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Rising World






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Rising World





Rising World is an open-world sandbox game with randomly generated, fully destructible environments.

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Rising World is an open-world sandbox game with randomly generated, fully destructible environments.

Starting with the most basic of tools, collect resources to survive in the wildness. Evolve your world to create one of the biggest cities of all time or a gigantic castle, or simply let your imagination run riot! If being creative is all too much, just connect with your friends and get them to help.

Anything is possible!

Rising World is a procedurally generated world, with fully textures landscapes, over 200 different building materials, loads of tools and many other items to help you create OR destroy your world without any restrictions.

Key Features:

  • Randomly generated worlds
  • Completely modifiable environment
  • Both single and multi-player modes
  • 200 different building materials
  • Place customised images in your world
  • Complex and deep network of underground caves
  • Environmental physics - trees animals and multiple other items
  • Interact with just about everything, right down to playing the piano!
  • Day-night-cycle
  • Serverside script support (LUA)
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Action, Mac, Linux
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
English, German
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Minimum Requirements
  • CPU: 2+ Cores (e.g. Intel Core i3)
  • Memory: 3 GB Ram
  • Hard drive: 500 MB free space
  • Java verison: Java 7 or higher
  • Graphics card: 1024 MB VRAM, OpenGL 2.1* compatible (e.g. NVIDIA GeForce GT 120, Intel HD 4000)
  • Operating System: Windows, Linux, MacOS
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A more exploration, less pixel Realistic Minecraft

This is a great game for those who love the exploration side of Minecraft, and want to play a new game. Sure, its crafting isn't as deep as Minecraft's is, but the world feels much more realistic and interactive. The game runs around 100 FPS on my system (I don't know why this is, I have it on the highest settings), which is definitely a plus. The game feels much more real than it first seems. After playing the game for several hours, you will definitely get into your unnamed character. I am very surprised that more people aren't talking about this game, it's an easy recommendation!

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