Overview:
- Estimated achievement difficulty: 2/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 3 [65gs.png] [“Create”/”Customize” achievements]
- Offline or Online: 9 [485gs.png] [“Play”/”Top Brawler”/”Win” achievements]
- Online: 6 [450gs.png] [“Master” achievements]
- Approximate amount of time to 1000gs.png: 8-10 hours [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: Many
- Missable achievements: No
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No
- Achievement tracking: Yes
- Extra equipment needed: Second controller is optional but recommended [for 9 achievements if you choose to play locally]
 
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Introduction:
LEGO Brawls is the first team action brawler set in the LEGO universe; a light-hearted, casual-competitive brawler the whole family can enjoy! Build your own minifigure hero and brawl to the top in this multiplayer, brick-bashing platformer inspired by iconic LEGO sets and themes! Battle solo or with family and friends! Collect minifigures and power-ups, combine them to create your ultimate brawler, and climb to the top of the global leaderboard.” - bandainamcoent.com

Note: The introductory/tutorial match when you start the game for the first time does not count towards any achievements.

Originally released for mobile devices through the Apple Arcade in 2019, this game is not much more than a port of the original game. Similar to games such as Super Smash Bros., Brawlhalla and MultiVersus, it is your most basic of platform fighters. The gameplay is simplistic yet somewhat chaotic and doesn’t require any real skill; you can just pick it up and play. The game also offers a number of LEGO-licensed themes and various game modes for you to enjoy.

Note that cross play between all platforms is enabled and cannot be turned off, so when you play online, you’ll be playing against people that are on Xbox One and Series X|S, Windows 10, PlayStation 4 and 5, Nintendo Switch, as well as mobile devices.

Step 1 - Create and Customize Brawler/Loadout:
There are three achievements we can get out of the way immediately, and that is for customizing a brawler, customizing a loadout, and creating three custom brawlers. Refer to Fashionista (20G), Mechanic (20G), and Custom Built (25G) below for simple and quick solutions.

Step 2 - Brawl/Party/Top Brawler:
Each brawler, while you can change their appearance, has the exact same melee abilities, so there is no advantage between players. Only by picking up a Powerup can you perform a special attack, but they don’t last very long. Thus, playing Brawl mode may not be ideal for unlocking the ‘Top Brawler’ and ‘Win 5 Consecutive Matches’ achievements.

While you will be playing a lot of Brawl matches to master the six champions, there is a guaranteed way to unlock the ‘Play’, ‘Top Brawler’, and ‘Win’ achievements quickly, which is outlined in Winning Streak (100G). If you follow that process, you will unlock all 9 of those achievements in about 30 minutes.

Step 3 - Master Champion:
This is where you will be spending the bulk of your time. You will be playing a lot of Brawl matches with the goal of mastering three abilities (special attacks) for each of the six unlocked champions.

After you unlock a champion, select it for each match you play. During the match, locate and break the square Powerup brick for a random special attack. If you are lucky enough to get one of the three needed for your champion, using it and inflicting damage towards enemy brawlers will count towards mastering it. Each champion will take an hour or so to master depending on your playstyle, so for more detailed information, refer to NRG Nya (75G).

Conclusion:
Don’t get me wrong, LEGO Brawls is an enjoyable game, but since it is clearly a mobile port, it lacks content. The developer and publisher put no extra effort into making the game better by incorporating more content and better functionality for consoles, and charging $40 USD for it is almost laughable. But, it is what it is.

Since every brawler is identical, there is no clear point in ranking up other than obtaining a shiny new medal (which also serves no purpose). There is no icon identification on the results or creation screens, and when a match is chosen, it doesn’t clearly tell you what you are playing (Control Point, Brawl Royale, Collect Mode). Also, the achievement list seems somewhat uninspired; there is nothing for 100% completing a theme or multiple themes, unlocking some or all featured champions, or winning a certain number of specific game modes. Other than grinding to master all the champions, there really isn’t any reason to play beyond earning all the achievements.

Despite these flaws, LEGO Brawls is a decent game, albeit somewhat bare. Hopefully, in time, the developer will add more content, themes, and minifigs to unlock to entice players to keep returning to this game.
 
[XBA would like to thank bLaKgRaVy for this Roadmap]
 

LEGO Brawls Achievement Guide

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There are 18 achievements with a total of 1000 points

  • Play your first Brawl

    *ONLINE OPTIONAL*

    From the main menu, select ‘Brawl’. In this mode, you will be playing online against 7 other people in a variety of game modes. Play the match and no matter the outcome, the achievement will unlock at the end.

    Refer to Winning Streak (100G) for more information about earning this and other achievements with minimal effort.
  • Customize your first Brawler

    This can be done after the introductory/tutorial match or at any time from the main menu.

    From the main menu, select ‘Brawlers’. On the next screen, select a brawler and press button-x.png to edit and a new screen will open up. In the first column, there are two icons; brawler’s appearance (minifig) and their abilities (club). In the second column, there are six selections for appearance and five selections for abilities.

    To customize your brawler, select the first (minifig) icon then move over to the second column. Change any part you like (headwear, head, outfit, torso, hips, legs) and once you press button-a.png on a part other than what your brawler already has equipped, the achievement will unlock.
  • Play your first game in Party Mode

    *ONLINE OPTIONAL*

    From the main menu, select ‘Party’. On the next screen, you have the option to play online against 7 other people or to play locally (offline) with multiple controllers. Regardless of which type of match you select, play the match and no matter the outcome, the achievement will unlock at the end.

    Refer to Winning Streak (100G) for more information about earning this and other achievements with minimal effort.
  • Be named Top Brawler

    *ONLINE OPTIONAL*

    From the main menu, select ‘Brawl’. In this mode, you will be playing online against 7 other people in a variety of game modes. Play the match and if you score better than everyone else in the match, the achievement will unlock at the end.

    Since you will be playing against real people, it may take some time to be the Top Brawler. For guaranteed Top Brawler, refer to Winning Streak (100G) for more information about earning this and other achievements with minimal effort.
  • Customize your Loadout

    This can be done after the introductory/tutorial match or at any time from the main menu.

    From the main menu, select ‘Brawlers’. On the next screen, select a brawler and press button-x.png to edit and a new screen will open up. In the first column, there are two icons; brawler’s appearance (minifig) and their abilities (club). In the second column, there are six selections for appearance and five selections for abilities.

    To customize your loadout, select the second (club) icon then move over to the second column. Change any ability you like (melee weapon, light Powerup, medium Powerup, heavy Powerup, victory emote) and once you press button-a.png on an ability other than what your brawler already has equipped, the achievement will unlock.
  • Play 5 games in Party Mode

    *ONLINE OPTIONAL*

    After unlocking Party Goer (20G), play four more games in ‘Party’ mode to unlock this achievement.

    Refer to Winning Streak (100G) for more information about earning this and other achievements with minimal effort.
  • Play 5 Brawls

    *ONLINE OPTIONAL*

    From the main menu, select ‘Brawl’. In this mode, you will be playing online against 7 other people in a variety of game modes. Play the match; win, lose or draw. After playing five Brawl matches, the achievement will unlock.

    Refer to Winning Streak (100G) for more information about earning this and other achievements with minimal effort.
  • Play 20 Brawls

    *ONLINE OPTIONAL*

    From the main menu, select ‘Brawl’. In this mode, you will be playing online against 7 other people in a variety of game modes. Play the match; win, lose or draw. After playing 20 Brawl matches, the achievement will unlock.

    Refer to Winning Streak (100G) for more information about earning this and other achievements with minimal effort.
  • Be named Top Brawler 5 times

    *ONLINE OPTIONAL*

    From the main menu, select ‘Brawl’. In this mode, you will be playing online against 7 other people in a variety of game modes. Play the match and if you score better than everyone else in the match, you will be named Top Brawler. Do this four more times (wins do not have to be consecutive) to unlock this achievement.

    Since you will be playing against real people, it may take some time to be the Top Brawler once, let alone five times. For guaranteed Top Brawler, refer to Winning Streak (100G) for more information about earning this and other achievements with minimal effort.
  • Be named Top Brawler 20 times

    *ONLINE OPTIONAL*

    From the main menu, select ‘Brawl’. In this mode, you will be playing online against 7 other people in a variety of game modes. Play the match and if you score better than everyone else in the match, you will be named Top Brawler. Do this 19 more times (wins do not have to be consecutive) to unlock this achievement.

    Since you will be playing against real people, it may take some time to be the Top Brawler once, let alone 20 times. For guaranteed Top Brawler, refer to Winning Streak (100G) for more information about earning this and other achievements with minimal effort.
  • Create 3 custom brawlers

    This can be done after the introductory/tutorial match or at any time from the main menu.

    From the main menu, select ‘Brawlers’. On the next screen, to the right of your already-created brawler will be an icon that says ‘2+’ and a clear LEGO stand. Press button-a.png on that and a new screen will open up.

    On this brawler creation screen, you can change any aspect of your brawler’s appearance and/or abilities. When you are done, navigate to the check mark box at the bottom left and press button-a.png to save your brawler. Repeat this process to create a third custom brawler and the achievement will unlock after it is saved.
  • Master the Cowgirl Champion

    *ONLINE REQUIRED*

    To master Cowgirl, you need to completely fill the meter bar for each of these Powerups: Lasso, Cactus Shooter and Bronco Buster.
     
     
     

    Refer to NRG Nya (75G) for more information.
  • Master the Janitor Champion

    *ONLINE REQUIRED*

    To master Janitor, you need to completely fill the meter bar for each of these Powerups: Trash Can, Leaf Blower and Scrub-O-Matic 3000.
     

    Refer to NRG Nya (75G) for more information.
  • Master the Owen Grady Champion

    *ONLINE REQUIRED*

    To master Owen Grady, you need to completely fill the meter bar for each of these Powerups: Tranquilizer Gun, Owen’s Motorcycle and Blue.
     

    Refer to NRG Nya (75G) for more information.
  • Master the Mummy Queen Champion

    *ONLINE REQUIRED*

    To master Mummy Queen, you need to completely fill the meter bar for each of these Powerups: Scorpion, Mummy Snake Car and Pharaoh’s Tomb.
     

    Refer to NRG Nya (75G) for more information.
  • Master the Punk Pirate Champion

    *ONLINE REQUIRED*

    To master Punk Pirate, you need to completely fill the meter bar for each of these Powerups: Soothing Saxophone, Spin Doctor and Power Chord.
     

    Refer to NRG Nya (75G) for more information.
  • Master the NRG Nya Champion

    *ONLINE REQUIRED*

    To master NRG Nya, you need to completely fill the meter bar for each of these Powerups: Water Ninja, Water Dragon and Master of Water.
     

    Note: The six champions are randomly unlocked after playing a certain number of Brawl matches. Mastering is the same process for all of them. The only way to progress them is to play online Brawl or Party Versus (Free-For-Brawl) matches.

    Themes
    After playing a couple of Brawl matches, you are introduced to Themes. Themes are like Battle Passes in other games; items are unlocked at certain intervals as you earn XP through the pass. In LEGO Brawls, studs are earned instead of XP, but it works almost the same. After every match, you earn studs depending on how well you did, and those studs are used to progress the theme’s bar. As you progress, you unlock parts related to the theme you’ve chosen that can be used to customize your brawler.

    Themes aren’t directly tied to unlocking or mastering champions necessary for the achievements, but it is a natural progression of Brawl mode so it is worth mentioning here. Note that you can change your theme at any time.

    Playing Brawl Mode
    After playing 10 Brawl matches (no matter the outcome), your first champion is unlocked, which is randomly selected. There is a short video introduction before being available to select in Brawl matches. Make sure this champion is selected in the lobby before the match starts.

    Note: You can only have one champion unlocked at any given time. New champions don’t unlock until you master the one that is currently available.

    Each brawler and champion has three Powerups available to them. You can customize created brawlers with different Powerups, but a champion’s Powerups are assigned and cannot be changed. Powerups are acquired in Brawl matches by breaking a special glowing cube brick. These bricks respawn after 20-30 seconds and it is completely random which Powerup you find.
     

    In the lower right of the screen, it shows you which Powerups you have, if any. To use one, press the corresponding button (button-b.png or button-y.png) to activate it then keep pressing button-x.png to use it. Powerups don’t last long so make sure you are close to enemies before using them.

    To master a champion, you need to fill a meter bar for each of the three Powerups. Each meter is 0 to 100, and it fills up based on the damage you inflict with each the Powerup during the match. At the end of a match, results are shown onscreen showing how far you’ve progressed in each Powerup. As noted above, the Powerups you find are random and sometimes you will find one that isn’t one of the three.

    The match type I have found to be most beneficial for mastering is Control Point (the flag icon). In it, players are mostly concentrating on playing the objective and keeping the control point for their team which makes more Powerups available to use. If you play any of the solo modes (Collect Mode or Brawl Royale, for example), your opportunities to acquire Powerups is naturally diminished. In the pre-game lobby, you can vote on which type of match you want to play. Each vote is represented by a white dot in one of the five available match types. If you see that it might be a solo match, you can back out of the lobby (button-b.png) before the countdown reaches 0 (zero) and try again. Again, this is from personal experience so yours may vary. Note that the Powerup bricks are not featured in Free-For-Brawl matches; they are replaced by predetermined pickups.

    Once you’ve completely filled each meter bar, the achievement for the current champion will unlock. To unlock the next random champion, play one or two more Brawl matches then repeat the process for them. Mastering a champion takes about an hour or so of continuous play, more if you are unlucky with Powerup RNG.
 

Secret achievements

  • Win 5 consecutive Brawl matches

    *ONLINE OPTIONAL*

    You can try your luck playing online against 7 other people with hopes of winning five times in a row or you can play locally (offline) with multiple controllers for guaranteed wins. This solution is for playing locally with one extra controller which will unlock 9 achievements in about 25-30 minutes.

    From the main menu, select ‘Party’ then select ‘Local’ (Free-For-Brawl). On the next screen, it will show your brawler on the brawler select screen. Connect a second controller and when prompted press lb.png+rb.png to add another brawler to the match. You can change brawlers by pressing lt.png or rt.png. When both are in the game, press button-a.png on both controllers then press button-a.png on either one to start the match.

    The next screen will be your match options. Change them to the following:
     
    • No AI Players
    • 1 Lives
    • Free-For-Brawl (this mode is set but you can change the theme)
    • Start the Brawl
    Now, just idle the second controller and use the first controller to defeat them. It should only take 15-20 seconds. When the match is over, after the results screen, it will return to the brawler select screen. Ready up both controllers, select your options and repeat four more times for this achievement.

    Repeating this a total of 20 times will also unlock these 8 other achievements:
     

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