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LEGO Harry Potter: Collection

The LEGO Harry Potter: Collection is a wonderful opportunity to experience these magical LEGO adventures inspired by such beloved characters and iconic locations. Through this compilation, players young and old can embark on a light-hearted, humorous and interactive journey through all of the Harry Potter books and films, sure to delight fans and newcomers alike.

In 2016, Traveller’s Tales Games released LEGO Harry Potter: Collection, exclusive to the PlayStation 4 console. This collection remasters and pairs together LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1–4 and LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5–7 all onto one disc. In addition, the collection includes two downloadable content packs that allow players access to ten extra characters and five additional spells.

DLC Characters
  • Gilderoy Lockhart (Straightjacket)
  • Godric Gryffindor
  • Harry Potter (Yule Ball)
  • Helga Hufflepuff
  • Hermione Granger (Pink Dress)
  • Luna Lovegood (Lion Head)
  • Peeves
  • Ron Weasley (Ghoul)
  • Rowena Ravenclaw
  • Salazar Slytherin
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DLC Spells
  • Cantis jinx (Cantis)
  • Densaugeo hex (Densaugeo)
  • Melofors jinx (Melofors)
  • Tentaclifors jinx (Tentaclifors)
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Reviews
“LEGO Harry Potter Collection” – By Julian De Backer | High-Def Digest | November 9, 2016

“LEGO Harry Potter Collection Review – 10 Points From Gryffindor (PS4)” – By Keri Honea | PlayStationLifeStyle.net | October 24, 2016

“Review: LEGO Harry Potter Collection” – By Brandon Marlow | Push Square | November 1, 2016
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Trailer
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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5–7

The Battle is Building…

In LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5–7, we are giving gamers a truly epic conclusion to the most successful movie franchise in history with delightful gameplay for fans of all ages. We have built upon the first game and are giving fans even more magical abilities, puzzle solving and exploration, in addition to our distinctive brand of hilarious LEGO humor and charm.

In 2011, Traveller’s Tales Games released LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5–7. It covers the storyline of the last four films (last three books) and is available on the Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PSP, DS, PS Vita, and 3DS. A PC version was also produced but was immediately withdrawn due to DRM issues and was reissued on November 28, 2011. The Mac version was released on March 7, 2012. Many events from the books have been changed to accommodate two players as well as for comedic purposes, like its predecessor. You discover and unlock 200 characters, including many new ones that weren’t available in the original. You learn new charms and spells, including Unforgivable Curses, while playing through 24 story events and returning to Hogwarts, where there are 16 different lessons to attend.

The game was well received by critics, praising its funny cut scenes, the use of the film’s score, and how much there is to do after the main adventure is cleared. They also said it is simple enough for anyone to play. IGN gave it an 8/10.

Cheats and Walkthrough   MuggleNet’s Review   MuggleNet’s Interview with Game Director Arthur Parsons

Characters
Note that not all characters are playable across all platforms.

Playable Characters:

  • Aberforth Dumbledore
  • Alastor Moody
  • Albus Dumbledore
  • Antioch Peverell (only in DS version)
  • Antonin Dolohov (not in DS version)
  • Arabella Figg (not in DS version)
  • Argus Filch
  • Arthur Weasley
  • Adrian (only in DS version)
  • Anthony Goldstein (not in DS version)
  • Apolline Delacour (only in DS version)
  • Aurora Sinistra (only in DS version)
  • Bathilda Bagshot, a.k.a. Nagini
  • Bellatrix Lestrange
  • Bill Weasley
  • Blaise Zabini
  • The Bloody Baron
  • Bogrod
  • Cadmus Peverell (only in DS version)
  • Cadmus Peverell’s girlfriend
  • Charity Burbage (not in DS version)
  • Charlie Weasley
  • Cho Chang
  • Mrs. Cole (not in DS version)
  • Cornelius Fudge
  • Cedric Diggory (only in DS version)
  • Dean Thomas
  • Dedalus Diggle (not in DS version)
  • Dennis Creevey (only in DS version)
  • Dirk Cresswell (not in DS version)
  • Dobby
  • Dolores Umbridge
  • Draco Malfoy
  • Dudley Dursley
  • Elphias Doge
  • Emmeline Vance
  • Ernie Prang (not in DS version)
  • Fang (not in DS version)
  • The Fat Friar (not in DS version)
  • The Fat Lady (not in DS version)
  • Fenrir Greyback
  • Filius Flitwick
  • Fleur Delacour
  • Flora Carrow
  • Fred Weasley
  • Garrick Ollivander
  • Gellert Grindelwald
  • George Weasley
  • Ginny Weasley
  • Godric Gryffindor (only in DS version)
  • Gregorovitch
  • Gregory Goyle
  • Griphook
  • Gordon (only in DS version)
  • Gornuk (only in DS version)
  • Hannah Abbott
  • Harry Potter
  • Helena Ravenclaw
  • Helga Hufflepuff (only in DS version)
  • Hermione Granger
  • Hestia Carrow
  • Horace Slughorn
  • Ignotus Peverell
  • Igor Karkaroff (only in DS version)
  • Irma Pince
  • James Potter
  • Justin Finch-Fletchley (not in DS version)
  • Katie Bell
  • Kingsley Shacklebolt
  • Kreacher
  • Lavender Brown
  • Lily Potter
  • Lord Voldemort
  • Lucius Malfoy
  • Luna Lovegood
  • Minerva McGonagall
  • Molly Weasley
  • Mundungus Fletcher
  • Marietta Edgecombe (not in DS version)
  • Mary Cattermole (not in DS version)
  • Moaning Myrtle
  • Narcissa Malfoy
  • Nearly Headless Nick (only in DS version)
  • Neville Longbottom
  • Nymphadora Tonks
  • Padma Patil
  • Parvati Patil
  • Peeves (only in DS version)
  • Percy Weasley
  • Peter Pettigrew
  • Pius Thicknesse (not in DS version)
  • Remus Lupin
  • Rolanda Hooch
  • Ron Weasley
  • Madam Rosmerta
  • Rowena Ravenclaw (only in DS version)
  • Romilda Vane (only in DS version)
  • Rubeus Hagrid
  • Salazar Slytherin (only in DS version)
  • Scabior (not in DS version)
  • Seamus Finnigan
  • Severus Snape
  • Sirius Black
  • Sybill Trelawney
  • Thorfinn Rowle (not in DS version)
  • Tom Riddle (only in DS version)
  • Verity (only in DS version)
  • Vincent Crabbe
  • Walburga Black (not in DS version)
  • Wilhelmina Grubbly-Plank (not in DS version)
  • Xenophilius Lovegood
  • Yaxley (not in DS version)
  • Zacharais Smith (not in DS version)

Non-Playable Characters:

  • Albus Severus Potter
  • Alice Longbottom
  • Ariana Dumbledore
  • Astoria Greengrass
  • Colin Creevey
  • “Death”
  • Hugo Weasley
  • James Sirius Potter
  • Lily Luna Potter
  • Pomona Sprout
  • Poppy Pomfrey
  • Rose Weasley
  • Scorpius Malfoy
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Creatures
  • Acromantulas
  • Dementors
  • Dragons
  • Giants
  • Inferi
  • Red caps
  • Werewolves
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Locations
  • Bathilda Bagshot’s home
  • The bell towers
  • The Burrow
  • The central tower
  • The Charms building
  • The clock tower
  • The common room corridor
  • The Death Chamber
  • The Defense Against the Dark Arts professor’s office
  • Department of Mysteries
  • Diagon Alley
  • The exterior walkway
  • Florean Fortescue’s Ice Cream Parlor
  • Gambol and Japes Wizarding Joke Shop
  • Godric’s Hollow Cemetery
  • The Great Hall
  • Greenhouses
  • Grimmauld Place
  • Gringotts Wizarding Bank
  • The Headmaster’s office
  • The Hog’s Head Inn
  • Hogsmeade Station
  • The hospital tower
  • King’s Cross Station
  • The Leaky Cauldron
  • The Lestranges’ vault
  • London
  • The Lovegood house
  • The Magical Menagerie
  • Magnolia Crescent
  • The Ministry of Magic
  • Mr. Mulpepper’s Apothecary
  • Ottery St. Catchpole
  • Privet Drive
  • The quad
  • The River Thames
  • The Room of Requirement
  • The Three Broomsticks Inn
  • The training grounds tower
  • The tunnel between Magnolia Crescent and Little Whinging
  • The viaduct
  • The viaduct entrance
  • Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes
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Potions
  • Felix Felicis
  • Draught of Living Death
  • Invisibility Potion
  • Love potion
  • Polyjuice Potion
  • Strength Potion
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Spells
  • Anteoculatia hex (Anteoculatia)
  • Blasting Curse (Confringo)
  • Color Change Charm (Colovaria)
  • Confundus Charm (Confundo)
  • Cruciatus Curse (Crucio)
  • Dancing Feet Spell (Tarantallegra)
  • Disarming Charm (Expelliarmus)
  • Engorgio Skullus hex (Engorgio Skullus)
  • Freezing Charm (Immobulus)
  • Freezing Spell (Glacius)
  • Hair Loss Curse (Calvorio)
  • Head Shrink Spell (Redactum Skullus)
  • Herbifors spell (Herbifors)
  • Imperius Curse (Imperio)
  • Incarcerous spell (Incarcerous)
  • Insect Jinx (Entomorphis)
  • Killing Curse (Avada Kedavra)
  • Knockback Jinx (Flipendo)
  • Leg-Locker Curse (Locomotor Mortis)
  • Legilimency Spell (Legilimens)
  • Levicorpus jinx (Levicorpus)
  • Levitation Charm (Wingardium Leviosa)
  • Patronus Charm (Expecto Patronum)
  • Reductor Curse (Reducto)
  • Severing Charm (Diffindo)
  • Shield Charm (Protego)
  • Slug-Vomiting Charm (Slugulus Eructo)
  • Stunning Spell (Stupefy)
  • Summoning Charm (Accio)
  • Tickling Charm (Rictusempra)
  • Transfiguration Spell (incantation unknown)
  • Trip Jinx (incantation unknown)
  • Wand-Lighting Charm (Lumos)
  • Water-Making Spell (Aguamenti)
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Trivia
  • Hogwarts Castle appears in its destroyed form as it does in Deathly Hallows – Part 2.
  • Only the Gryffindor common room and Gryffindor boys’ dormitory can be accessed while the player can only go as far as the entrances to the others.
  • In Borgin and Burkes, the player can enter the Vanishing Cabinet and appear in Hogwarts, just outside the Room of Requirement. However, the Room itself cannot be entered, and thus it is not possible to return to Borgin and Burkes this way.
  • Players can now leave Hogwarts and go to Hogsmeade, Hogsmeade Station, the Hogwarts Express, Platform 9 3/4, the Leaky Cauldron, and Diagon Alley.
  • The Elder Wand’s appearance is updated to reflect the wand in the films. Only characters with the Elder Wand can destroy gold obstacles.
  • Hermione’s bag can be used when placed on pink tiles. She begins by taking out two comically random objects and then throwing what she needs into the air.
  • Ron’s Deluminator replaces his Wand-Lighting Charm.
  • It is impossible for someone to come out of the Veil, but Sirius does to demand his legs back.
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Reviews
“Lego Harry Potter: Years 5–7 Review” – By Laura Parker | GameSpot | November 28, 2011

“Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 – review” – By Neil Davey | The Guardian | November 18, 2011

“LEGO HARRY POTTER YEARS 5 – 7 REVIEW” – By Justin Davis | IGN | November 18, 2011

“Review: LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5–7 (3DS)” – By Zach Kaplan | Nintendo Life | January 13, 2012
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Trailer
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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1–4

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1–4 will give gamers the chance to experience the magic and adventure of Harry Potter in a new and uniquely LEGO way. Playing as Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger, as well as other favourite characters, gamers will have the opportunity to attend lessons, cast spells, mix potions, fly on broomsticks, and complete tasks to earn [H]ouse points. Throughout the game, players will also have the freedom to explore iconic settings from the wizarding world, including Hogwarts [C]astle, Diagon Alley, the Forbidden Forest, and the village of Hogsmeade!

On June 25, 2010, Traveller’s Tales Games released LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1–4. It covers the storyline of the first four films and is available on the Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and iOS. The PlayStation 2 version was planned but was later canceled for unknown reasons. A special collector’s edition version of the game was released that contained a behind-the-scenes look at the game, a free set of avatar clothes and (for Xbox 360) an exclusive set of House crest magnets, and an interview on the making of Deathly Hallows. There are extensive differences between the book/film events and the video game storyline. Almost all of the characters are playable, but there is no talking.

The gameplay is similar to that of other LEGO games, with an emphasis on collecting, exploring, and solving puzzles. Casting spells is an integral part of the gameplay, in addition to potion-making. “Student in Peril” missions are groups of challenges to help a student. The Polyjuice Potion allows players to temporarily change one of the player’s characters into any other mini-figure unlocked. The Leaky Cauldron works as a central hub for purchasing unlockable extras and returning to previous levels. Other unlockable characters are found by picking up their hidden portraits in Hogwarts. Multiplayer mode means that two characters have to be available in each level, therefore changing the plot of the story several times. For example, Hermione joins Harry during the first task of the Triwizard Tournament.

Cheats and Walkthrough

Characters
The main characters (Harry, Ron, and Hermione) are controlled since the start of the game, but some of the other characters can be found in missions or in hidden places. Most characters can be unlocked when the player buys them in Madam Malkin’s in Diagon Alley.

  • Alastor Moody
  • Albus Dumbledore
  • Alicia Spinnet
  • Amos Diggory
  • Angelina Johnson
  • Anthony Goldstein
  • Argus Filch
  • Arthur Weasley
  • Aurora Sinistra
  • Barty Crouch, Jr.
  • Barty Crouch, Sr.
  • The Bloody Baron
  • Cedric Diggory
  • Cho Chang
  • Colin Creevey
  • Cornelius Fudge
  • Crabbe, Sr.
  • Dean Thomas
  • Death Eater
  • Doris Crockford
  • Draco Malfoy
  • Dudley Dursley
  • Ernie Macmillan
  • Ernie Prang
  • The Fat Friar
  • Filius Flitwick
  • Fleur Delacour
  • Fred Weasley
  • Gabrielle Delacour
  • Garrick Ollivander
  • George Weasley
  • Ghost James Potter
  • Ghost Lily Evans
  • Gilderoy Lockhart
  • Ginny Weasley
  • Goyle, Sr.
  • The Gray Lady
  • Gregory Goyle
  • Hannah Abbott
  • Harry Potter
  • Hermione Granger
  • Igor Karkaroff
  • Irma Pince
  • Justin Finch-Fletchley
  • Katie Bell
  • Lee Jordan
  • Lord Voldemort
  • Lucius Malfoy
  • Madam Malkin
  • Madam Rosmerta
  • Marcus Flint
  • Marge Dursley
  • Michael Corner
  • Millicent Bulstrode
  • Minerva McGonagall (can transform into her Animagus cat form)
  • Moaning Myrtle
  • Molly Weasley
  • Muggle milkman
  • Nearly Headless Nick
  • Neville Longbottom
  • Oliver Wood
  • Olympe Maxime (only in DS version)
  • Padma Patil
  • Parvati Patil
  • Peeves (only in DS version)
  • Penelope Clearwater
  • Percy Weasley
  • Peter Pettigrew (can transform into Scabbers)
  • Pomona Sprout
  • Poppy Pomfrey
  • Professor Binns
  • Quirinus Quirrell
  • Remus Lupin (can transform into his werewolf form)
  • Rita Skeeter (can transform into her Animagus beetle form)
  • Rolanda Hooch
  • Ron Weasley
  • Rubeus Hagrid
  • Seamus Finnigan
  • Septima Vector
  • Severus Snape
  • Sirius Black (can transform into his Animagus dog form)
  • Stanley Shunpike
  • Susan Bones
  • Sybill Trelawney
  • Tom the innkeeper
  • Trolley witch
  • Viktor Krum
  • Vincent Crabbe
  • Walden Macnair
  • The Weird Sisters: Donaghan Tremlett (bassist), Kirley Duke (guitarist), Myron Wagtail (vocalist), Orsino Thruston (drummer)
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Creatures
  • Aragog
  • The Basilisk
  • Boggarts
  • Bowtruckles
  • Chinese Fireball
  • Common Welsh Green
  • Cornish pixies
  • Dementors
  • Fawkes
  • Firenze
  • Fluffy
  • Gargoyles
  • The giant squid
  • Gnomes
  • Goblins
  • Grindylows
  • Hedwig
  • Hungarian Horntail
  • Mandrakes
  • Merpeople
  • Mosp
  • Mountain trolls
  • Nifflers
  • Norbert
  • Plimpies
  • Security troll
  • Shrunken heads
  • Sorting Hat
  • Sphinx
  • Swedish Short-Snout
  • Werewolves
  • The Whomping Willow
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Locations
  • The Black Lake
  • Borgin and Burkes
  • Care of Magical Creatures class
  • The Chamber of Secrets
  • Charms class
  • The clock tower
  • The clock tower courtyard
  • The covered bridge
  • Defense Against the Dark Arts class
  • Divination class
  • Eyelops Owl Emporium
  • Flourish and Blotts
  • The flying courtyard
  • Godric’s Hollow
  • The grand staircase
  • The Great Hall
  • Greenhouses
  • Gringotts Wizarding Bank
  • Gryffindor Tower
  • Hagrid’s hut
  • The Headmaster’s office
  • Herbology class
  • Hogsmeade Station
  • Honeydukes
  • The hospital wing
  • Hufflepuff common room
  • Hut-on-the-Rock
  • King’s Cross Station
  • Knockturn Alley
  • The Leaky Cauldron
  • The library and Restricted Section
  • Little Whinging
  • London
  • Madam Malkin’s Robes for All Occasions
  • The middle courtyard
  • The Mirror of Erised storage room
  • Mr. Roberts’ campsite
  • Muggle Studies classroom
  • Ollivanders Wand Shop
  • One-Eyed Witch Passage
  • The Owlery
  • Platform 9 3/4
  • Potions class
  • The prefects’ bathroom
  • Privet Drive
  • The Quidditch pitch
  • Ravenclaw Tower
  • Second-floor girls’ lavatory
  • The Shrieking Shack
  • Slytherin common room
  • Stone Circle
  • The Burrow
  • The Three Broomsticks
  • The third-floor corridor
  • Transfiguration class
  • Wiseacre’s Wizarding Equipment
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Potions
  • Aging Potion
  • Exploding Potion
  • Invisibility Potion
  • Polyjuice Potion
  • Skele-Gro Potion
  • Strength Potion
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Spells
Not all spells are available on all platforms. Only some are taught while others need to be purchased at Wiseacre’s Wizarding Equipment in Diagon Alley.

  • Anteoculatia hex (Anteoculatia)
  • Arresto Momentum charm (Arresto Momentum)
  • Boggart-Banishing Spell (Riddikulus)
  • Color Change Charm (Colovaria)
  • Cruciatus Curse (Crucio)
  • Dancing Feet Spell (Tarantallegra)
  • Disarming Charm (Expelliarmus)
  • Engorgio Skullus hex (Engorgio Skullus)
  • Fire-Making Spell (Incendio)
  • Freezing Charm (Immobulus)
  • Freezing Spell (Glacius)
  • Hair Loss Curse (Calvorio)
  • Head Shrink Spell (Redactum Skullus)
  • Herbifors spell (Herbifors)
  • Incarcerous spell (Incarcerous)
  • Insect Jinx (Entomorphis)
  • Killing Curse (Avada Kedavra)
  • Knockback Jinx (Flipendo)
  • Leg-Locker Curse (Locomotor Mortis)
  • Levicorpus jinx (Levicorpus)
  • Levitation Charm (Wingardium Leviosa)
  • Lumos Solem spell (Lumos Solem)
  • Melofors jinx (Melofors)
  • Mending Charm (Reparo)
  • Multicorfors spell (Multicorfors)
  • Patronus Charm (Expecto Patronum)
  • Reductor Curse (Reducto)
  • Revelio charm (Revelio)
  • Shield Charm (Protego)
  • Slug-Vomiting Charm (Slugulus Eructo)
  • Stunning Spell (Stupefy)
  • Summoning Charm (Accio)
  • Tickling Charm (Rictusempra)
  • Transfiguration Spell (incantation unknown)
  • Trip Jinx (incantation unknown)
  • Unlocking Charm (Alohomora)
  • Vomitare Viridis charm (Vomitare Viridis)
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Trivia
  • There are 167 playable characters available for purchase. Variants of some characters in different clothes (e.g., Harry in a tuxedo) can also be bought in Madam Malkin’s.
  • Lord Voldemort is available in a Quirrell version, 16-year-old Tom Riddle, and final form.
  • The Achievement/Trophy Solid Snape is a reference to Metal Gear Solid.
  • When Harry, Ron, and Hermione are in Hagrid’s hut just before Buckbeak is to be executed, the Scarecrow from Batman is seen in Hagrid’s garden.
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Reviews
“LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1–4 Review” – By Kevin VanOrd | GameSpot | July 1, 2010

“LEGO HARRY POTTER: YEARS 1-4 REVIEW” – By Greg Miller | IGN | June 29, 2010

“LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1–4 Review: The Best LEGO Game to Date” – By Brian Crecente | Kotaku | July 13, 2010

“LEGO HARRY POTTER: YEARS 1-4 REVIEW” – By Tom Senior | PC Gamer | August 13, 2010

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Trailer
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LEGO Creator: Harry Potter
Over the years, two different series of LEGO-themed video games were created for Harry Potter, based on the building block toys. The first series was released in the early 2000s as a computer game, called Lego Creator.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer‘s Stone
Electronic Arts Games released LEGO Creator: Harry Potter in North America on October 26, 2001, and in Europe on November 5, 2001. It was created for Windows 98 or later and was originally the only game to exist alongside the actual LEGO Harry Potter sets. A demo was available on the DVD-ROM of the Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone video game.

Players can create things more than play, such as building with LEGO bricks in Diagon Alley, building a track for the Hogwarts Express, and creating things inside and outside of Hogwarts, the Gryffindor common room, and the third-floor corridor. Players can also create their own mini-figures to play as or use characters already existing, such as Harry, Ron, and Hermione. Players also have the capability to place their characters on broomsticks and make them fly around, cast spells, or even change the weather. There are also several minigames included.[_/su_spoiler]

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
On March 12, 2002, EA Games released the sequel to its predecessor, LEGO Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. It was similar to the original in most of its features but more like a traditional video game in that there are many challenges as players figure out how to unlock new areas of Hogwarts. Finishing challenges opens up new areas and eventually allows players to go into the Chamber of Secrets itself. Players can play as many different characters (such as Harry, Ron, Draco, and Tom Riddle) or make their own mini-figure character.[_/su_spoiler]