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Single player, multi-player
LEGO Battles is a LEGO Video Game for the Nintendo DS released on June 9, 2009 in North America, and June 26 in the PAL region. It is a real-time strategy game, featuring six unique factions: Knights, Skeletons, Pirates, Imperial Soldiers, Astronauts and Aliens.
- Captain Brickbeard
- Lady Pirate
- King Kahuka
- Monkey (unbuildable)
- Shark (unbuildable)
- Barracuda (based on 6274 Caribbean Clipper and 6243 Brickbeard's Bounty)
- Brickbeard's Bounty (based on 6243 Brickbeard's Bounty)
- Transport Ship (based on 6274 Caribbean Clipper and 6243 Brickbeard's Bounty)
- Tiki Golem
- Claw Tank
- Starfighter (based on 7647 MX-41 Switch Fighter and 7699 MT-101 Armoured Drilling Unit)
- Starship 1
- Transport Ship
- Space Police Cruiser
- Governor Broadside (using Governor Tierney's minifigure)
- Camilla (using Admiral's Daughter's minifigure)
- Ninja Master
- Battleship (based on 6274 Caribbean Clipper and 6243 Brickbeard's Bounty)
- Flagship (based on 6274 Caribbean Clipper)
- Transport Ship (based on 6274 Caribbean Clipper)
- Ninja Flying Ship
- Alien Commander
- Alien Queen
- Laser Trooper
- Grav Runner
- Space Criminal Leader
- Space Criminal
The following characters are unlocked by collecting all the minikits in a story:
- Forestman for King.
- Sheriff for Pirate.
- Classic Space for Earth.
- Ghost for Wizard.
- Conquistador for Imperial.
- Agent Chase for Alien.
- Santa is unlocked by playing the game on Christmas Day.
The following characters only appear as cameos in cutscenes and do not appear as playable units in gameplay.
- Highlander in King Act 3.
- Black Jack Hawkins in Pirates Act 1.
- George in Pirates Act 1.
- Pirate Skeleton in Pirates Act 1.
- Commander Cold in Earth Act 1 and Earth Act 3.
- Blacktron Future Generation Astronaut Skeleton in Earth Act 1.
- White Ninja in Imperial Act 2.
- In Germany, 4850307 LEGO Battles was released as 4580306 LEGO Strategie (engl.: "LEGO Strategy")
- LEGO Battles marks the first appearance of an Agents character, Agent Chase, in an official LEGO video game.
- The Alien army is supplemented with Exo-Force elements, with the Builder, Laser Trooper, and Grav Runner being derived from 8112 Battle Arachnoid.
- LEGO Space: The Videogame and LEGO Castle: The Videogame were advertised on the boxes of 2009 Space Police III and Castle sets. The games were ultimately merged into LEGO Battles.
- A skull can be found in each Pirate cutscene if one looks closely.
- The King Final cutscene is a parody of the award ceremony from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, likely referencing TT Games' previous work on LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy.