Residential District Guide – LEGO The Incredibles


LEGO The Incredibles features ten districts full of secrets and challenges as you explore Municiberg and New Urbem. Your exploration will be rewarded with Gold Bricks, Incredibricks and special builds.  To get all of the Gold Bricks, you will need to explore extensively, race quickly and fight crime all over the city.


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Gold Bricks: 6x

Tight Rope:

In the middle of a section of tight rope between two buildings.

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Up On The Roof:

On the roof of the building with the bank.

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Up My Alley:

In between two jump panels on the south side of the district next to the overpass.

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City Haul:

Use a character with teleportation on the south side of the roof of City Hall.

Car Trouble:

Use Violet to collect enough pieces to restore the mechanics car.

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Golden Wedding:

A bride is on the steps of the church waiting for her groom.  Find the groom around the corner and encourage him to walk down the aisle using a character with mind control.

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Races: 2x

Complete a race on the ground and across the rooftops to earn the Gold Bricks.

On The Ground:

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Rooftop Race:

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District Challenge:

Each district has a specific challenge that will reward you with a Gold Brick and a new playable character


Crime Wave: 4x

The Crime Wave in each district will reward you with several Gold Bricks and new playable character.


Family Builds: 4x

Collect all the Incredibricks in each district to complete all of the Family Builds and Pixar Family Builds.

Incredibrick Locations:

Family Builds: 3x

Pixar Family Build:


Video Guide

For the videos of the rest of the challenges, head over to the Open World Challenges Playlist on our YouTube channel.


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Paul Haan

Written by: Paul Haan

Paul has been a self taught software engineer for almost 20 years. He started playing video games in the early 1980s on an Atari 800 and has had many gaming systems since. Creative games such as Disney Infinity and LEGO Worlds are among his favorites. Happily married since 1998, Paul and his wife are raising three wonderful, creative, young gamers.