Wii U game Stone Shire is clearly not a Minecraft clone

Not a similarity in sight

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Due to be released on the Wii U eShop some time in March, Stone Shire is a “Minecraft-like experience” from Finger Gun Games

In Stone Shire, which is very much its own game inspired by Minecraft and not a direct clone, players can punch wood, dirt and stone blocks to collect resources, crafting them into tools which allow the player to more effectively collect resources. Following this, you can use collected resources to build structures in a large, blocky open world.

Well, if you want to play Minecraft on Wii U, this is as close as you’re going to get for a while.


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