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‘FortressCraft: Evolved’ Developer: Designing is faster than ‘MineCraft’

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“FortressCraft: Evolved” developer Adam Sawkins said designing in the game will be faster than creating in “MineCraft.”

With a series of gameplay improvements including TwitchTV integration and Build2Me, an interesting building feature that allows you to guide your cursor to a specific point you’d like to build, Sawkins says you can have your world set up in an hour or two.

“My motto is that FortressCraft should be limited by your imagination, not your time,” Sawkins told Examiner yesterday. “The Copy/Paste stuff lets you design 1 floor of a building, turn that into a skyscraper in a matter of seconds, then duplicate that skyscraper a thousand times. This means you've skipped all the boring stuff, and after an hour or two of setting up, you're already into the detailed design and unique features per building. When you look at the Game of Thrones or Zelda maps in ‘Minecraft’ - those things are amazing, but they've taken 10, 20, 30, 50, a 100 people multiple months to make. My goal is to allow people to create the same sort of incredible epic structures in a fraction of the time.”

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