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This is a little minecraft-y block building game thing I put together in a few days. It's nothing super creative but I think it came out kind of neat.

If you have any suggestions/ideas for updates, it'd be really cool if you left them in a review/pm.

How to play;
-Click anywhere to place a block
-Pickaxe icon : remove blocks
-Upload icon : click to share your world online
-X icon : quit to the main menu
-Volume icon : toggle mute
-Square icon : change background
-The two squares thing : toggle darkness/normal

-Online sharing through newgrounds save data api
-A bunch of blocks + alternative versions ( ie. layered)
-3 NG medals

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nice game

love game's

Well. I made a BLANK world. XD
My bad.
Anyway, from what I can tell, it's a nice little building game. :3

I suppose this would be a decent way to kill time during a break at work or something, but as has already been said, there's no sense of reward for creating a world. I messed around for a little bit, and upon having realized that the extent of this game is essentially blocky doodling, I quickly lost interest.
Some form of interactivity would add at least a star to this.
Also, why not have several layers for tiles, so you can cut down on the number of preset combos (ie, grass with stone, ladder with wood), AND increase the breadth of what the player can create? Even having fore and background layers would make it a lot more interesting to create stuff.
All that being said, the game does look fairly polished and neat, and I really like the minecraft-iness to the tileset.
The ability to see and rate the saves of others is a really neat concept, too, though this still remains lacking due to the aforementioned level of interactivity.
All in all, I wouldn't mind seeing this expanded upon, and believe this has a decent bit of potential.

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I really was disappointed by this. I was hoping it would be something really elaborate, but it was just a bunch of random stuff people made. I was hoping you could play the world! You know, it would be like a platformer. I guess my hopes were put up too high. It's not terrible.

I guess it does allow some creativity here and there. Well, there are TONS of things to choose from. I just didn't find it very rewarding. There is effort put into this, just not enough. The music's too loud too.

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3.11 / 5.00

Feb 4, 2015
5:02 PM EST
Gadgets - Other