Mini World is a 3D free-to-play sandbox game about adventure, exploration, and creating your dream worlds. There is no grinding or leveling up. No IAP gate that locks features from free to play players. Everyone can enjoy the game’s full features with great freedom
Collect resources, build tools and shelters to survive. Keep crafting and upgrading and you eventually will have a chance to challenge epic monsters in the Dungeon, alone or with friends
Players are given all the sources from the start. By placing or removing blocks, you can build a floating castle, a mechanism that harvest automatically or a map that plays music. Sky’s the limit
Play Games made by the community
Want to play something quick? just hop on some fun mini-games made my our players. The featured mini-games are field tested maps hand-picked by our hardcore fans. Mini-games come in different genres: parkour, puzzle, FPS, or strategy. They are lots of fun and it’s a great way to make some friends online
♦ Updates – new contents and events update every month
♦ Offline Single Player and Online Multiplayer – the player can choose to play solo without Wifi or hop online and play with friends
♦ Enormous Sandbox World – explore an expansive sandbox world with a variety of unique monsters, blocks, materials, and mines.
♦ Powerful game-editor – there are various types of mini-games, spanning from parkour, to puzzle, to FPS,to strategy, etc… all can be created in the ingame-editor
♦ Gallery – you can upload or download games or maps you made to the Gallery for others to download and play, or have a look at the hottest maps by other players
♦ Game mode – survival mode, creation mode or mini games created by other players
♦ Localization Support – the game now supports up to 14 languages: English, Thai, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Russian, Turkish, Italian, German, Indonesian and Chinese.
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Developer email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CS email: MiniworldCustomerService@gmail.com
Fixed some crashes and ANRs