Blockland is a non-linear sandbox game with no set goals, giving players the freedom to design and construct elaborate structures. Styled as a tiny minifigure, players build inside of the virtual world using bricks reminiscent of toy blocks.
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Blockland is a non-linear sandbox game with no set goals, giving players the freedom to design and construct elaborate structures. Styled as a tiny minifigure, players build inside of the virtual world using bricks reminiscent of toy blocks. These structures can be built in either a single-player or multiplayer (either online or through a local area network) setting.

Requisitos de sistema

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP or higher
    • Processor: 1 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL compatible graphics chip
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • OS: OSX 10.5 or higher
    • Processor: 1 Ghz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
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10 de 11 pessoas (91%) acharam esta análise útil
37.4 hrs registradas
Publicada: 5 de agosto
Muuuuuuuuuito legal
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32.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 28 de junho
Otimo jogo Melhoor que roblox
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4 de 5 pessoas (80%) acharam esta análise útil
21.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 24 de setembro
Legal, Bem loko!
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
11.4 hrs registradas
Publicada: 23 de setembro
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164 de 214 pessoas (77%) acharam esta análise útil
7.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 29 de setembro
Seems like the developer is too busy banning reasonable people off his forums and playing Quake Live to do anything to help the game. The developer's game is nothing anymore - consider him a regular Steam user, and treat him as you would a terrible person on the internet.
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252 de 351 pessoas (72%) acharam esta análise útil
9.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 9 de outubro
So this game has been one of my favorite building games of all time. Starting in 2010 along with the majority of what I would say was our community, I bought the original Blockland and was having a great time. Things were getting done, updates being made. There were these classics maps I'll never forget: the Bedroom, the Kitchen, and the Slopes. I enjoyed this game, and I was estimated to be playing it about 10 hours a day or more.

It took some time but an insightful man by the name of Ephialtes in-game decided to build Blockland a new system. I believe it was around 2011-2012 that this became widely-used. It was called Return to Blockland, and was basically the Steam client for Blockland before Blockland was actually on Steam. It had a 'Workshop' (servers that hosted add-ons you could directly download from), Add-On Manager, Friends client, global IRC chat, chat rooms, easy-to-use settings system for your server, add-on preferences manager, and so much more. It was the true revelation of Blockland's existence. It brought upon a new experience for the Blockland community, and gave it a modern feel.

Then this game went on Greenlight.

That officially marked the downfall of RTB, which would eventually be shut down because Steam replaced 1/3 of its functionality. There would no longer be a place to manage your add-ons, chat globally with other BL users, find your friends (since they would no longer be on RTB and you didn't know if they had Steam), and last but not least, you could no longer manage your server like you used to.

That probably drove me away the most. I stuck around for a bit, hosted a multitude of mildly popular servers as well as a 32/32 player MERP server that consisted of most of my time. After about four months, I kinda lost interest and began the process of leaving the BL community. I left a legacy, but even that would soon be forgotten...

So you know that game called Minecraft? I ended up spending almost all of my time on that. I hosted some very popular servers on Minecraft, met some great friends, and was enjoying it. I almost forgot about Blockland completely, but then my friend (who shall remain nameless) decided to get Blockland after I showed him a fun little gamemode on it called Renderman. He got it, and when I saw that he did, I decided to hop back on and play with him... but I didn't do much otherwise.

I truly came back about two months ago. I began hosting my MERP server, probably just to feel the nostalgia and see all the empires that had been built on it. A friend of mine by the name of Amir (a full-time player of my server back when it was popular) happened to stop by. We had an awesome reunion, played a bit of MERP (not really. Just remarked on how sucky our builds were), had a lot of fun. I began playing Blockland much more.

And then I stopped. Garry's Mod took up my time. I managed a community on there and couldn't depart from them. But that wasn't the only reason.

I lost interest.

So anyways, if you got to the bottom of this review reading through an incredibly long backstory and wondering why the heck I'd write a story like that, I congratulate you. You have the patience of a... you, but none of this was really a review, was it?

So here's my take on the game.

If you want to play a game with a low amount of active community supporters/respectful, mature players, don't get this game.

If you want to play a game where you build anything and can do anything (with the help of a bit of programming knowledge or the visually-based event system), get this game.

If you want to play a game where servers are always full and there is an easy way to liven up your game with user-created add-ons, don't get this game.

If you want to play a game where you can host a server of any kind, have some fun with Pirate Ship DM gamemodes, and basically shoot your friends with laser pistols and horse rays (yeah, they turn them into a horse), this game IS FOR YOU.

BUT. If you want a game that will keep you interested for years to come, always ready for that next update, always ready for that next big thing... don't get this game. It's unkempt, uncombed, and unfathomably stagnate.

But I might be wrong. What if YOU are the next big thing?

In my opinion, this game is NOT recommended due to the lack of interesting things that may be found in Blockland.
It's a great game, don't get me wrong, but it is running on steam (get it hahahahaaha... haha. ..ha... sorry) and no longer has that spark of a game that has true potential. Maybe Badspot can turn this around one day. And maybe you can be a part of that. Me, on the other hand, have exhausted the game of Blockland. I like the game, but I can no longer play it.

Maybe it'll be different for you.
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138 de 192 pessoas (72%) acharam esta análise útil
2.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 2 de outubro
Worked harder on the trailer than on the game.
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71 de 94 pessoas (76%) acharam esta análise útil
4.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 8 de setembro
As a person who bought the game way back when he was in 4th grade and writes this now in 11th grade, I can say the game is enjoyable to some degree depending on what kind of person you are.

I had a lot of fun as a child coming home after school and turning on my parent's anciently slow computer just to play Blockland from dawn to the time I was sent to bed. Hell, I'd always lie about having not having homework so I could just go and play Blockland. The experience hasn't changed with a couple exceptions being interiors being replaced by shadows and shaders and that the game has become more flexible for the creative mind. Blockland has become a major part of my childhood that I'll always look back on in nostalgia and thank it because it's very likely the reason where I am today.

However, that was then. This is now.

The game can be very fun if you only plan on playing in single player or ONLY with friends. The community was already bad back then, but it's just gotten further down the ♥♥♥♥ter that it's become an achievement that it's capable of getting worse.

Join a multiplayer server and be greeting by a bunch of whiney middleschool children and egotistical teenagers.
Go to the forum and you'd absolutely ♥♥♥♥ing ♥♥♥♥ yourself from the amount of ignorance, ♥♥♥♥ throwing, drama, and just generic idiots that makes you very glad they aren't in a 10 mile radius from you.

It's very common to see an individual of any age act like he/she is a cream of the crop of the entire community and treat everyone as if they were subhuman.

Watch as the developer of the game be an absolute asshat to all his customers, which is probably the reason the entire community is more immature than the average whining toddler at a local mcdonalds. Banning people from the forums in a very immature and unprofressional manner is a common occurance.
Have a question and see the developer respond? Watch as you get a working resolution, but get immediatly shot down by being called an "idiot" and/or "go kill yourself" or any other insult you can think of. Nothing says good customer support like a good ol' "♥♥♥♥ you".

I know every game has it's share of horrible communities some games even being known for a bad community, but Blockland's community takes the cake for having a community fresh out of a cow's ♥♥♥ and has fermented in the sun for a good 10 years.

It's already a real shame that such a enjoyable experience-filled game loses it's quality because of not just the community, but by the developer itself.


Blockland is Nazi Germany. Everyone is Hitler.
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95 de 134 pessoas (71%) acharam esta análise útil
2.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 29 de setembro
Played since 2008, was a great game. (GAME FULL OF KIDS, LIKE SERIOUSLY.)

The loss of players and the lack of creators updates left it a partly-unfinished game leaving the community to mod their own gamemodes on their own. Yet ruining the game; Not a single update went out until last year, and yet as he says, he declares no more.

IF you buy this game, you wont get a whoop load of fantastic fun like you would back in 2009, the forum is nearly dead and the gamestyle is old, I promise it will be a bad experience and a waste of money; He's practically using it to leech his ten bucks every week. Making more SH**TY games, and he wont focus on one large project.

Return-To-Blockland began to stop using their free merchandise on blockland, because one of the lucky men keeping it alive was rewarded a promotion elsewere. Ruining the game even more it has less stinctive use and predictament to the game. Since then, thankful for all the modders and their helpful work. Knowingly now that it is a waste of work and it is loosing atleast a player a day.
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44 de 63 pessoas (70%) acharam esta análise útil
0.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 25 de setembro
I paid $1.81 and that was still too much.
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53 de 83 pessoas (64%) acharam esta análise útil
3.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 28 de setembro
I do not reccomend this game, the trailer is showcasing the most unlikely of things to happen in the game adn is a waste of money, trust me, i bought it adn barely ever play it. Although if you have many friends and a cool map this game could be good, but that is unlikely.
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85 de 140 pessoas (61%) acharam esta análise útil
255.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 1 de novembro
Blockland is a worth-it kind of game where you are this little character who is able to build his OWN GAME inside of the game. It's also worth it seeing the fact that you can meet people on the way rather by joining someone's game or making your own. It's honestly what it says. It's YOUR world with YOUR own rules.
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47 de 73 pessoas (64%) acharam esta análise útil
1.0 hrs registradas
Publicada: 28 de setembro
just no.

The term God awful has never seemed so apt.

edit: since so many people seem to agree with me id just like to point out that, yes, technically the game in the video is blockland but thats not the blockland youll be playing, youll be playing the version that has none of the cool stuff happening as in the video, youll be playing a racing game with aweful controls or lego: second life. *snore*
little web slinging, little actual building, dodgy tutorial that tells you, realistically, nothing. I dont care how cheap this is or if they are paying you to play, this is the bubonic plauge of gaming... f***ing stay away.
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55 de 91 pessoas (60%) acharam esta análise útil
14.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 27 de outubro
Before we even get started, some people might say "Oh, this looks like a Minecraft copy." but that is incorrect, as it was around way before Minecraft was even thought up of. It's not like Roblox either (Ah the famous Blockland vs Roblox wars...) because of the more solid platform and no subscription. So what is this then? Good question. I think Badspot, the creator of the game, can sum it up quite nicely:

"Blockland is an online multiplayer game where you build things with bricks.
It's like playing with legos on the internet."

In my mind, Blockland is one of the best construction/building sandbox games ever made. It is one of my personal favorites that I've played since 2007. I probably have over 600 hours ingame. (Not including Steam) You can do just about anything in this game, from FPS Team Deathmatches to racing to <variable>. Blockland is quite fun by itself, but the real reason you get it is for the high modability. Thousands of community creations keep the game interesting, and populated. Vehicles, weapons, gamemodes, scripts, events, this game has it all for customization. While singleplayer lets you experiment and test, multiplayer is where most people will choose to spend their time. There is always a server up for a specific type of play. (And they usually have good admins)

There is one part where Blockland has an issue...

The community is not amazing. (Most of the modders are amazing though) If you go on the official forums you will most likely see tons of hate/spam/garbage/negativity. The moderators do a good job of clearing out the useless and hurtful stuff, but I feel as if its always been like this. If you are like me, you really don't let it get to you; but I can see how it might be unacceptable to others.

Other than this (really) small issue, I completely and fully recommend Blockland to anybody that is even slightly interested in sandbox games or being creative.

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27 de 41 pessoas (66%) acharam esta análise útil
18.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 10 de novembro
A great sandbox game offering lots of fun in doing basically whatever you want.
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27 de 42 pessoas (64%) acharam esta análise útil
58.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 11 de novembro
Gr8 game. However, you must realize this game is nothing without addons. The tools and bricks included within the game are basic. If you decide to purchase this game then you gotta go to the offical forums and get some addons!
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48 de 81 pessoas (59%) acharam esta análise útil
42.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 30 de outubro
Makin' Pancakes, Makin' Lego Pancakes. Make Lego and I put it in a Pancake. Lego Pancakes, that's what I'm gonna make. LEGO PAAANCAAAAKES!

If you can find good mods for it, it's great. But they can be cumbersome to install and manage. What this game would really benefit from is Steam Workshop, but I don't foresee that happening.

I give a tenative recommendation to the Patient Builder who'll mod the game effectively.
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30 de 48 pessoas (63%) acharam esta análise útil
36.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 3 de novembro
I played this game back when it wasn't on Steam, I was one of those annoying five-years-olds who destroyed other people's stuff. I had a one month membership on this game, and I payed it non-stop (most likely over 200 hours total) for the short time I had it. After I ran out of the membership, I went to Roblox (bad idea, big war going on between Blockland and Roblox at that time). After I quit Roblox, I went to Minecraft. Then I (semi)quit Minecraft and went to Steam. After about two years on Steam, I found this game. I had wonderful flashbacks of how me and my cousin would destroy everything, and build it again, then destroy it, again and again and again. My previously mentioned cousin actually bought this game for me (props to you, my friend!) on steam and we played. Although a lot changed, almost to the point where I couldn't recognize it, I still had fun. The new maps were fun, the old maps were still fun, and the whole game had been transformed into a world of small communities and close friends. This is one of my favorite games right now, and I recommend it for my own story, but you should buy this game so you can make your own story, and in a few years, when you are a pro at Blockland, look back at this review and make your own. I know that sounds really cheesy, but seriously, we need to have fun with our games and tell the amazing times and adventures that we have in those games to show people why they should create their own. So, buy this game, right now. Make your own story. Make your own review. Do what I have done, tell others to do so. This is the perfect game for it, so much to do, so much to see. So, what are you waiting for, do it!
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15 de 21 pessoas (71%) acharam esta análise útil
113.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 17 de novembro
i made shreck in this game 100/10
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39 de 66 pessoas (59%) acharam esta análise útil
9.4 hrs registradas
Publicada: 1 de novembro
This was one of the first games I bought when I got my first computer that could handle games. It was also the game I played the most! Buy it. Buy it now.
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