In LEGO Brickheadz you can construct new LEGO characters and items by determining their play functionality from a magic book. There many levels, and for each one you need to figure out how the LEGO character and items should interact with each other to unlock the next level.
You make the LEGO Brickheadz character come to life by just dragging them from the book, using the Daydream controller, onto the table in front of you and play with them to produce that desired interaction. It's kind of a puzzle game with adorable and funny LEGO characters.
It's so great to see how those characters come to life when you drag from the book onto the table. Players will need to figure out the right interaction and watch those playful characters response to player's interaction.
As you progress, you'll be able to customize the character looks by changing their clothing items, colors, and even their face expressions. Now you customized character will be the one to continue the adventure with you. Some of the customizations need to adjust according to the magic book in order to proceed to the next level. Some of the interactions include building a character using LEGO parts from start to finish on a rotating platform.
The great thing about this game is that the controller interaction is really super simple and intuitive. It's certainly a game that will appeal to kids and LEGO fans, but keep in mind that Daydream View headset shouldn't be used by children under the age of 13 and it was designed as a seated experience.
The whole experience is designed to be very comfortable. There is no movement. The game does follow your head rotation and the controller movement, but other than that, it poses just a simple comfortable view of a person sitting in front of a table in his room playing LEGO .
As of the time of writing, the game is shown as 'unreleased' (beta) on the Google Play store, but you can download it free and check it out. Also keep in mind that the game is only playable with Google Daydream, not with Google Cardboard.
Really cool and enjoyable little game that you definitely should check out, even if you haven't played LEGO games before.
Image credit: LEGO System A/S