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- retro style pixel art!
- beautiful sound tracks from Bright Primate
- intuitive controls: swipe to move and tap to interact with everything!
- dynamic day/night cycle
- never get lost with customizable signs
- advanced farming system with more than 30 different plant types
- 135+ recipes for cookable foods!
- tint cloth blocks with 15 color dyes
- underground biomes with unique graphic style and monsters.
- placeable and throwable explosives that can destroy buildings, landscapes and monsters!
- critters and enemies to fight (more than 60 different mobs!)
- a fully featured lighting system together with many different sources of light and global lighting
- 3 slots for infinite worlds that you can generate and explore, every world is different from any other!
- procedural generation which creates beautiful worlds with plants, caves, different biomes all around the world
- a double layered world which allows to customize background and foreground of your creations
- many ores and shiny gems to help your adventure
- many hidden containers full of treasures
- more than 1000 treasures!
- more than 600 crafts!
- more than 380 block types
- many elements to decorate your houses (like sofas, tables, wardrobes, paintings, statues and many others)
- an in-game discoverable book to teach you how to play and the recipes available
- shelfs to place items around just to make your buildings shine
- minimap (with a really zoomed out feature to allow you to share your creations)
- runs fine on older gen hardware
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