iBuilder is the ultimate building game!
Build castles, docks, mansions, seawalls, towers, and anything else you can imagine. Use over 60 different types of blocks to build your own city and your own world!
iBuilder is an incredible construction game that features:
- Random terrain generation
- Choose the number of islands and their height and width
- Choose the number of vegetation on each island
With iBuilder, you can quickly design an entire city with blocks, using our simple interface. You can move the camera 360 degrees, zoom, and pan in all directions. The game features realistic water effects, sky movement, and the sun even rotates throughout the day! The building materials are cement, brick, glass, tile, grass, bushes, rusted steel, stainless steel, gravel, dirt, sand, rock, and much more!
- Slots to save 3 worlds
- Choose any block texture you want
- Advanced OpenGL graphics with shading
- Music and sound effects
- High-resolution textures
- Made for all iOS devices
iBuilder is brought to you by the makers of iRollerCoaster and iBASEjump.
Have fun with iBuilder and build your dreams!
Build even bigger worlds now!
Updates for iOS10.
Ratings and Reviews
I personally did not like it, but I am going to assume the creators put at the very least SOME effort into it so I won’t trash it too badly. I saw this game and thought I would give it a try. I read the reviews and thought “it can’t be THAT bad, right?” Well, it depends what you are into. If you have ever played Minecraft and thought “You know what would make this game even better? No monsters or mods or any sign of life, just blocks!” This game is for you..
I played Minecraft for a couple of years. This game has the same basic concept, but they're both very different. I actually kind of prefer the building function on this game over Minecraft. While there's no actual ingame character, you can zoom in and out, and rotate the camera on a fixed point. I love how the blocks stack.. It's much less difficult than Minecraft for the reason that you've basically got to stand on the blocks you're building in order to stack. Only thing I can really ask for of now: I think there should be a button to trigger whether the block with start on the ground, or start on the stack when you're already building and cross the same area. Also, if we could touch an area to spawn a block there, (like Minecraft), I think that'd be cool too since it's so easy to zoom in. Anyway, keep up the updates.. You're getting somewhere.
Oh and by the way, before I start this "review", I'd like to say:
DON'T LISTEN TO THE FIVE STAR REVIEWS.
They just want you to buy the app and give them money. Don't waste your time, money, and get something else with it. Go buy a lava lamp or something. Just not this piece of crap.
(wow, that's the first time I've said crap in a review about a game...)
I personally think it's funny how it literally sounds like they paid people to rate the game 5 stars or 4 stars. One five star review says "I hate Minecraft. The idea of placing ugly block shapes is stupid." WELL WHOEVER YOU ARE, YOU SHOULDN'T BE PLAYIN' THIS, CUZ THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT YA DO. Also, lots of scammy reviews talk about how they hate Minecraft even though this is the worst Minecraft clone of you gave this game to any sane person that wasn't paid to write a five star review. At least if you're going to make a fake review, at least put SOME effort into it.!
Ya know what, it's not even a game. It's a stupid horrifying cash grab that makes you think what the apple App Store has come to. If you had to take away one app from the store, I would say this app.
Unless there's an even worse clone out there...
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.