Most notably, the new update introduces the Brainiac, a new multi-pixel element that you can move to fit into several bodies.
According to Pixowl, the Brainiac lets you:
- Craft Dynamic Contraptions
- Use it with our interactive blueprints such as vehicles, robots and various machines
- Make your own multi-pixels combination with existing elements and assemble them, move them, transport materials or activate separate actions
With the Brainiac come eight interactive bodies that can be connected with it: Spaceship, Plane, Flying Car, UFO, Train, Drill, Mechcloud, and Kamikaze Drone.
The latest update to The Sandbox also enables you to create doors with Gate and Gate Control, and shoot Rockets to destroy worlds with the Launcher.
The update, by the way, introduces not one, but two new campaigns, for a total of 17 new levels.
Check out what’s new in the new version of The Sandbox in this video:
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The new version of the game also includes UI tweaks, new music, a new icon, and various bug fixes.
The Sandbox was previously updated by Pixowl last July with volume two of the Sandmix campaign, featuring top mini-games.
As reported later that month, Pixowl had also been developing a new mobile simulation game based on Jim Davis’ Garfield franchise, called Garfield: Survival of the Fattest.