There's a surreal Green Inferno (opens in new tab) vibe that underlies the whole thing, should you get lost in the woods scavenging for food, building shelter from the weather, and aggressive club-toting mutants. fight. Not for kids.
In its ridiculously popular online sandbox, Roblox lets you build everything you can think of. Want to build a giant skyscraper only to see it blow up in spectacular fashion, or host a disco party with flashing lights and an on-stage DJ? Go for it.
As is the case in Minecraft, many trees will be killed on the way to build the shelter when you first start out in the 2D world of Terraria. But it's a necessary sacrifice, because there are things in this world that go bump in the night
While it's a strategy game, Castle Story's clever emphasis on your enemies doesn't mean you won't be building all kinds of structures in the process.
While "Minecraft with Dinosaurs" is probably a bit too little of a description, it certainly gives you an idea of what to expect from Ark: Survival Evolved. You regain consciousness on the beaches of a mysterious island group full of Jurassic beasts
Cube World has its roots in crafting and character progression, and takes place in a randomly generated world filled with blocks as far as the eye can see. There's a strong focus on cosmetic customization, with characters able to modify their armor and other wearables for spectacular self-expression.
The tagline for Starbound is a pretty good summation of what to expect: "Survive, Find, Explore and Fight." Plus, an infinite universe means there's loads of possibilities in its eclectic stack of 2D co-op gameplay, not least when it comes to shaping the world and discovering new places to set up shop.