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Building a LEGO Ninjago City District in LEGO Worlds: Building Bricksburg: Part 20

Building a LEGO Ninjago City District in LEGO Worlds: Building Bricksburg: Part 20
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About Lego Worlds:
EXPLORE. DISCOVER. CREATE. TOGETHER. LEGO® Worlds is an open environment of procedurally-generated Worlds made entirely of LEGO bricks which you can freely manipulate and dynamically populate with LEGO models. Create anything you can imagine one brick at a time, or use large-scale landscaping tools to create vast mountain ranges and dot your world with tropical islands. Drop in prefabricated structures to build and customize any world to your liking. Explore using helicopters, dragons, motorbikes or even gorillas and unlock treasures that enhance your gameplay. Watch your creations come to life through characters and creatures that interact with you and each other in unexpected ways. In LEGO Worlds, anything is possible!


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Ninjago City Quarter Four.jpg

Ninjago City Quarter Four is a Brick Build freely downloadable from the Builds Showcase in LEGO Worlds.


Ninjago City Quarter Four is an enormous build consisting of two very tall buildings surrounded by a small section of road, a narrow beach, and several small shops and buildings, including a newspaper stand and a shrine. The bottom of the narrow green building is a fast food restaurant, and additional seating can be found above it. In the top of that building is a very narrow basketball court complete with a hoop. The other tall building has a small shop on the bottom floor, and narrow switchback stairs leading up to a series of small rooms, each with a different scene: someone building a castle out of LEGOs; a tent with a small campsite; a cow in a very tiny fenced-in area along with a number of metal milk barrels; a secret Samurai X hideout; and a small workshop with a miniature version of the PUG-Z. On the top of this building is a landing pad with a Manta Ray Bomber. The sides of this building are decorated with various phrases in Ninjago script, along with a painted face on one side.


There are no Characters spawned with this Brick Build.




Non-unique objects:

  • Sand Castle (Green Flag)
  • Sand Castle (Red Flag)
  • Sand Castle (Yellow Flag)
  • Outdoor Lounger
  • Dry Grass Clump 3
  • Flat Pebble Stack
  • Bush 2
  • Dance Hall Balloons
  • Soda Machine
  • Green Wheelie Bin
  • Duck Ride
  • Bike Rack
  • Bicycle
  • Lamp Post
  • Bush
  • Fire Hydrant
  • Store Trolley
  • Candle
  • Newspaper Rack
  • Newspaper Box
  • Dojo Painting 2
  • Wall Notice
  • Wall Clock
  • Cash Register
  • Cafe Ceiling Light
  • Explorer Tent
  • Explorer Luggage Stack
  • Explorer Stove
  • Large Potted Plant
  • Dojo Potted Plant
  • Haystack
  • Milk Urn
  • Gate
  • Picket Fence
  • Trough
  • Samurai X Floor Panel
  • Samurai X Armour
  • Samurai X Small Computer
  • Samurai X Large Cave Computer
  • Samurai X Computer Terminal
  • Executive Chair
  • Workbench
  • Rocket Ride
  • Tool Shelves
  • Car Jack
  • Engine Hoist
  • Yellow Barrier
  • Helipad Light
  • Basketball Hoop
  • Traffic Cone
  • Soda Dispensers
  • Deli Cooker
  • Cash Register
  • Range Cooker
  • Diner Bench
  • Outdoor Chair
  • Tiny Brown Window
  • Reddish Brown Door
  • Solid White Door
  • Cafe Door
  • Drive-In Door
  • Stone Door
  • Black Door


Ninjago City Quarter Four does not appear to have a corresponding LEGO set, despite the existence of several official LEGO Ninjago City-themed sets.


  • The side of the tall building that has a face painted on it has characters in Ninjago script that say "TRIM?" beneath the face.
  • The side with the blue lettering seems to say '62AFRIG' while the red lettering says 'ER{?}AER'. The {?} symbol is unknown.
  • There are also yellow characters in an unfamiliar kanji coming from the Robotel.
  • The Ninjago City Quarter Four build was first made available in the Build Showcase on 23/11/
  • In the Brick Builds menu, it is labeled as "Showcase Model ()"
  • Although the letters on the side of the building are in the secret Ninjago language, it is unclear what they mean.


  1. Phoenix volkswagen dealers
  2. Delsol forum
  3. Cutlers pheromones
  4. Hf transceivers for sale
  5. Gps and backup camera garmin

Lego Worlds: All Cheat & Unlock Codes

Your imagination is key in Lego Worlds. Here's a guide on how to unlock and use every cheat code in Lego Worlds. From characters to biomes.

Lego Worlds opens up a new world of creativity with friends. Here's a list of all the cheat codes and what they can accomplish. Lego has been a prominent figure in the gaming space for decades now. The majority of the Lego franchise of video games is playing through classic or new properties with a Lego twist. For example, there are entire series of Lego games based around popular franchises like Harry Potter, Star Wars, Batman and more. As a small departure from these games, Traveller's Tales has created a sandbox-style game where players are allowed to build whatever they want from Lego blocks. This guide will help players unlock all the cheat codes for Lego Worlds

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Lego Worlds pulls inspiration from another popular building block game, Minecraft. Players begin the game by customizing their own Lego character that drops onto an island. Once on the island, the player is free to explore everything Lego Island has to offer. There are certain quests the player can interact to help build in-game currency, like assisting a pirate to create his throne or finding meteorites that have crashed into the island. In the menu, players are allowed to input cheat codes for certain perks like vehicles, Lego sets, and biomes. Here's the full cheat code list for Lego Worlds

All Cheat Codes in Lego Worlds

Here are all the cheat codes for vehicles in Lego Worlds.

  • BG7DWK - Getaway Car (LEGO City)
  • U98BR2 - Pizza Van (LEGO City).
  • NDC - Jungle Buggy
  • XP76VF - Jungle Cargo Helicopter
  • YG43JH - Manta Ray Bomber
  • LY9C8M - Lock & Roller (Nexo Knights).
  • XP3BN2 - Lance's Driller (Nexo Knights).
  • P42FJ6 - Police Car (LEGO City).
  • PPA72V - Tuk-Tuk Vehicle.
  • 8B3VEQ - Cadillac

Here are the cheat codes for all the weapons, characters, and special spawns.

  • X29VTY - Monster Scientist
  • SKELE+ - Skeletons are more dangerous
  • TJPZLV - Chinese Dog.
  • EF9GJ4 - Egg Blaster Weapon.
  • NA3ZKE - Toy Soldier
  • VN4MHZ - Barbarian.
  • H29V4E - Ultrakatty
  • BR1CK5 - Unlock all Bricks.
  • F1XTRS - Unlock all the Windows & Doors

Here are the cheat codes for special biomes.

  • - -  - Crystal biome.
  • - -  - Candy biome.
  •  - Crystal biome & more.
  • - -  - Crystal biome with a candy land
  • - -  - Chests in mixed biomes.
  • - -  - Very versatile.
  • - -  - Small island.
  • - -  - Candy, farms, shrooms, a fine mix.
  • -  - Space island infested with eagles.
  • - -  - Mountains with climbers.
  • F - You need 50+ gold to enter. It has a golden dragon on a gold cloud.
  •  - Skateboard.
  • TEST - Volcanoes.
  • COOL - Desert & haunted forest.
  • LEGO - Autumn forest island.
  • POP - Canyon.
  • ME - A mix of biomes.
  • STARROCKS - Farm.
  • SKYRIM - Candy land.
  • DERPY HOOVES - Snow & desert with pyramids & sphinx.
  • ESTELLE - Sakura blossom forest.
  • SPACE or  - Haunted forest.
  • EARTHLOL - a small island with a big rock.
  • LAVA HOT - A tiny itty bitty rock island.
  • FIRE AND ICE - A mountain with a big island surrounding it.
  • NINJA - A ninja world.
  •  - A world of ice & fire.

All of these codes are accessible with the most recent patch of the game.

Lego Worlds provides a space for players to be creative and make anything their minds can come up with. Similarly to Minecraft, the limitations are only in the players' minds. The game does a solid job of introducing the building mechanics, especially for younger players. These cheat codes will open up new areas for the mind the flourish in. These sets are actually purchasable in the real world as well. So if the player decides they want to bring their ideas into the real world, they have that option.

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Lego Worlds is available now on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC


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Lego Worlds

Lego-themed sandbox game

video game

Lego Worlds is a Lego-themed sandbox game developed by Traveller's Tales and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The game allows players to build constructions in a 3Dprocedurally generated world. A beta version of the game was released on 1 June on Steam Early Access. It was released on 7 March for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. A version for Nintendo Switch was released on 5 September in North America and 8 September in Europe.


Lego Worlds is a sandbox video game which allows players to build a world made up of Lego bricks.[1][2] The player is rewarded for collecting objects spread across the map with "studs", an in-game currency. The player can build using the items they have encountered. Players can create their own world by using predefined Lego structures or using the "brick-by-brick editor tool". Players' appearances and outfits are customizable in the game. Terrain and environment can be modified via landscaping tools. A variety of vehicles, such as helicopters, and creatures are featured in the game. A multiplayer option and features for world-sharing have been added to the game through later updates.[3]


Prior to the game's official release, it was teased in the back of a Lego set's construction manual.[4] It was formally announced on 1 June with a simultaneous early access release on Steam to allow the gaming community to provide feedback for continual improvements and the integration of additional content over time.[5] The game left early access and Warner Bros released the game for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 8, [6] The Nintendo Switch version was released in September [7]



Reception was generally positive, though players had mixed opinions in some cases. Metacritic gave the Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions a score of 59/,[8] 71/,[9] 66/,[10] and 69/[11] respectively. The game was nominated for "Family Game" at the 14th British Academy Games Awards.[13][14]

Downloadable content[edit]

Two add-ons were released for the game. One, titled the Classic Space Pack, added a new biome, several characters, various creatures, vehicles and 2 brick builds: the Space Scooter Base and the Mineral Detector Base. The second pack, titled the Monsters Pack, added a new biome, a few characters, and three brick builds.


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  2. ^Chalk, Andy (1 June ). "See if you can guess which game Lego Worlds looks like". PC Gamer. Retrieved 1 June
  3. ^Crecente, Brian (1 June ). "Lego takes on Minecraft with Lego Worlds, in early access now". Polygon. Retrieved 1 June
  4. ^Hannley, Steve (27 May ). "'LEGO Worlds' Teased by TT Games and WB Interactive". Hardcore Gamer. Retrieved 2 June
  5. ^Osborn, Alex (1 June ). "Warner Bros. Announces Minecraft Competitor Lego Worlds". IGN. Retrieved 2 June
  6. ^O'Cononr, Alice (8 March ). "Bricking it: LEGO Worlds leaves early access". Rock Paper Shotgun. Retrieved 23 May
  7. ^Newhouse, Alex (27 July ). "Nintendo Switch Version Of Lego Worlds Dated". GameSpot. Retrieved 23 May
  8. ^ ab"LEGO Worlds for Switch Reviews - Metacritic". Metacritic. Retrieved 21 August
  9. ^ ab"LEGO Worlds for PC Reviews - Metacritic". Metacritic. Retrieved 21 August
  10. ^ ab"LEGO Worlds for PlayStation 4 Reviews - Metacritic". Metacritic. Retrieved 21 August
  11. ^ ab"LEGO Worlds for Xbox One Reviews - Metacritic". Metacritic. Retrieved 21 August
  12. ^"LEGO Worlds Review - IGN". IGN. Retrieved 21 August
  13. ^deAlessandri, Marie (15 March ). "Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice at forefront of BAFTA Games Awards nominations". MCV. Retrieved 16 March
  14. ^Makedonski, Brett (12 April ). "BAFTA names What Remains of Edith Finch its best game of ". Destructoid. Retrieved 13 April

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Ninjago City Quarter two.jpg

Ninjago City Quarter Two is a Brick Build freely downloadable from the Builds Showcase in LEGO Worlds.


Ninjago City Quarter Two is an enormous build consisting of a section of road leading to up to half of a bridge over a small river, and three different shop buildings: a two-storey flower shop, a two-storey clothing shop, and a three-storey music shop. Each shop is narrow, and has a cash register and merchandise on the bottom floor, and more merchandise on the remaining floors. The flower shop has stylized flowers on the side and a flower cart out back. The clothing shop has a giant pair of sunglasses on the roof. The music shop has a large radio tower at the top, marked with several Ninjago script characters. There is also a small wooden dock in the river, as well as traditional asian foot bridge.


There are no Creatures or Vehicles spawned with this Brick Build.



Non-unique objects:

  • Bench
  • Fire Hydrant
  • Recycling Bin
  • Yellow Dumpster
  • Lamp Post
  • Red Post Box
  • Single Lantern
  • Flat Pebble Stack
  • Flat Stone Stack
  • Red Stone Pile
  • Flower Cart
  • Bush 2
  • Carrot Plant
  • Small Unpotted Bamboo
  • Small Bamboo Shoot
  • Medium Bamboo Shoot
  • Large Bamboo Shoot
  • Grass Clump 1
  • Grass Tuft 2
  • Lush Plant
  • Wall Ivy 1
  • Wall Ivy 2
  • Bluebell
  • Chrysanthemum
  • Snowdrop
  • Prairie Flower
  • Red Flower
  • Sunflower
  • White Flower
  • Yellow Flower
  • Large Potted Plant
  • Small Potted Plant
  • Single Wheat Plant
  • Barley
  • Vine
  • Drooping Plant
  • Office Plant
  • Purple Bulb Plant
  • Swamp Plant 1
  • Swamp Plant 3
  • Short Cactus Flower
  • Wild Red Flower
  • Cafe Ceiling Light
  • Shop Checkout
  • Laundrette Sign
  • Laundrette Sign Top
  • Gentleman Mannequin
  • Dojo Painting 1
  • Rooftop Vent Unit
  • Radio Antenna
  • Garage Checkout
  • Rock and Roll Picture
  • Golden Record
  • Gramophone
  • Guitar
  • Double Bass
  • Piano
  • Microphone
  • Studio Speakers
  • Recording Console
  • Marble Urn
  • Drum Kit
  • s Drum Kit
  • Wall Light
  • Quaver
  • Double Quaver
  • Cafe Door
  • Corner Door Black
  • Reddish Brown Door
  • Tiny Brown Window
  • Transparent Door


Ninjago City Quarter Two does not appear to have a corresponding LEGO set, despite the existence of several official LEGO Ninjago City-themed sets.


  • The Ninjago Script on the radio tower can be translated into 'PLAY' on one side and 'WELL' on another (duplicated on the opposite sides). This is a reference to the origin of the name LEGO, from the Danish phrase "leg godt" or "Play Well".
  • The Ninjago City Quarter Two build was first made available in the Build Showcase on 7/11/
  • In the Brick Builds menu, it is labeled as "Showcase Model ()"


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