Manic Digger is an open-source implementation of block-building games as made famous by Minecraft. Manic Digger aims to be a generic platform ontop of which you can create your own game-types and scenerios. Through server-side scripting, any type of block-building game should be possible.
Not bad, Could be better, but, Not bad.
Judt tried this, its really quite good but needs some work still, I had to register to let you know- thank you i will follow!
It may not seem great now. But eventually it will have a huge upper-hand over MineCraft.
After spending some time both playing and developing this game I have to say I'm kinda addicted :)
Recently there's been a lot of changes both in gameplay as well as in graphics. Unfortunately these aren't officially released yet (have a look at the forum).
I recommend this game for everyone looking for a block-building game that's free and not resource-hungry. The game can be run on Windows, Linux and Mac (using Mono).
It's definitely worth a try.
I gave a 10 to balance those fanboy spam.
I love it. I'll tell you why in the comments below :D
Ultimately, it's the perfect creative sandbox - I've spent literal HOURS fiddling away. You become marvellously OCD about tunnelling too - great fun! :D
Too imperfect. Maybe with time it will get better, but for now that's all I can give it.
Stole it RIGHT from minecraft, Yet to notice one difference...
You stole minecraft.
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