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Sandbox science fiction video game previously under development by Mojang AB. Wikipedia

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  • Planet Nomads

    2017 science fiction sandbox video game developed by Craneballs Studio. Astronaut who crash-lands on an extraterrestrial planet. Wikipedia

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    Sandbox, science fiction, multiplayer survival game, the development of which was announced on December 10, 2015. Originally under development by independent game company Nvizzio Creations, and has been published by Darewise Entertainment. Wikipedia

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    Upcoming sandbox role-playing video game in development by Hypixel Studios. Planned to be released for Microsoft Windows and macOS in 2021. Wikipedia

  • Crown and Council

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  • Minecraft Earth

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  • Solar 2

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  • Canceled sandbox zombie video game developed by Sandswept Studios. To be similar to other survival games. Wikipedia

  • Cobalt (video game)

    Action side-scrolling video game developed by Oxeye Game Studio and published by Mojang. Released on 2 February 2016 for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 and the Xbox One consoles. Wikipedia

  • Castle Story

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  • Wasteland (video game)

    Science fiction open world role-playing video game developed by Interplay and published by Electronic Arts in 1988. Set in a futuristic, post-apocalyptic America destroyed by nuclear holocaust generations before. Wikipedia

  • Minecraft Dungeons

    Upcoming action role-playing game developed by Mojang and published by Xbox Game Studios. The game will be released for macOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox One in April 2020. Wikipedia

  • StarCraft: Ghost

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  • Indie sandbox video game developed and published by Cypronia. Released for the Wii U in June 2015, and should be released for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Wikipedia

  • Battlecruiser 3000AD

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  • Minecraft: Story Mode

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Sentences for0x10c

  • Persson detailed in April that the game's title was 0x10 c and that it would be set in the year 281,474,976,712,644 AD of a parallel universe.Mojang-Wikipedia
  • Persson and Rosenfeld worked together again after Minecrafts success on the creation of a new game, titled 0x10 c . The game was never released, with Persson halting production indefinitely in August 2013.C418-Wikipedia

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