Brick-Force is a free-to-play, browser-based multiplayer sandbox shooter from Exe Games and Infernum Productions with emphasis on fun. The cartoon play style of the world and characters looks like a cross between Minecraft, LEGOs, and Battlefield 2, making it unlike any other MMO shooter.
Brick-Force’s main draw is that players get to build the maps they battle on. These maps may be shared across social networks and will be playable across multiple platforms (iOS, Android, and the Web)!
Infernum has announced that today will mark the first major update to Brick-Force. "Brickstar" is the official name of the update and will bring new space-themed bricks, skyboxes, outfits and weapons as well as a gravity system and new interactive blocks. To celebrate the arrival of the new content, Infernum has released a new trailer.
In our latest developer play session, Grakulen checks out Brick-Force with Armin Papenfuss. See what you think!
We recently sat down with Brick Force game designer Armin Papenfuss to discuss the various gameplay modes available in the game and what the future holds for Brick Force.
Infernum Games has announced that Brick-Force, its F2P "Minecraft with Guns" shooter is now in live service after successful beta testing. Over a million folks have registered to try it out. Have you?
Infernum is ready to reveal new information about its upcoming title, Brick-Force. During this year's E3 convention in Los Angeles, the Internum team will show off updates to the game client, two new shooter modes, interface reworks and loads of improvements to game mechanics. The team is also poised to release the official date for the commencement of the open beta.