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In a first for the LEGO Group, all toys in the new Hero Factory 2012 range contain a chest plate with a unique code stamped on it. Children can use these one-time codes to unlock game points, which they can then spend on upgrading and customising their heroes online. The game and its codes also form the focus of the 2012 advertising campaign for Hero Factory, making this a cross-media project spanning TV, print, online and mobile.
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