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5777 LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge is the Nintendo Game Boy Advance version of LEGO Island 2.
The Game Boy Advance version is a mix of the PC/PlayStation and Game Boy Color versions of the game. Like the PC and PlayStation versions, there are many sub-games to play and vehicles to ride. However, the Toy feature is limited to plants only. There are also many elements from the Game Boy Color version, such as Trading Cards to find, side quests, and a heavy emphasis on items, which Pepper stores in his backpack. The game is much more open and less linear, usually giving the player more than one goal at a time. Pepper's movement is limited to paths, similar to the original LEGO Island, making it impossible to see every area of LEGO Island in-game.
The game opens with the Infomaniac and Nick Brick on the TV news station, talking about the Brickster's recent escape and the theft and destruction of the Constructopedia. Later, the Infomaniac meets Pepper outside the location of his former house. The Infomaniac gives Pepper the Construcopedia page for his house, which Bill Ding uses to re-build it. From there, the player is free to explore the island, complete minigames, and find items for people. Eventually the player is able to take a ferry to Castle Island after getting a ticket from another character, and go to Adventurer's Island by talking to Johnny Thunder at the Res-Q Center. Once all the Constructopedia pages have been found and the island rebuilt, Pepper has to go to Ogel Island and battle the Brickster. After the Brickster has been defeated, the game ends with the Infomaniac giving a news report on the Brickster's capture.
- The full map was once uploaded to Flickr by developer Dean Roskell, but for unknown reasons, the original post has since been removed. In the description/comments, he said that despite the limitations on where Pepper could walk, the developers decided to create a full map just for their own enjoyment, including secrets mostly left off-screen such as giant paw prints and a "magic stone circle".
- At one point in the Game Boy Advance version, the Brickster says "All your bricks belong to us", a reference to a famous Internet meme based on one of the lines from the opening cutscene, "All your base are belong to us" in the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive game, "Zero Wing".
- The drum playing sub-game at Achu's camp, which made it into the GBA release, was removed from the PC and PS1 releases due to time constraints.