Kids’ GPS game brings new fun adventures to Legoland Resort

by Brittani Tuttle
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“Quest to Legoland” is available for free download from the App Store and Google Play.

The drive to your favorite theme parks aren’t always the most fun or entertaining, but now Legoland Florida Resort has turned that experience into an all-new adventure with their new app-based game.

Using GPS technology, Google Maps data, and your favorite Lego characters, kids can now play a Lego-themed game on the road to Legoland Florida Resort as you drive.

The game, called “Quest to Legoland,” can be downloaded for free from the App Store and Google Play to your smart phone or tablet, and is designed for kids ages 6 to 12.

Players can choose from different adventure themes, like beach, kingdom, adventure, or pirate, and follow a Lego Minifigure themed to their choice to the resort. Each themed map is displayed in real-time and updated through Google Maps technology and data.

To make the drive a bit more exciting, players can unlock different aspects of the game as they play, such as themed missions, trivia questions, car games, and learn about different landmarks around them as they pass by them on the drive. Landmarks in the game include National Historic Places, National Parks, National Natural Landmarks, mountains, bodies of water, and more.

There are 40 games available to play on the app, as well as thousands of map landmarks and trivia questions. Each gaming experience is unique to the route that you take to the Legoland Florida Resort. The “Quest to Legoland” game is just another new way that kids and families can become immersed in the fun and imagination of Legoland Florida Resort – this time, from the moment they get into the car.

“Quest to Legoland” is available for free download on the iPhone/iPad App Store and Google Play. For more information, visit Legoland.com/Florida. For more information on the game, check out the video below:


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