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Definitely Terraria, Factorio, or Project Zomboid.
Kerbal Space Program
is rather cool and fully open-source.
Dyson Sphere Program - more of a factory builder than a sandbox I guess but it is sandbox in a way
Also Garry’s mod - showing my age here but this was the classic sandbox game I grew up with
Considering 250GB of mods, Skyrim lol.
What defines a sandbox for you?-
IMO sandbox games are games in which players have the freedom to do things that make gameplay non-linear, such as exploring the world or building structures. Sandbox games can also be based entirely on player creativity, like creating levels or even entire game modes (or games) within a game
ah, then we have a pretty similar definition :)
Minest is a lot of fun
openTTD is fun if you want to harrass an abstraction of a city
Unciv is pretty cool. It’s a open source civilization building game. Pretty entertaining with all the various mods it have
Stormworks: Build and Rescue!
i really want to like this game and i have reinstalled it at least a half dozen times now but i always end up extremely frustrated with it
Oh really? Why ? 🥺
i think i just suck at these kinds of games really… like i want to be able to build awesome things and it turns out to be a lot of work and I’m just not good at it
The classic ==> its evolution…
Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero ==> Burnout Paradise
Phantasy Star Online ==> Borderlands 2 (online co-op)
Perfect Dark ==> Battlefield 3 (online multiplayer)
cool question georgy :)
[ whoever down-voted this - I’m curious to know why? ]
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