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Kehittäjien kertomaa:

Miksi Early Access?

“I believe that the best game will be created together with the people who are playing the game. I also believe that the time is right. Over the past year the development have shifted more and more from engine and graphics programming to gameplay mechanics and content. Now is a fun time for you to play the game and take part in the development.”

Miten kauan Early Access -vaihe kestää?

“A year is a good guess. After that development will go on as usual and I will continue to do regular updates and DLCs.”

Miten täysi versio eroaa Early Access -versiosta?

“There are many ways to play but the main game is the "start with nothing and build an empire". This is already possible in the Early access version. The full version will add challenge in the form of hostile mobs that will try to stop you. It will also add more content like better/more building tools, block types, materials, biomes, mobs and items.”

Millainen on Early Access -version nykyinen tila?

“In its current state the game offers countless of hours of fun and has infinite replay value. You can play the game or build whatever you want in the "Just Build" mode. The game is very stable. Current savegames will be compatible with future versions.”

Hinnoitellaanko peli toisin Early Accessin aikana ja sen jälkeen?

“The full game will be priced a bit higher then the Early Access version.”

Miten yhteisö otetaan mukaan kehitysprosessiin?

“The development process has been very open for years. I release new updates at a steady rate. I often ask questions to the community and take part in discussions and the feedback I get is of high value for me.”
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Osta Blockscape

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Build 322714 Released

10. heinäkuu

[x] New console command: posteffects x (toggles post effects (fxaa, cinematic camera effects)) on or off.
[x] Place tool should not be visible on MP players
[x] Small tweaks to post rendering effects

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Build 318701 released

8. heinäkuu

  • Mobs did not spawn in the initial Steam version
  • NPCs should give hints on what they want
  • NPCs that gets slapped should lose their recipe memory

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Start with nothing and build an empire. Blockscape is the ultimate block building game.

You are sent to this world to start a new civilization. Explore, gather materials, craft and build.
Build beds and people will move in. Give them food and they will do work for you.

Main features:
  • Fully procedurally generated worlds. Every game looks and plays different.
  • Play the game you want. Blockscape can be played like a survival game, rpg (not available yet), tower defence (not available yet) or like an empire building game. The type of gameplay is based on what you create or do in the game.
  • Crafting. Create furniture, tools, weapons, armor, materials and more.
  • NPCs. Create beds and people will move in to your buildings. Give them food and they will do work (crafting, planting, harvesting, construction).
  • Hundreds of block types and materials.
  • Everything is a block. Everything in your inventory can also be used as a building block. Even mobs.
  • Electricity. Add electric networks to your buildings to control lights and other components.
  • Water. Add water networks to supply generators and control water components.
  • "Just build" game mode. Gives you infinite resources to build anything you want.


    • OS: XP
    • Processor: Dual Core
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated, 500MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0a
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • OS: 7
    • Processor: Quad Core
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated, 1GB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0a
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
Hyödylliset arvostelut
186/215 (87%) arvioi tämän hyödylliseksi
13.5 tuntia pelattu
Early Access -arvostelu
I'm going to compare this to Minecraft because most people looking at it probably assume it's like Minecraft. But the thing is, it's not like Minecraft at all. The main focus of Minecraft is survival, but Blockscape is focused more on building and exploration. The possibilities are endless as far as structures and their details are concerned. You can tell that by just watching the trailer.

It feels like early access, there are some bugs, optimization is not great-- but with time, those will be gone.

--FEEL AND LOOK-- This game feels very nice. It looks a bit cartoonish, almost, but fantastical at the same time. The colors from the foliage blend well with the grass in each biome and the water looks crystal clear and crisp. The materials that you use for houses have a rustic feel to them. Underground, the caves are clean, and ores shine different colors according to what they are. Trees in the forests are really colorful, along with the grass. My rating for the feel and look of the game: 9/10.

--GAMEPLAY-- I have yet to spend more time messing with the game but for now I can say the gameplay is good. Not amazing, but that's understandable for an early access game. The replayability is infinite, because the structures you can build are infinite themselves. The voxels in this game are small, and they morph together to create a smooth look. In the screenshots, you can see what I'm talking about. If you scroll your mouse wheel, you can choose bigger chunks of voxels to break. Once you finish breaking them, whatever you break is added to your inventory automatically. No need for picking up any things that fall. My rating for gameplay: 8/10.

--WORLD GENERATION-- The world generation is much different than that of Minecraft, for example. In Minecraft, biomes are a lot of times hard to navigate through (with the exceptions of desert, plains, etc.). The biomes that are generated in Blockscape are mostly flat, however, they end up sloping together into high mountains and low valleys. Some of the valleys are filled with ponds and lakes. The forest biome is my favorite as of now, there is a ton of shade in the forest and it feels very immersive. You can change a seed to your liking (such as in Minecraft) and each world is COMPLETELY different. There are castles and other buildings that are randomly generated and put into the world. My wish for a future update would be for there to be less plains and more forests. World generation rating: 8/10.

--UNDERGROUND-- I feel as though everything below the ground deserves its own section in my review. The cave generation is very well done. Every cave seems to be different, there are a lot of wide open areas underground which makes the underground more dangerous than in Minecraft, since it's easy to fall off a ledge. The darkness is realistic, and there are random glowing gems in the underground that help light the way. There are also bugs that you can collect underground that you'll find while mining.

--OPTIMIZATION AND SETTINGS-- When you start the game, you get a few choices for the settings. Vsync, foliage detail, surface detail, etc. I can play this game with about 25 fps on max settings on my Lenovo Y500 laptop. If you want my specs, just google that laptop to get the specs. I do get some graphical errors every now and then in this game, the chunk loading sometimes bugs out and the voxels don't load right, leaving the world transparent. ALT+TAB breaks the game as of now. My rating for optimization and setting choices: 7.5/10.

--CRAFTING-- I haven't had much experience with crafting yet, but you do get a nice little menu with the choices you have to craft with. No need to go to a wiki to find out how to craft, either. I'll update this part later when I have more experience with it. :)

--SOUND AND MUSIC-- It is possible to turn the music off using commands in-game. There's no options menu yet. The music sounds like what you find in the trailer. The sound effects are clean, and water sounds are not blurry. The music sounds like what you find in the trailer, plus a bunch of short piano songs. Sound effects: 8/10. Music: 8/10.


I'm going to keep this review updated as I play. Feel free to ask me any questions in the comments. :P

Total rating for the game? With everything combined together, I'd set it at a solid 8 for an early access game.
Julkaistu 4. heinäkuu.
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87/107 (81%) arvioi tämän hyödylliseksi
10.2 tuntia pelattu
Early Access -arvostelu
I've played Minecraft for several hundred hours. I've played Blockscape for 3 hours. Here's my conclusion:

Blockscape is better.

Or at least it will be after the developers have had more time to finish it off. It's still deep in development clearly, but I'm happy to report it appears very stable. I've had no major problems so far and 0 crashes. There's been the odd glitch here and there, but almost all of them are rendering issues and very minor ones.

Blockscape is like Minecraft in the sense that Saints Row is like Grand Theft Auto. Yes, both use are the same genre, use the same setting and themes, and even the same game mechanics. But no one would dare say they're both the same game.

Blockscape has taken the ideas of Minecraft, and reworked them completely to expand upon the concept so much that this really is entitled to something more than the label of "Minecraft Clone". This isn't a clone! This is much better!

I won't shy away from comparisons to Minecraft though because most of the people considering this game will be Minecraft players already, so here's the differences which make this so much better:

1. Bigger Worlds

What's the vertical height limit for Minecraft again? 256 blocks isn't it? I dare say this must be many hundreds of times larger, the mountains feel truly huge and realistically massive! The draw distance is incredible, you can see well off into the distance! Minecraft just feels so tiny after trying Blockscape.

2. Smaller Blocks

The Blockscape blocks are 1/4 of the size of Minecraft blocks, but there are tools to build 1x1, 2x2 or 4x4 blocks or more at a time to make it easier to build larger structures as fast as you do in Minecraft. This means you can build smaller details and things like steps much easier.

3. Better Blocks

Unlike in Minecraft, blocks aren't limited to just textured cubes. They can be corners, rounded, smoothed and more, allowing for a huge variety in shapes.

4. Visually Amazing

Just check out that video trailer. Yes it looks like that in game! Unlike Minecraft, this game isn't trying to look like a retro experience, Blockscape is very clearly looking for realistism, and they're achieveing it!

Bottom Line

If you play Minecraft, and love it, get Blockscape. It will improve, and become even better, but already what they have is much better than MInecraft. Some things are missing, such as enemies or NPCs, and there's some 3D models which are clearly placeholders, but with time I have no doubt these will be replaced. The mechanics are there already and I love what I see.
Julkaistu 5. heinäkuu.
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63/86 (73%) arvioi tämän hyödylliseksi
10.3 tuntia pelattu
Early Access -arvostelu
I wish I never bought this game , Now i'm condemned to stay at home for all the summer and play this amazing game. Yeah its an Early acces game but i already enjoy it you can build what YOU want not limited to use square only.The graphic are really nice. This game have soo much potential. The big problem is the multiplayer is unplayable atm i tried to play with some friend and the game always crash people cant join the game after crash i hope they fix this soon.
Julkaistu 4. heinäkuu.
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32/40 (80%) arvioi tämän hyödylliseksi
21.5 tuntia pelattu
Early Access -arvostelu
Currently the best voxel sandbox game out there. Between the different sized blocks, tons of materials, different tools & shapes, and the supposedly infinite sized worlds, you can literally do whatever you want in this game.
There are two gamemodes: 'Just Build' (God Mode.) and 'Play the Game' (Survival Mode.) In Just Build mode you have an infinite amount of resources, you break blocks instantly, you can fly & have noclip. In Survival Mode you start with nothing, and it takes time to break blocks. Right now there are no hostile mobs, so currently you don't really 'survive' in 'Survival Mode.' However, hostile mobs will be added soon.
Speaking of mobs, there are currently five passive mobs in the game. Two of which can be killed to eat as food. Another mob (or in this case NPCs,) are other humans. You can make a bed, and when you make a bed NPCs will move in. You can get them to do work for you, such as craft items, build houses, or decorate. You need to provide them with the materials to do any of those things though. They also need to eat and sleep.
There is a hunger system in the game. On the bottom left you will see two bars. Red = Health and Green = Hunger. If you get injurerd, your health will refill as your hunger depletes. When the hunger bar is empty, your health won't be able to refill. To refill the hunger bar, you must find food. Currently there are four food items in the game. Most of the food you can cook/boil in stoves & ovens. When you cook food, it's worth more hunger points.
The crafting system is solid. You don't need a wiki to figure out how to craft stuff, because if you have an ingredient, it will show you what you can craft with that ingredient, and what other ingredients are needed. There are a lot of different kinds crafting stations used for different things, such as simply crafting, smelting, cooking or even customizing your character.
Now let's talk about the graphics. This game is simply beautiful. When you first start a world you will be wowed. And like I said earlier, you can place different sized blocks. You're not forced to use a giant block for everything. There is a day/night cycle. And no matter what time it is, the lighting will ALWAYS look great.
There are a few big gripes I have about the game though. Biggest of all is the optimization. If you have a slow computer the world will take a VERY long time to load. And worse yet if the ground you're on isn't loaded, you will start glitching through it. But if you have a fast computer this probably won't happen at all.
Julkaistu 8. heinäkuu.
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19/23 (83%) arvioi tämän hyödylliseksi
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Early Access -arvostelu
PREFACE: I've played this game for roughly 1-2 years before it hit Steam.

Do you like building in games like Minecraft and Blockland?
This game will put them to shame.
Blockscape takes the traditional block-based building and pushes to the next level.
The music combined with the scenery really makes this game something special.


The building in this game is simply incredible.
You can build with traditional blocks, like in Minecraft...
Or you can make them smaller (1/9 being the smallest) and getting some serious detail in your work.
Not only that, but the terrain smooths and deforms to look semi-realistic.
And finally, there are ramps/slants/wedges! That's always a plus.
I give the building a 9.5/10


The scenery and music (we'll call it the theme) is beautiful.
The new terrain generation is a little wonky sometimes, but the frequent updates are sure to fix it soon.
The game feels bigger than Minecraft even though both games are infinite.
Something about the huge mountains and canyons and lakes just makes it seem large.
The music is beautiful and I never get tired of it. It adds so much to the experience.
I can only wish for more songs to be added in the future.
I give the theme a 7.75/10


I've not really gotten into the survival mode of the game that much.
It's still in heavy development and build mode is a bit more polished and fun at the moment.
The game is definitely replayable, but some of the current bugs might ♥♥♥♥ up your save or cause frustration.
I've had a few times where all the blocks in my inventory just turned into white polygons.
It can be upsetting when you work on something for awhile and it just corrupts...
But the game is still very fun and enjoyable.
I give the gameplay a 6.5/10


Is this game worth buying in early access?
Is this game worth the current price?
Will this game be worth it in the future?
Is the gameplay good?
Is the building good?
Is the theme good?

The answer to all of these questions is yes.
As if that wasn't enough to convince you to buy this, check out the community forum (google it).
There are "texture packs" of sorts and building "blueprints".
The community is amazing and the forum is one of the coolest places to just sit down and talk that I know of.

Overall, I give this game a 8.5/10. It's one of the best sandbox/building games I've ever played.
I recommend this to anyone, especially Minecraft/Roblox/Blockland fans.
Julkaistu 9. heinäkuu.
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