Lego Marvel Super Heroes Walkthrough

22 October 2013
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Lego Marvel Super Heroes Walkthrough

Bonus Level: The Brick Apple? (on Lady Liberty Island)

Here’s the Bonus Level, which is located on Lady Liberty Island. This is a 1,000,000 stud challenge called “The Brick Apple?”.

How To Unlock The Bonus Level: This challenge will not available until you complete all 15 levels of the game in Story Mode.

How To Complete The Bonus Level: In this mission we get to play as Doctor Doom and Galactus and the goal is simply to collect 1,000,000 worth of studs from destroying stuff. Completing this bonus level unlocks 2 new characters designs: Captain America (Classic) and Union Jack. Sometimes these challenges in the previous LEGO games have been extremely tight in terms of how many studs you can miss. However, this particular challenge is not bad, since you can get 1,000,000 studs and still have plenty left to do.

Deadpool Bonus Mission 1: Tabloid Tidy Up (in the Daily Bugle)

These Deadpool bonus missions open up — in the New York City open world hub — after you have finished the 15 main game Story Levels. They act as funny side-missions, so you get to further explore the game’s overworld.

About Bonus Missions: There are a total of 11 bonus missions that can be found while exploring LEGO New York (overworld). Some of these missions have requirements such as a certain number of gold brick. In these missions you can find Deadpool Red Bricks as well as character tokens and Stan Lee in Peril.

Note: This particular mission has no Gold Brick requirement. Although some of the Deadpool Bonus Missions (that are also hiding the Red Bricks) have a Gold Bricks requirement before you can enter (but the first 4 do not).

This first Bonus Mission that opens up is at the Daily Bugle in New York City. The Bonus Mission (narrated by Deadpool) is called “Tabloid Tidy Up”. — In this extra level we take on the roles of Doctor Octopus and Agent Coulson, as they are put on clean-up duty at the Daily Bugle offices.

True Believer requirement in Bonus Mission 1 is: 25,000 studs.

Troubleshooting: For those of you having trouble putting out the fire, here’s the solution. Keep pushing down the water pump’s lever without breaks! Because if you go and collect the studs, once the lever is pushed down in between the pumping, the game will not check off the fire icon. So consider yourself warned.

Tip: When you take a Bonus/Side Mission, a Deadpool “ghost guide” will lead you (near) to the destination. He will be red colored, as opposed the blue guide you get for main Story Levels. It should be pointed out that you can only track/do one Bonus/Side Mission at a time.

Hint: Help troubled citizens with their problems as you explore New York City to earn rewards!

Note: Finishing this Deadpool Bonus Mission will unlock the “Welcome to Level 7” achievement / trophy.

Deadpool Bonus Mission 2: A Shock Withdrawl (in a Bank)

Next up is the “A Shock Withdrawl” Bonus Mission. Here Iron Man, Spider-Man and Captain America must save a bank from being robbed by Electro and Shocker.

True Believer requirement in Bonus Mission 2 is: 35,000 studs.

Deadpool Bonus Mission 3: House Party Protocol (in Stark Tower)

This is “House Party Protocol”, another Bonus Mission that opens up at Stark Tower. Let’s get this party started!

True Believer requirement in Bonus Mission 3 is: 90,000 studs.

Note: Finishing this Deadpool Bonus Mission will unlock the “Post-Credit Party” achievement / trophy.

Deadpool Bonus Mission 4: Nuff Said (in Marvel Headquarters)

The following Bonus Mission opens up at the Marvel Headquarters. Is this the return of Vulture and… Howard the Duck?

In this “Nuff Said” mission The Vulture and Howard the Duck are holding the Marvel artists hostage inside the Marvel HQ. It’s up to Spider-Man and Mister Fantastic to save the day.

True Believer requirement in Bonus Mission 4 is: 40,000 studs.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes Walkthrough continues on Page 5 with more Deadpool Bonus Missions.


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