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Lego Batman makes its way to Mac


Batman and Robin strike a pose.

Lego Batman: The Videogame will be making its debut on Mac April 9th, 2009 according to Feral Interactive.

Developed by TT Games, the Lego world wraps its little claw around the DC universe, specifically Gotham City and all of its residents.  Players start off as Batman and Robin hot on the trails of Gotham's worst.  Just like the past Lego games, many characters will become unlocked as the game progresses.  The cooler aspect is taking on the good guys as Joker, Two-Face, Harley Quinn, and Co.  Playing as villains will also help unlock many parts of the game.

"LEGO BATMAN is a brilliantly realized game, an instant classic that we are sure will have a very warm reception on the Mac” said Feral Interactive’s David Stephen.

“We are thrilled with the playability and quality of the LEGO BATMAN game when it was released on other platforms, and we are delighted to be working with Feral again to bring it to life on the Mac,” said Garry Edwards, Business Development Director of TT Games.

The game will retail in North America for US $39.95, £29.95 (inc VAT) in the UK and €39.95 (inc VAT) throughout Europe. It is currently available to pre-order from Feral's online store.

The Lego formula has continued to find success.  They have done to Batman what they have to Star Wars and Indiana Jones.  Adding the comical aspect to these games have made it enjoyable for gamers of all age.  Now Mac owners will be able to get their turn at Lego's latest creation.

Information was provided by Feral Interactive


  • Sinjin 5 years ago

    Just more proof once again that the current macs are a great gaming platform. Now if they could just work on some simultaneous releases, like they used to, it would be perfect.