Block Story is a great role playing PC game where you build with blocks and can explore to your heart’s content. Today more than 3,000,000 gamers around the world have downloaded it to their mobile phones. And since Block Story has full compatibility between PC and mobile devices, you can move your worlds between your phone and PC allowing you to continue your Block Story adventure at home and on the go. Cool Features * Ten expansive ecosystems to build in and explore * Summon five different creatures to join you in combat * Fantasy/middle ages art style * Level up, grow stronger and battle on * Hours of quest game play and fun

Review RSS Feed crazytech says
8 crazytech

Sep 5th, 2013 1 person agrees 0 people don't

good game but needs a little more accion

Siveran says
10 Siveran

Sep 2nd, 2013 1 person agrees 0 people don't

First hour or so is slow and boring as you slowly grind your way through the first couple of quests that require you to seek out lots of blocks/mobs which are hard to access due to slow mining speed and bad combat ability, but it picks up and becomes great after that. Flying around floating islands, building coliseums with creature spawners, and spelunking downwards forever through hell make this pretty unique!

FindMuck says
3 FindMuck

Aug 30th, 2013 2 people agree 1 person doesn't

No heart, no soul, no atmosphere, just a bunch of half finished idea's thrown together. The best way to describe it is a cluttered hires texture pack version of Minecraft with half finished features, uninteresting world generation and out of place enteties.

Impression written for the current version. Who knows, it might improve.

TeeJaxOff says
4 TeeJaxOff

Aug 29th, 2013 1 person agrees 0 people don't

A pretty poor game IMHO. I bought it a fair while ago after checking out the community which seemed good but a good community doens't make up for a poor game.
The whole thing felt very clunky and put me off.
Seeing as it is not in the Indie Royale bundle I jsut purchased (there goes my £6 of support for the devs early on)I decided to retry it thinking it would be at a playable level now.
Nope, still really really not good.
It's still clunky and the whole thing feels weighted and without purpose. There are much better voxel/pixel based survival games out there.

blackserpent says
9 blackserpent

Jul 21st, 2013 1 person agrees 0 people don't

nice,but little lack

markwills9235 says
4 markwills9235

Jun 22nd, 2013 1 person agrees 0 people don't

Mac all most never updates

brandon4117 says
10 brandon4117

Jun 1st, 2013 1 person agrees 0 people don't

A very lovely game. It's peaceful, nice, and overall worth the buy. I bought it for my Nook. It's really enjoyable and it's quite unique with what it has.
Very good.

jax42 says
9 jax42

May 5th, 2013 1 person agrees 0 people don't

This is one of those games that you have to just sit back
and take your time with to really appreciate the game-play...

In todays standards I feel its all mostly about the eye-candy and not
what really counts, and that is gameplay value, is it fun, did you get your moneys worth... I am glad that the good concepts that made
the games of the old days are making a come back.

I am enjoying this game for that reason:)

Sniiperg says
7 Sniiperg

May 1st, 2013 1 person agrees 0 people don't

The problem is the generator world, the other is good

scurvy-platypus says
8 scurvy-platypus

Apr 11th, 2013 2 people agree 1 person doesn't

People will inevitably look at this and compare it to Minecraft. Is it Minecraft? No.

Block Story has committed itself to its features. That might sound strange, so to give an example:
Minecraft has crafting, spells, and experience; so does Block Story. With Minecraft, you have to either look on the net for crafting recipes or experiment to discover them. Block Story has a recipe book built-in, so you know exactly what you need in order to make something.

Minecraft has spells that are completely random and unknowable, without use of a mod; Block Story has magic items you create, just like any other crafting tool. To be fair, at the time of this review Block Story does not have a "magic system" of the sort that Minecraft has. If this changes in the future, I would expect that Block Story's system would be reproducible and consistent, unlike Minecraft's random approach.

Both games have Experience Points. In Minecraft, they're used to power the random magic system. In Block Story, they're used to customise your character, allowing you to explicitly focus on those elements of gameplay that you find fun/interesting.

Yes, the block physics in Block Story are missing things like gravity, and water doesn't flow. But then again, you've got an unlimited height and depth, you've got skylands, and the ability to create coloured lights, coloured glass, and coloured snow.

Comparing Minecraft and Block Story is comparing apples and oranges. As a general game player, I hesitate to make the comparison. As a player of Minecraft since beta 1.5 though, I know that Block Story gives me the fun and open sandbox game that initially attracted me to Minecraft.

Do I think Block Story is better? It all depends on what you're looking for. I find I prefer the way that Block Story is developing, compared to how Minecraft has developed. Download the demo and try it out. Yes, it's rougher than Minecraft. But give Block Story a chance and you might be pleasantly surprised.

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