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IGN Preview: Patterns Could Be the Next Minecraft

The world itself is dramatically different from Minecraft, specifically because it's composed of triangular tiles instead of blocks (additionally inspired by many of the designers' time spent with toys called Magna-Tiles). Seriously, while it may sound like a minor distinction at first, a world constructed of triangular tiles opens up a host of possibilities for how it can be shaped. Tiles can be used to create cubes, but over the course of exploring the world of patterns your character will collect special blocks that teach patterns like pyramids, tetrahedrons and more.

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