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Game similar to Minecraft

By Kothas
Jun 14, 2011
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  1. Hello,
    I tried Minecraft demo and I liked it, but now it's not free so I want to find simiar game to it. I found Neverdaunt:8bit, but maybe you know more similar games to it?
  2. Relic

    Relic TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,392   +16

    You could try Terraria, while it's not free ($10 on Steam) it's very much the same as Minecraft except it's 2D based.
  3. Alexexex

    Alexexex TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 124

    Lol Terraria is the bomb... for a week or so, until you get all the items and it kinda get like meh... But I played it a good 70 hours for that week... Too bad it was exam week though... :/
  4. Relic

    Relic TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,392   +16

    That can be said about most games imo, but ya it can get dull once you get everything. Personally I'm about 40hrs in and have most of the high level tier gear, but still enjoying it :D.

    Heh happens, hope you still studied :) .
  5. Atham

    Atham TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 520

    Hehe.

    Terreria is the game you need. You can get Minecraft for free though!
  6. HellGamer2000

    HellGamer2000 Newcomer, in training

    ...

    I have no idea but if there was a Minecraft with better graphics no one will play Minecraft anymore.
  7. NoTTaShoT

    NoTTaShoT Newcomer, in training Posts: 54


    You can also look into Fortresscraft. (an XBOX 360 close of MC)
  8. Anni

    Anni Newcomer, in training

    i heard from some friends that they got minecraft for free somehow.
    terraria is for free but u get bored from it faster than minecraft ._.
  9. den4ever

    den4ever Newcomer, in training

    Although I havent played it, I heard Terraria is similar to Minecraft.

    Also, look for a flash game called Scuba, it does have an end and its not as fun as Minecraft, but the developer was inspired by Minecraft and Terraria.
  10. ninso

    ninso Newcomer, in training Posts: 29

    if you like sandbox games i advise gta san andreas or gmod (garrys mod)
  11. c3h899

    c3h899 Newcomer, in training Posts: 39

    Terraria is the recommendation here. It's a sandbox/creativity game. 300+ hr's logged.
     
  12. Antij

    Antij Newcomer, in training Posts: 22

    Terraria kicks Minecraft's ***. Got bored with Minecraft in a few days (I don't think the developers really thought through player progression that well, plus it liked to freeze up on my pc a lot, plus I got a corrupted chunk that destroyed my save, plus I hate having to replace items all the time), but played Terraria through and still go back to it occasionally. It's not free but the $10 is a pittance for the several weeks (months?) of fun and diverse and non-buggy gameplay I got out of it. Plus the custom and adventure maps give you something to do when you've finished. Even was fun to try to restart with nothing from the beginning.
  13. AqworldThunder

    AqworldThunder Newcomer, in training



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