Planets³, A RPG For Creative Squares
Simply put Planets³ is a 3D open-world voxel-based RPG, with a strong focus on crafting the world around you in many cube-based forms. The game, being developed by Cubical Drift, is in the early stages of development and wants to offer both the freedom to create a boundless world with amazing construction possibilities, with an exciting RPG experience. In these early days of the project’s development, Planets³ has been making strides with funding on Kickstarter, bringing in impressive crowdfunding support.
This is how Cubical Drift defines the project:
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Imagined by video game lovers, Planets³ (pronounced «planetscube») combines the excitement of role playing with the pleasure of construction and the boundless freedom to roam about in a 3D universe. Its intricate plot and outstanding voxel based design offers opportunities for intense action and unlimited creativity. Planets³ has been designed to promote multi-player gameplay, to share the fun with friends.
What is noteworthy of this project is that it takes the building blocks (excuse the pun) of a game like Minecraft, which has helped forge the crafting open-world game over these last few years, and posits new directions for gameplay mechanics. In Planets³, you’ll be able to explore dungeons on different levels of the voxel-based world, acquire different jobs and specialites, craft weapons, armour, vehicles, improve your activities through merely pursuing an activity. Essentially the more experienced you become the better your character will be in the world.
There will be incentives like loot, minerals and treasures waiting for you and egging you on to explore the whole world. This is further promoted by a far bigger RPG focus than what can be found in other craft-centric games like the ever popular Minecraft. Planets³ doesn’t want to reinvent the wheel, but rather improve with some very intriguing gameplay mechanics. It will be exciting to see what happens with this project in the near future. In the meantime, you can head over to Planets³’s Kickstarter page to learn more.