Blockworld RPG CraftWorld Now Available for Windows Phone 7
There are a few good games available on the Windows Phone 7 platform. More is always better.
It is with that in mind that XDA Recognized Developer danthekilla has created and released a new game called CraftWorld. It is a blockworld RPG much in the style of the already popular Minecraft and, according to danthekilla, features the following:
It has many unique features such as its dynamic book system and scripting console as well as many other things like cameras, trapdoors, paintings, complex crafting and much more.
It also gets updated every single week with new features based on what the community wants.
Best of all it is free to play!
You can’t beat features like “updated weekly” and “free”. Additionally, it’s also an infinite world so you’ll never run out of space to build things.
Fort those who are interested, you can find follow the link to the original thread for additional info and screen shots along with links to the Zune Marketplace so you can download the app. It is also a spot where fans of the game can request new features, so if you check it out and want to see something, the original thread is a spot for you!
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