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Submitted by JBedford 957d ago | review

The Blockheads Review (Modojo)

Starting with the obvious, The Blockheads is an awful lot like Minecraft in many ways. You enter a randomly-generated world that's stuffed to the brim with chippable blocks. Every block is a potential ingredient that can be used to build within - or more efficiently destroy - the world. You'll need various crafting tables to make these new objects too, and this blocky world is sporadically enlivened with gentle music as it passes through its day and night cycle. Even the main character of the game bears more than a passing resemblance to Minecraft's. (iPad, iPhone, The Blockheads) 4/5

Snookies12  +   958d ago
So... It's Minecraft.
Relientk77  +   957d ago
pretty much lol

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