One Million Worlds is a block world, but unlike other block worlds it’s not focused on buildings and architecture but on machines and movement. One Million Worlds is a blockworld with physics which means you can create things that not only look cool but are cool, because they work.
## About This Game
One Million Worlds is a block world, but unlike other block worlds it’s not
focused on buildings and architecture but on machines and movement.
Want to build a space ship that works? Absolutely!
Want to build a hidden landing pad for it that opens up from the hillside? You
can have that to!
Want a tree to actually fall over when you cut it down (you’d think that would
go without saying)? Obviously!
One Million Worlds is a blockworld with physics which means you can create
things that not only look cool but are cool, because they work. Things like
But you can start small and simple
That’s a ship, really simple, could be put together in a couple of minutes,
and that can fly!
The game is built with simple pieces that let you build whatever machines you
can imagine; thrusters, rails, axels and then you can wire them up so they all
behave and work how you want them to. There are even command chairs that bind
to the keyboard keys so the machines you build can work just like built-in
vehicles in other games.
That said, not everything is going to be your friend…
Maybe its time to add some weapons to your ships.
* A game without preset models where you can build whatever you can imagine, and make it work as well.
* A world with computer controlled machines and creatures (when the game is fully released it will be “filled with” for now its just “with”).
* Computer controlled machines are built from blocks, so you can re-purpose them for your own use, or if you destroy them they are destroyed realistically.
|Minimum System Requirements||Recommended System Requirements|
|CPU||Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-M480 2.6GHz Dual Core||Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ 2.60GHz Quad Core|
|RAM||6 GB RAM||8 GB RAM|
|OS||Windows 7+ 64 bit||Windows 7+ 64 bit|
|Graphics Card||NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070|
|HDD Space||5 GB available space||5 GB available space|
|Game Analysis||The minimum memory requirement for One Million Worlds is 6 GB of RAM installed in your computer. Additionally, the game developers recommend somewhere around 8 GB of RAM in your system. In terms of game file size, you will need at least 5 GB of free disk space available. The cheapest graphics card you can play it on is an NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M. Futhermore, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 is recommended in order to run One Million Worlds with the highest settings. An Intel Core i5-650 CPU is required at a minimum to run One Million Worlds. Whereas, an Intel Core i7-6700HQ is recommended in order to run it. One Million Worlds will run on PC system with Windows 7+ 64 bit and upwards.|