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Given the popularity of first person shooters and Minecraft, it’s rather unsurprising to see plenty of games now combining the two efforts in some voxel-based games. Hence, this marks the release of Brick-Force: A free-to-play browser game that matches said description.
After some rigorous Beta testing, the game developed by Korean people over at EXE games launched to over a million registrations. The multiplayer shooter has both game modes against players or environment. In a sandbox mode, players can also build their own customized maps and share these with the community.
A mode called Build ‘n’ Destroy will pit two teams of players against each other in two stages. In the first stage, the teams will be divided by an opaque barrier, behind which constructions for that side can be built. After that phase is over and defenses have been built, the barrier disappears and building tools get replaced with deadly firearms, which mean it’s time to kill. This process gets repeated five times, to ensure tactical adaptations of one’s base, reinforcement, turret placement and so on. The team that has the most kills in the end wins the lot.
Brick Force is free to play on PC (and Mac), but premium accounts are also available that yield bonuses such as free weapons and experience boosts. The launch version now also features upgrade possibilities for weapons and outfits, along with an updated visual style. Get your Minecraft shooting on right here.