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Eden World Builder is a block-based building game for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch , where you can build amazing worlds and share them. This game was created by an Ari Ronen, and now by Kingly Software Inc, better known as Kingly Games. It has become a very popular amongst iOS users, and since its release, has risen to the top 50 of the App Stores charts.
In the game, the player controls an avatar, that can freely roam a "Normal World", or a "Flat World", upon creating one in the menu. The player can also destroy blocks with a pickaxe, burn certain blocks, paint blocks, and interact certain blocks,such as the Ladder or Vines, to explore the game.
At the start of the game, once the player chooses a world type, will enter a "World", or generated map, made entirely out of Blocks. The user can then build buildings, artwork, creations, objects, structures, vehicles, and anything else that can be thought of.
One of the major features in Eden are the Blocks. Which allow the user to build anything they can think of. Blocks are the most majorly important feature and the most prominant feature in Eden.
Tools are features in Eden which assist the user in manipulating and controlling the world in wich they play.
|Tools in Eden - World Builder|
|Pickaxe • Fire • Block Selector • Painting • Joystick • Jump • User Interface|
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Currently, Edeners everywhere are awaiting the release of the highly anticipated Update 2.0. This update is said to have a revamped world generator, new blocks, a brand new creature, and much more. (See the page Eden Update 2.0 )
- Eden is a very popular game for iOS Devices and usually ranks within the top75-50 apps on iTunes
- There is a possibility of Eden being released for Android.
- Minecraft and Eden are huge rivalsthrough their fans, and fans are often caught in fanboy wars. Some can be very nasty and result in insults, but each side has their peace keepers as well. The development teams themelves, however, have no hate for each other.
- The name "Eden" is likely derived from the Garden of Eden, which is described as a heavenly place.