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The Sandbox Gains New User-Created Campaign And New Controllable Elements

The Sandbox Gains New User-Created Campaign And New Controllable Elements

February 12, 2014
The Sandbox, the popular powder-and-falling-sand game for iOS, has just been updated with a new campaign and a number of new controllable elements. The new campaign in The Sandbox is none other than the free User-Created #2 campaign, which challenges you with the best levels made by the game's community of players. The latest update to The Sandbox also introduces six new elements, with which you can create more retro mini-games and advanced contraptions or technology worlds:
  • the Avatar, a controllable human –for the first time!
  • the Ninja, a very agile hero that jumps high and moves like a… ninja.
  • the Imp enemy, a hostile element whose purpose is to kill all humans and fight with the Ninja
  • 2 types of Platforms: Moving and Falling, an interactive element for creating new mini games
  • Light Prism element, to diffract any laser beam into the full color spectrum!
If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Furthermore, the update adds the new Quartz and Aluminite Lasers and brings several new daily quests. It also adds localization support in German and automatic world tagging, enabling you to search by category (Pixel Art, Music, or Gaming) in the online gallery. Also featuring a new app icon and including various bug fixes, the new version of The Sandbox is available now in the App Store for free. The game is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later. The Sandbox earned an AppAdvice Game of the Week honorable mention shortly after its release in May 2012. For more information on the game, check out our original review. See also: Boldly Go Where No Sandbox Gamer Has Gone Before In The Sandbox's New Campaign and Can You Survive The Robocalypse In The Sandbox?. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]

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