Warner Bros and The LEGO Group have released The LEGO Movie Videogame, coinciding with the launch of the cinematic juggernaut, The LEGO Movie last weekend.
And for the first time ever in a LEGO game, all the in-game environments are constructed entirely of Digital LEGO bricks.
Published by TT Games, the game is available in retailers now for Xbox One, XBox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, Playstation Vita, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and Windows PC.
Based on the new film from Warner Bros Pictures, Village Pictures and LEGO, the game takes players on an adventure through various LEGO worlds, including Bricksburg, Cloud Cuckoo Land and the Wild West of Flatbush Gulch.
"We challenged ourselves to introduce a new element never-before-seen in any LEGO game that did that with environments made entirely out of LEGO bricks, giving players more authentic opportunities to interact with the world around them," said Tom Stone, managing director, TT Games Publishing.
"This is a chance for every LEGO builder to collect LEGO instruction pages and harness the powers of master builders."
Players take on the role of the film's protagonist, Emmet as he teams with more than 90 characters from the LEGO world including Vitruvius, Wyldstyle, Batman and Lord Business.
The LEGO Movie Videogame is aimed at kids aged ten and over and retails between $29.99 and $59.99.
Both the game, and the film, land in the UK on Friday.