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LEGO Dimensions: Mystify Mad Games is a 2020 LEGO sandbox puzzle action-adventure platform collect-a-thon video game created and directed by Trailblazer101 as a follow-up to LEGO Dimensions (2015) and a part of The LEGO Dimensions Marathon Saga. It is a crossover between several different media franchises while excluding the Toys-to-Life aspect of that game in favor of different elements, such as open worlds, puzzles, and collections. The game includes media franchises from various LEGO themes and titles in addition to new and custom franchises that aren't generally plausible to be included in such a game, while the story centers on an original plot . It is set in a possible continuity connected to other LEGO video games, including LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (2013), LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (2014), LEGO Dimensions, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 (2017), and LEGO DC Super-Villains (2018).
Marvel's Midnight Suns has many playable characters, including the likes of Doctor Strange, Wolverine, Captain America, Iron Man, and Ghost Rider all being playable. The player can add more characters to their team, by purchasing the Marvel's Midnight Suns Season Pass, which is detailed on the official Marvel's Midnight Suns website. The game will receive four post-launch DLC packs, which will be all included in the Season Pass, or can be purchased individually once they become available. The Legendary Edition of Marvel's Midnight Suns comes with the Season Pass, however, so players already set on getting the DLC may want to upgrade to save the hassle of a separate purchase.
Infantry pawns move identically to pawns in modern chess. They may move one square forwards and capture one square diagonally forwards. The first time they move in a game, they may also choose to move two squares forwards. Upon reaching the end the opponent's side of the board, they may promote themselves, that is, transform themselves into a knight, bishop, king, or queen. A rook may not be chosen because a rook is not a playing piece in Level 157, instead comprising the castles where the other pieces live. Upon the end of each chess match, infantry pawns that promote during the game are transformed back into their previous form.
Knight riders are the second most common entity residing in Level 157, though they are much less common than infantry pawns. They resemble a modern chess knight. One peculiar thing about knight riders is that despite being called knights, it is the horse that is sentient, with no human riding atop it to be found. Instead, the horses themselves are considered both the knights and the riders. Knight riders are named similarly to pawns, except they are numbered based on order of acquisition and not according to their starting square, as that is variable and up to the player to decide each game.
In the peacetime between games, knight riders act as supervisors over the many infantry pawns that inhabit the kingdoms. A knight rider will be in charge of an average of around four infantry pawns, ensuring that they are assigned jobs and complete them on time. Knight riders also serve as emergency bodyguards of the king strategist, as there are multiple recorded instances of queen assassins attempting to assassinate king strategists of opposing kingdoms.
Bishop runners are the third most common entity residing in Level 157, only slightly less common than knight riders. Bishop runners resemble the modern bishop. Other than the queen assassin, the bishop runner is considered the fastest and most nimble of the Pieces. Therefore, bishop runners are the couriers and messengers of the kingdoms. Bishop runners are named using identical naming customs as the knight riders, with names such as \"Bishop Eighty-Two Triangle\" and \"Bishop Four Wallenheim\". Like knight riders, bishop runners will change their name according to their place in their new kingdom after being defeated in chess games.
Dimensions' first year of releases included popular franchises as diverse as Doctor Who, Portal, Scooby-Doo and Lord of the Rings. Many packs sold out, and were frequently out of stock. But other themes such as Ninjago, The Lego Movie, and DC Comics were over-represented with figurine packs which offered little in-game incentive to buy them all.
Dimensions' second year attempted to fix this by offering an even wider range of franchises with a smaller number of sets for each. Collectors who wanted to access all areas of the Dimensions game had a larger selection of themes to buy and explore, with a noticeable slant to packs themed around older franchises for the more adult crowd. Year Two included 1980s franchises such as ET, The A-Team, The Goonies, Gremlins, Beetlejuice and Knight Rider, paired up with crowd-pleasers such as Sonic, Harry Potter and Adventure Time. 1e1e36bf2d