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By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Creative sandbox blocks beg for more options.

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Is It Any Good?

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Those who are seeking a relaxed building platform with no goals, timers, or challenges have certainly found it here, but more options would make it more fun. There's something nice about having the time and space to create what you want without pressures or prescribed outcomes. Kiloblocks has a peaceful vibe and relatively easy controls. But after building for awhile, it doesn't quite feel like enough. It would be nice to have more environment choices, for example, such as snow, or mountains, or desert. And you start to wish that you could choose your favorite materials rather than scrolling through all of the options to add just one more brick. Maybe users could have the option to save structures they make to use in other worlds, or even the ability to design their own blocks in-game, so they could follow their imagination. Simplicity is lovely, but Kiloblocks might be just a bit too simple for the price tag. Parents may want to try out the Lite version before plunking down the fee for this one.

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