Kiloblocks Lite Description
Built whatever you like with Kiloblocks, a detailed Sandbox simulation game.
Kiloblocks Lite keeps things simple with the same blocky graphics you might be used to if you play Minecraft and titles like it.
- Price: Free
- Category: Adventure
- Developer: Andrzej Chomiak
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How To Uninstall
- Tap Settings Menu
- Open The Application Manager
- Select The App
- Press "Uninstall"
- Tap & Hold App Icon
- Wait Until All App Icons Wiggle
- Release & Tap Small "X" Icon Above App
- Open The "Apps List"
- Select App To Remove
- Wait For Menu To Open
- Tap "Uninstall" In Newly Opened Menu
- Confirm "Yes" To Uninstall App
Kiloblocks Lite Review
There is something very relaxing about creating a virtual world of your own when playing any simulation game. Although there might be plenty of options on the mobile market these days, I find myself gravitating more towards the simple titles like Minecraft.
You won't have to worry about monsters or other players ruining your structures either as Kiloblocks Lite gives you the peace and quiet you need.
No interruptions, no distracting ads or interface setups, and no monotonous quests to power through. Simply build your world and enjoy exploring it!
Building A World Of Your Own
There are several different terrains in the game and even more block styles to choose from. You can create anything from a cozy cabin in the woods, to a skyscraper in a crowded city.
My favorite part about playing Kiloblocks Lite is that you are only limited by your imagination. That means as long as you can conjure a structure in your head, you can bring it to life in the game.
On top of having several block designs to choose from, there are trees, flowers, and other flora that you can add to your world to change up the look of your terrain in different locations.
Simulation games like Kiloblocks Lite are an excellent family-friendly option for those who have children with a broad imagination. The only downfall to some of the other titles in the mobile market is that the user interface tends to be a bit confusing for younger players.
When you play Kiloblocks Lite, the first thing you'll notice is the low-key interface that keeps things as simple as possible. There is a directional pad on the far side of the screen for simple navigation around the terrain and a menu option that will open up all of your tools and options.
Pay To Save
The only thing that bothers me about Kiloblocks Lite is that you have to pay a fee if you want to be able to save your game. This means that every time you open up the app in the free version, you'll have to start from scratch.
Kiloblocks Lite can be rather entertaining for creative players, but be prepared to shell out some real cash if you want to be able to save your progress in the game.
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