Lego The Lord of the Rings: The Video Game

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LEGO: The Lord of the Rings - The Video Game
Video game
DeveloperTraveller's Tales
PublisherWarner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
PlatformPlayStation3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita, Microsoft Windows[1]
Release date13 November 2012[1]

Lego The Lord of the Rings: The Video Game is a video game by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Traveller's Tales. The game is based on The Lord of the Rings (film series) and was released in 13 November 2012.[2] It features the story lines of The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King but "reimagined with the humor and endless variety of LEGO play".[3]


Actor Role
Christopher Lee Saruman (archive footage)
Orlando Bloom Legolas (archive footage)
Viggo Mortensen Aragorn (archive footage)
Liv Tyler Arwen (archive footage)
Sean Astin Samwise Gamgee (archive footage)
John Rhys-Davies Gimli (archive footage)
Hugo Weaving Elrond (archive footage)
Cate Blanchett Galadriel (archive footage)
Dominic Monaghan Meriadoc Brandybuck (archive footage)
Billy Boyd Peregrin Took (archive footage)
Miranda Otto Éowyn (archive footage)
Karl Urban Éomer (archive footage)
Bernard Hill Théoden (archive footage)
Brad Dourif Gríma Wormtongue (archive footage)
Sean Bean Boromir (archive footage)
David Wenham Faramir (archive footage)
John Noble Denethor II (archive footage)
Andy Serkis Gollum/Sméagol (archive footage)
Gideon Emery Orc / Elf
Kieron Elliott Additional Voices
Tom Kane Additional Voices
Liam O'Brien Additional Voices
Eliza Schneider Additional Voices
Jon Olson Additional Voices
Keith Szarabajka Additional Voices
Hynden Walch Additional Voices



The Fellowship of the Ring[edit]

Level Movie Chapter
Prologue Prologue: One Ring to Rule Them All...
The Black Rider A Short Cut to Mushrooms
Bucklebury Ferry
Weathertop A Knife in the Dark
The Pass of Caradhras Pass of Caradhras
The Mines of Moria Balin's Tomb
The Bridge of Khazad-dûm
Foundations of Stone
Amon Hen The Fighting Uruk-hai
Parth Galen
The Breaking of the Fellowship

The Two Towers[edit]

Level Movie Chapter
Track Hobbits Riders of Rohan
The Fate of Merry and Pippin
Night Camp at Fangorn
Taming Gollum Taming of Smeagol
The White Rider
Warg Attack The King of the Golden Hall
The King's Decision
The Wolves of Isengard
The Dead Marshes The Passage of the Marshes
Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit
Helm's Deep The Host of the Eldar
The Battle of the Hornburg
The Breach of the Deeping Wall
The Retreat of the Hornburg
Forth Eorlingas
Fangorn Comes to Helm's Deep
Osgiliath Osgiliath
The Flooding of Isengard
The Nazgûl Attack

The Return of the King[edit]

Level Movie Chapter
The Secret Stairs Minas Morgul
Sam's Warning
The Stairs of Minas Morgul
The Parting of Sam and Frodo
Shelob's Lair
The Paths of the Dead Andúril - Flame of the West
Dwimorberg - The Haunted Mountain
The Paths of the Dead
The Battle of Pelennor Fields The Ride of the Rohirrim
The Battle of Pelennor Fields
The Nazgûl and His Prey
The Black Ships
Shieldmaiden of Rohan
Victory at Minas Tirith
Cirith Ungol Shelob's Lair
Choices of Master Samwise
The Tower of Cirith Ungol
In the Company of Orcs
The Black Gate The Black Gate Opens
Mount Doom "I Can't Carry it for You... but I Can Carry You."
Mount Doom
"The Eagles are Coming!"
The Crack of Doom
Sauron Defeated
The End of All Things
The Return of The King

See also[edit]

External links[edit]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Lego The Lord of the Rings", Facebook (accessed 29 July 2022)
  2. Marlin Votta, "[1]" dated 10 July 2012, LEGO (accessed 16 July 2012)
  3. "LEGO Lord of the Rings Video Game 2012" dated 4 June 2012, (accessed 29 July 2012)

Licensed video games set in Middle-earth
 Melbourne House: The Hobbit (1982) · Lord of the Rings: Game One (1985) · Shadows of Mordor (1988) · War in Middle Earth (1988) · Crack of Doom Software Adventure (1989) · Riders of Rohan (1990)
 Interplay Productions: The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I (PC) (1990) · The Lord of the Rings, Vol. II: The Two Towers (1993) · The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I (SNES) (1994)
 Vivendi Universal: The Fellowship of the Ring (2002) · The Hobbit (2003) · War of the Ring (2003)
 Electronic Arts: The Two Towers (2002) · The Return of the King (2003) · The Third Age (2004) · The Battle for Middle-earth (2004) · Tactics (2005) · The Battle for Middle-earth II (2006) (The Rise of the Witch-king (2006)) · Conquest (2009)
 Turbine/Standing Stone Games: The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar (2007-) (Mines of Moria (2008) · Siege of Mirkwood (2009) · Rise of Isengard (2011) · Riders of Rohan (2012) · Helm's Deep (2013) · Mordor (2017) · Minas Morgul (2019)) - War of Three Peaks (2020) - Fate of Gundabad (2021)
 Warner Bros: Aragorn's Quest (2010) · War in the North (2011) · Guardians of Middle-earth (2012) · Kingdoms of Middle-earth (2012Armies of The Third Age (2012) · ·Shadow of Mordor (2014) · Shadow of War (2017) · Rise to War (2021)
 Glu Games: Middle-Earth Defense (2010)
 Traveller's Tales: Lego The Lord of the Rings: The Video Game (2012) · Lego The Hobbit (2014)
 Daedalic Entertainment: The Lord of the Rings: Gollum (2022)
 North Beach Games: The Lord of the Rings: Return to Moria (2023)