"How good would it be if you could play with Lego wherever you are, without having to carry around the little bricks? That dream is now a reality thanks to the new iPhone app Bricasso." - Gizmodo, December 2010
"I had strong doubts about how well this could actually work, but I couldn't have been more wrong. The interface and controls are simply flawless. If the idea of having the chance to play with lego-like building blocks on your iDevice holds any appeal at all, don't hesitate for a second to pick this up." - Gabrien, TouchArcade
Featuring a beautifully intuitive interface that really captures the feel of building with toy bricks, you'll be letting your imagination run wild in seconds. There's no complicated controls or cameras to get the hang of, just a simple drag and drop interface that perfectly recreates the feeling of building the real thing.
If you like the sound of a portable box of bricks that you can build with anywhere, anytime, then what are you waiting for - get Bricasso!
One of the most intuitive interfaces ever seen for building with virtual bricks.
Nine colourful background scenes to inspire you.
Dozens of authentic colours to choose from.
Dozens of brick types to play with; bricks, plates, wheels, cylinders, slopes and tiles are all here!
In game tutorial explaining everything you need to know about Bricasso in a few simple lines.
Share your creations with others using the easy-to-use screenshot option.
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
* Please note that any saved models are not compatible with the new version of Bricasso!
* Added support for iOS 8
* Added a zoom feature when placing small pieces.
* Improved loading and saving system - you can save as many models as your device allows!
* Improved wheel/axle pieces.
* Added an undo button.
Ratings and Reviews
Was it worth the money?
I think it was not worth the money because Bricasso 2 is free and has much more variety of colors .Bricasso 1 is 1.00 and has less colors to pick from. But I think it is a great game which deserves some respect.
In the future I would like them to add
-a infinite world which you could build on
-a page were you can view other people’s builds
-a bigger variety of colors and blocks to use
Broken on my 6s
I love this app. I use it for “prototyping” smaller Lego builds and components for my larger creations. Works perfectly fine on my iPad (latest gen) and on my old phone. However, on the 6s I am currently using, the menu accessed by the gear button is not working properly at all. The only pop up option that comes up is “c...” and tapping it just dismissed the menu. Also, the photo export button evokes the same “c...” menu and the sharing options don’t appear at the top of the screen although the text and menu outline is there. I perfectly understand if you don’t fix this issue as you’ve already moved on to Bricasso 2 (considering purchase) but it’s annoying all the same.
Great game, but needs some work
This is a awesome game and is awesome to play but I feel like it could be improved, possibly add presets to build off of, make it easier to control the blocks, but other than that, it’s a great game
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- Wade Perry
- 34.3 MB
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 7.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2010 Lemur Software
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.