Minecraft Stop-Motion Movie Creator, BuzzFeed News, BitTorrent Shoot, The Executive, Lego Minifigures Online and more Welcome to this week’s roundup of the latest, greatest new iPhone and iPad apps and games. All prices are correct at the time of writing, with “IAP” indicating use of in-app purchases. Show More Summary
There’s a new Minecraft game incoming and it’s just got its first preview at Minecon in London. ‘Minecraft: Story Mode‘ is an adventure game, by Telltale Games, home of the classic ‘Monkey Island’ as well as ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Walking Dead’ tie-ins. Show More Summary
Be it plastic miniatures, LEGO pieces or virtual bricks, it takes a lot of time and passion to recreate a scale model of Chicago's famous skyline. Earlier today, a Reddit user posted an image of a 1:4 scale model...
Minecraft is a cultural phenomenon. The block-based exploration and crafting game was snapped up by Microsoft for $2.5 billion last year and has helped inspire competitors from giant toy companies like Lego. Even the government is interested in building on Minecraft's success: The Department of Education is helping fund a project known as "Eco" that looks a […]
Even in its unfinished state, Lego Worlds is a game that inspires wonder. What sorts of marvelous things might we find in its universe today? Read more...
Lego Worlds offers players more than a sand-box environment, it's bristling with familiar Lego minifigures, buildings and vehicles.
Of all the surprising gaming news this week, the stealth release of LEGO Worlds on Steam was certainly a highlight. After years of rumors and speculation, LEGO finally launched its own Minecraft competitor, but even though they share similar conceits, Minecraft and LEGO Worlds are clearly two distinct games. Show More Summary
Minecraft, but with LEGO. LEGO Worlds is a sandbox and exploration game for Windows. You can build structures right from the get-go thanks to an infinite stock of pieces, a user-friendly interface and convenient tools.
When Warner Interactive’s new video game, Lego Worlds, debuted this week, the tech press spoke of it as if in a single voice. Virtually every article about the game—and there have been hundreds—described it as a potential competitor to Minecraft, the enormously popular game that Microsoft recently purchased for $2.5 billion. Show More Summary
Lego Worlds has a lot going for it, from brick by brick building to landscaping tools. What it needs for families though is multi-player, either split screen or online.
Everyone remembers their first night in Minecraft: the race to build shelter, the hurried scramble for resources, the need to quickly deploy skills learned during the game's brief tutorial. Lego Worlds - a new take on the Minecraft formula from the largest toy company in the world - does not have a tutorial yet. Show More Summary
I’ve spent a couple of hours in Lego Worlds this week, and I am absolutely loving it. The main reason? There are a ton of things and creatures lying around, all of which you can ride with the press of a button. Read more...
"Minecraft," the popular open-world building game of game developer Mojang remains on top of the game despite many competitors and imitators. But this dominance may be challenged soon, with the release of a new open-world building by Lego, one of the originators of building games in toy history, called "Lego Worlds."
LEGO Worlds is an open-world sandbox game featuring limitless generated landscapes made entirely of LEGO bricks
Watch out, Minecraft: Following on the heels of Disney, Lego has built a sandbox game. For just $14.99, you can now play Lego's own version of the world-building game Minecraft. Time Warner-owned gaming firm TT Games, which holds the extremely lucrative Lego video game license, quietly released an early version of the game to Steam today. Show More Summary
Minecraft has been described as a digital version of Lego. Now Lego is itself going digital, Minecraft-style. Lego Worlds has just been added to Steam as an “early access” game which may have bugs and missing features. The plan is to...Show More Summary
Google+ shunted to the sidelines, Google privacy settings, Facebook threats are fine, LEGO Worlds channels Minecraft, BlackBerry prevents Typo, and the FIFA official who doesn’t understand satire. Google Stops Promoting Google+ Google...Show More Summary
Featuring customisable worlds and an array of models and mini-figs, Lego’s entry into creative gaming aims to corner market in constructive digital play Continue reading...
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