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Have any one started playing it? What you guy think of it? I had plenty of fun so far, for me this is the game Lego Universe should have been. Here're some links from the game and my creations: http://store.steampowered.com/app/332310 http://steamcommunity.com/id/sir_kerub/screenshots/?appid=332310
This is a topic for discussing the new Lego video game, Lego Worlds! What do you think of the game? On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate it? In comparison to other Lego games, how good is it? What have you built in the game? What's your favorite part about the game? Are you looking forward to getting it or do you already have it? What would you want to see added to the game? I'm really really REALLY excited about Lego Worlds and can't wait to buy it! From the videos I've seen of it, it looks awesome! Here are some things I would want to be added to the game (that aren't already going to be added like LDD model importing (which is already possible through a manual method) and online multiplayer): CCBS/Constraction PartsMore NPCs and animals (all the collectable minifigures ever released, pigs, and chickens)Minecraft sets (because placing the Lego form of the "Lego of the digital world" in a digital Lego world would be wonderfully meta and hilarious)Lego Dimensions character support (Dimensions minifigs can come with codes you can enter to unlock them in Worlds)At least one Lego Universe or Lego Island easter egg/referenceThe ability to play as a Hero Factory minifigure (or possibly Bionicle minifigs, should that ever happen? Lego Friends is already a thing with a bit of minor modding to unlock unused characters)The ability to custom-generate worlds, such as a superflat world or one-biome-only world, like in Minecraft.Some sort of equivalent to Minecraft's Redstone of the Lego Universe Property Behaviors to allow for custom interactivity and contraptions. I want this the most.Feel free to discuss your thoughts and opinions on Lego Worlds! Technical Stuff: For modders and people wanting to skip collecting everything. How to unlock any character or vehicle, including unused ones (Become a Lego Friend! ) How to fly and change jumpheight, as well as walk under the ocean and other abilites How to import LDD models Other important technical info (thanks to here): The game renders using chunks like in Minecraft. Each chunk is 32x32 studs.When you first start playing on a world, you will spawn somewhere near 2,048 X-coordiante and 2,048 Z-coordinate. This seems to imply that the worlds are 4,096x4,096 chunks, assuming X: 2,048 & Z: 2,048 is the center of the world. This would mean that worlds are 65,536 studs long.Trying to go outside the map boundaries will crash the game. This is confirmed for going to chunk -1 on the X-axis, and is presumably also true for the Z-axis and for chunk 4,096 in each axis.The chunk filenames are 24-bit integers and each axis is 12-bits, interleaved. So a filename for a chunk would be in this format: "XZXZXZXZXZXZXZXZXZXZXZXZ".The game saves any unmodified chunks, as well as whatever was in memory when you quit, AKA the nearest chunks and everything within a short distance from you. This means the game will load in the area around you quickly when you return to the game. Unmodified chunks that are not loaded in memory will not be saved and will be re-generated from the world's seed as you travel near them when you reload the world.
Day 01: The Adventure Begins I have decided to keep a log of my new adventure until it reaches its conclusion, since it is pretty interesting. I forgot my name while sleeping, but that’s cool. My name was always Link before, right? Everybody seems to call me that, so I certainly hope so. I accidentally slept in again, but luckily the Captain forgot his sword at the blacksmith’s; I was “punished” with taking the sword back to him instead, only… well, I haven’t seen the Captain since. By the time I had tracked him down to the Sanctuary, some weirdo calling himself Yuga had gotten there before me and turned the Captain into a painting. I tried to stop him from doing the same to Seres, but he just tossed me aside like a bag of rocks. Apparently she was a descendant of the Seven Sages from the past, but I sure wasn’t given much time to think on that! I was rescued by a strange merchant known as Ravio, and he leant me a Bow & Arrow to aid me in my search of another Sage, Osfala (but I’ll get back to him later). He also gave me a bracelet that smells like wet dogs, but he refused to let me give it back. I visited Hyrule Castle first. Before I informed the Princess of what happened, I got to look at these really cool paintings about some battle between good and evil long ago. I told Zelda about what happened at the Sanctuary and she gave me this green pendant and told me to search out Sahasrahla, the elder of Kakariko Village. I dunno what he does, but the moment I got there he told me to go find this Osfala dude. I’d probably be the same if I had that much power, but that Osfala dude was pretty egotistical. Why Sahasrahla was worried about him I don’t even know, but let’s just say I didn’t quite make it to Osfala in time… or rather, I did, but he wouldn’t listen to me. By the time I caught up with him Yuga had turned him into a painting as well…. I fought Yuga, but he defeated me easily and turned me into a painting as well. Luckily, that bracelet Ravio gave me must have some weird magic stuff going on, because I was able to pull myself free of the wall! I can become a painting on walls now, but it’s still kinda weird. What if it rains? Will I melt off the wall? Hyrule Castle has been overtaken by Yuga, so I must go off in search of these pendants of something or other, I suppose. Apparently I’m the only one who can stop Yuga – but I gotta wonder why I can’t have a couple guards help me, or maybe the Blacksmith. Heck, Ravio is the one renting all these items to me, why can’t it be him? Regardless – whatever is going on here, I’m going to find out. And once I do, I am probably going to be suckered into continuing this adventure. Peace out. -Link PS. Here’s one of those paintings I was talking about. Pretty cool, huh? This will be a (hopefully daily) series logging my adventures in The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds as Link.