO Creator is a fun game where you can build a world of Harry Potter without worrying how many LEGO bricks you have and then you can interact with the world you've built. At the beginning there are only a few worlds unlocked. You unlock other worlds through Challenges, which teach you how to interact with the world. These "Challenges" are often fairly easy and not always helpful- if you didn't have them you could probably figure out the world on your own- and the funny thing is, the third challenge is about how to move your minifigure, even though you wouldn't be taking the challenge if you didn't know how to move around. Each challenge supposedly advances you in the plot, but there's practically no story to begin with. If you want a plotty game, buy Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by EA Games instead- the LEGO Creator game actually ends when you finish the Polyjuice Potion.

The features are easy enough to use, and there are plenty of things to work with to get your imagination running. The world you work in is beautiful (though some of the details aren't - some of the flowers look like garlic), and you can even change the weather- although that doesn't have any effect if you are working indoors.

And now for how to have fun.
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LEGO Creator is a very early attempt at making a LEGO Harry Potter game, but sadly, this one doesn't succeed. As I understand it, you collect all of the chocolate frogs in an area to unlock new levels, and there is also some LEGO building and Quidditch excursions. This is a very open-world game, which would be fine except for the fact that the character walks so slow. The one thing I did like a lot about this game was the fact that you can control any living thing, from Hogwarts students to birds in the sky. The graphics are a little glitchy no matter what perspective though. Does the game still hold up today? No, especially because there's a superior, more recent LEGO Harry Potter out there, so this game simply isn't worth the money.
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