<p>To further push the already impressive marketing for The Lego Batman Movie, Warner has decided to put some LEGO games on sale. They are all either directly LEGO Batman games or games tied to the LEGO Movie franchise. The sale seems to be iOS-only for now.</p><p>Without further ado, here's the list of titles that are on sale with a link to our articles and reviews:</p><p>LEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham (Was $4.99 is $0.99, on sale for the first time ever)</p><p>LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes (Was $4.99 is $0.99)LEGO The Lord of the Rings (Was $4.99 is $0.99)</p><p>The LEGO Movie Video Game (Was $4.99 is $0.99)</p><p>Warner Bros also announced that it bought Plademic yesterday to focus on mobile LEGO games. So look forward to more of those in the near future.</p>Source
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3、<p>Is it me, or are there a lot of board games about trains? I mean, trains are pretty cool, but it does strike me that there are cooler things to turn into card-and-chit based experiences. Maybe I'm wrong. I'm wrong about a lot of things.</p><p>Anyway, you can add Metro - The Board Game to the increasingly long line of train-based board games available for mobile.</p><p>The game is set in Paris in 1900, and sees players competing to build the longest metro line.</p><p>There's more to it than that, like there always is in board games. You're building your line on an intricate grid, and the other players are inevitably trying to stop you.</p>All change<p>You've got AI to compete against in single player, and you can play online against your friends as well. So basically that's everything you want from a board game, pretty much.</p><p>If any of this has tickled your fancy, you can grab Metro - The Board Game from the App Store by clicking here, and from the Google Play Store by clicking here.</p><p>And if you're interested in board games, why not check out our list of mobile games we'd love to see getting the physical treatment. Flip reverse.</p>