Let your imagination run wild and explore an infinite world in Mini World: Block Art, a ‘sandbox’ game similar to Minecraft (although much better looking). Play in the classic creative mode, where you’re immortal and can create anything at your whim, or see how long you can last as a more vulnerable character in survival mode. Either mode can be played alone or with other online players.
The gameplay in Mini World: Block Art is very similar to the aforementioned Minecraft. In other words, you can mine blocks from the environment to add them to your inventory, create dozens of different tools from all kinds of materials, and interact with tons of different elements in your environment. You can build pickaxes, shovels, swords … but also machine guns, drills, bows, and much, much more.
Mini World: Block Art is a ‘sandbox’ game that’s spectacular in every way. This game not only has outstanding graphics but an overwhelming number of items to interact with. As if that wasn’t enough, there’s also the option of playing with people from all over the world on the public servers, or with just yourself and friends on a private server. You could spend hours -maybe even days- playing this massive game.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL GAMES IN CHINA (2018)
In the world of videogames, sometimes we tend to be a bit shortsighted when it comes to evaluating the top games in the industry on a global level. After all, a game that’s a smash hit in Asia, may end up being unknown in the west, just like we mentioned a while ago with Crossfire. On Android, the geographical disparity is even more drastic since there are marketplaces that are exclusive to Asia like Quooapp and TapTap. That said, we’re going to try take a look far of to distant lands, by presenting the nine most played Android titles in China, courtesy of the trusty market studies completed by NewZoo.