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Five Basic Tools in the Game

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To gradually familiarize players over LEGO Worlds’ collection of tools, they are handed down one by one during the tutorial phase of the game (worlds 1 to 3). These tools are individually showcased (as you earn them) in a short introductory video, detailing the tool's features, and handing out examples on how to use and what typical situation it becomes ideal to be used. Upon obtaining each of these tools, you get sequenced with several Quests to actually use them.

Prior to using any of the tools you obtain though, first you’ll have to assign a slot for it in your quick select tool toggle menu. After successfully assigning the slot for the tool/s, just hold the triangle button on your controller to reveal the quick select tool toggle menu, and then use the left jog stick to select the tool you wish to use.

Discovery Tool

While stuck in the Pirate World, the Discovery Tool will be the first tool you will encounter. It will allow you to scan objects of any sort—may it be a four-legged animal or perhaps a hard-to-find Pirate Throne. Once you’ve “discovered” an item with the tool, you may display the item you just discovered by blasting it out from the tool and out into the world.

Landscape Tool

A tool which you will discover while in the Prehistoric Peril World that will be used to dig huge holes and/or build bridges. This tool will allow you to change the size and shapes of an object. It will also allow you to move an object up, down, left, or right—things that’ll make bridges absolutely perfect!

Copy Tool

After the Prehistoric World, the Candy Construction Capers planet will introduce you to the Copy Tool. This tool can scan and record images of large objects, such as towers and even houses.

Paint Tool

A world without color would be dull and boring. And so, while you will be stuck in another world, coloring your surroundings could be one good way to keep yourself busy with painting the world with different colors. The Paint Tool will, of course, allow you to fill your world with a variety of colors.
Aside from that, you can also adjust the size of your coloring “board”, as well as nudge it to the left or to the right.

Build Tool

As this is a LEGO game, building objects with bricks will naturally be part of it. Just like in real life, the Build Tool offers players the chance to come up with anything you’ll need in your quest or perhaps your own “backyard”.

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