On a high energy movie set, players can drive, fly, jet ski, motorbike and sky surf through five extreme stunt action sub-games taking them all over Lego Island. A skate park allows Pepper Roni to hone his skateboarding skills with eight basic grabs plus spins, fakies and grinds. Players can explore by foot, skateboard or (with the right driving license) in any of the Lego vehicles available to drive or fly. All of the vehicles are based on the popular Lego Island Xtreme Stunts toy line.
If all that stunt action gets too much, there are plenty of things to do just by exploring the Island itself. For starters, talking to the friendly Islanders will lead players to discover more than 20 quests. Also, scattered around the Island are collectible character trading cards not to mention all of the Lego bricks, which are the basic building blocks for 'Brickimals' cool Lego animals. In addition, a favourite feature with younger fans is 'toying' - the ability to change Lego Island objects at the touch of a button!
The Game Boy Advance version focuses on four of the five stunt action games combined with four additional puzzle games, including Pizza Overload and Trouble in Store. There is also a multiplayer option in four of the mini-games with two of them accommodating up to four-players.