LEGO, in conjunction with Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment, this week released a Minecraft-type world-building game on Steam called LEGO Worlds. LEGO Worlds lets kids and kids-at-heart build using virtual bricks in a sandbox environment. Steam is a game distribution platform that lets you buy once and play anywhere.
LEGO Worlds automatically generates worlds, but players can use a custom brick editor to modify the world in whatever way they want. Players can also uncover hidden treasures, customize characters, and ride on a variety of vehicles and creatures.
Produced by TT Games, which has produced other games for LEGO, LEGO Worlds costs $14.99 through Steam’s Early Access program and is available for Windows computers. For more information, visit LEGO Worlds. To purchase the game, visit Steam.