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Brick-Force is a multiplayer-only FPS which incorporates some elements from Minecraft, most notably the blocky look (excluding the player characters and weapons which have more traditional models) and some level-building. The traditional multiplayer modes (deathmatch, team deathmatch, defusion and capture the flag) offer no specialities: players walk around in static maps (except glass bricks which can be destroyed) and shoot enemies. Players can build their own maps with the editor - Minecraft-style by walking around in first-person mode and placing bricks manually - which can be rated by other players and, if popular, the architect is rewarded with in-game currency. It can be also earned, along with experience points, by playing successful matches.

There are two special playing modes which incorporate those building elements: Build 'n Destroy are team deathmatch rounds which are separated by building rounds and Defense Mode is a Tower Defense variant. Both teams build up their defenses and have to guide their AI monsters to the target points within the enemy base. There are some special blocks to use like gravity-shifters, explosives or vertical/horizontal boosters.

Brick-Force is a free-to-play game and supports itself with an item shop where players can buy items. Many of those items can be bought with the in-game currency (force points), but of course there is also a second currency (tokens) bought with real money. Like most game of those kind, the exact items for sale change over time, but most of them are new equipment (e.g. weapons) and optical accessories. Also for sale are gems which are used to upgrade items. They are available in three sizes (the bigger the pricier; which size the player has to use depends on the character level), are applied randomly to an item in either the weapon or clothing category and have a chance to fail. Elite gems have to be bought with tokens and have none of the above downsides. The in-game currency also has to be spent to repair degrading weapons.

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GameStar (Germany) Windows Feb 26, 2013 53 out of 100 53

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