Boom. There you go. I also recoded the entire 3rd Person Controller. Now it's a lot more like LEGO Universe but it also has a bunch of new bugs as shown in the video.Read more >
I'm original.... not.Read more >
Well, uh... hmmmm. LEGO really does want to make their own stuff, huh?
The game's currently in early access: http://store.steampowered.com/app/332310/
It's basically Minecraft but for LEGO. It's easier to build and is currently only for single player. Multiplayer is on their roadmap.
Best played with a controller like all other LEGO games. The game's targeting the younger generation, as usual.
It's not like LEGO Universe. This one's focusing all on the building and creations. You don't get the MMO or leveling up feels. You don't really have an inventory either. Once you unlock the items, vehicles, creatures, and sets, you just need to buy them. That's it. You keep everything you have. + Infinitely generated world
+ Build anything
- No RPG
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Whew, had me there for a bit, Unity. I'm glad you made a comeback against Unreal Engine 4.
Unity 5 is now released for everyone to access and download.
The "Free" version of Unity is now "Personal." You now get all the features of Pro with the limitation of the Unity splashscreen when you run the game. There's also the revenue thing but we don't care for our purpose.
I recommend everyone to download Unity 5 Personal and mess around with it.Read more >
What the title says.
After I spent $262.75 on Unity Asset Store, UE4 goes free....
Let's see what Unity has to offer tomorrow in GDC. It better not let me down.Read more >