Blockland is a sandbox multiplayer game that was first released in 2004 and released commercially in 2007. In the game, players get to build their own structures using building blocks that are similar to Lego pieces. Players do not have goals or missions to complete, which allows them to play the game however they want. Properties of the building blocks that are available in the game can be changed according to the player’s preferences. Although there are not set missions, players can engage in different gameplay modes, such as survival and death match. The game can be played in single player mode or multiplayer mode through LAN (Local Area Network) or via the Internet.
Aside from the building blocks and other elements that are already included in the game, players can also add modified content, such as commands, effects, building block types, vehicles, and weapons. This allows players to create even more structures without restrictions from the tools available. The full version of the game can accommodate up to 100 players at the same time.
Here are the other main features of the game:
• Support for constructing structures using macros
• Has a mini-game system
• Built-in physics engine for more realistic game experience