Developed by The Lego Group, the app takes the form of an interactive comic book, complete with mini-games and virtual Lego build kits to be unlocked. The Antimatter Missions is broken up into five parts, with five short comics making up the bulk of the title. There are five short comics in total and together they complete the first part of the Antimatter Missions, with the second part due for release in June 2015.
A direct sequel to Ultra Agents, it see the team facing new foes trying to cause chaos in Astor City, the Agents’ home town, and battling a new villain bearing the moniker Antimatter, who wields mysterious and powerful weapons that can rip through walls and turn the Agents against one another.
The comics contain 180 degree panoramas for you to explore and hidden interactive elements, which help you gather intel on your enemies and unlock build kits. Certain aspects of the game aren’t yet completed, and certain segments are only suitable for tablet devices, but it currently features five full comics to explore and three mini games to play, from beating up enemies to chasing them through underground tunnels, with more content becoming available in the coming months.
The game is available for free on Google Play, and like other offerings from The LEGO Groups the app doesn’t feature any IAPs and third party advertisements.