Are there any good voxel games out there? and i mean actual voxels, not...

Nicholas Turner
Nicholas Turner

are there any good voxel games out there?
and i mean actual voxels, not minecraft cubes

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Sebastian Johnson
Sebastian Johnson

Outcast

Mason Bailey
Mason Bailey

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Joseph Howard
Joseph Howard

Build and shoot is neat but it has the whole minecrafty building mechanics

Blake Gutierrez
Blake Gutierrez

I mean voxel games as in, the option to build/terraform with the voxels, not just voxel graphics
that's exactly the kind of voxels i don't want

Ethan Long
Ethan Long

i mean actual voxels, not minecraft cubes
Is there a difference?

Parker Price
Parker Price

volumetric pixels aren't the same as a bunch of cubes

Daniel Mitchell
Daniel Mitchell

voxeltron is ok last time i checked

Isaiah Brown
Isaiah Brown

Landmark is a good building game if you are into that. Not that good at anything else.
Worms 4 mayhem wasn't that bad either. Although many people dislike it due to being 3D and not original worms style 2D.

John Campbell
John Campbell

There isn't much difference. You may argue voxels can't have textures on them, or can only be literal cubes, but that's it.
Voxlap is a voxel engine made by Ken Silverman and it was used in Ace of Spades. When you play the game the voxels are so big they look like cubes, but they are actual voxels. Scale doesn't matter.
Look for Voxlap games, like Voxelstein 3D or AoS. You may also want to try Cube World.

Nathaniel Taylor
Nathaniel Taylor

i just wanted more detail, not being limited to cubes
if voxel quest was out, that would be my ideal

Liam Jackson
Liam Jackson

Voxelstein 3D
actually just tried that out, definitely something i'm looking for
destroy the support for doors in order to open them
fun

Hudson Rogers
Hudson Rogers

Build engine game use voxels

Adrian Young
Adrian Young

voxel quest looked cool but 1 it's not much of a game right now, and 2 the dev pretty much gave up

Henry Clark
Henry Clark

Voxels can have textures. Minecraft isn't voxels simply because voxels are supposed to be the smallest 3D art unit yet Minecraft can't decide if it wants to be fully block-based or also have more detailed models such as the Ender Dragon, which aren't built with voxels.

It would be more or less like having sub-pixel vector graphics on top of a sprite. They don't even use the same technology, and you can't really call the pixel the "smallest unit of 2D information" if there is something even smaller in the image.

Daniel Moore
Daniel Moore

7 Days to Die has a pretty neat Voxel system going on. Looks pretty good.

Games still in early access though.

Xavier Williams
Xavier Williams

subnautica has voxel-based terraforming and you get to do other stuff too

Joshua Richardson
Joshua Richardson

They are removing that, as it only causes frame drops and doesn't really do anything.

Jaxson Howard
Jaxson Howard

the dev pretty much gave up
last update was in february, i think there's still hope
i did comment on one of his videos about an open beta and he replied, so i don't think it's dead yet

Easton Davis
Easton Davis

just make your own game engine!

I hate the faggots who say this. look how much work this guy did and he failed miserably.

Nolan Hall
Nolan Hall

he's going to make it open source. still looks dead in the water though.

Aaron Robinson
Aaron Robinson

Amok for the Saturn. I really liked it back in the day. Hard as nails, interesting visuals, cool Jesper Kyd soundtrack. The Iso Zone has the DOS version, but I've never tried it.

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