Minecraft casts a long shadow... very long. So long in fact that many years after its release it continues to have millions of players around the globe and is still influencing the development of other games that follow an identical model, as is the case with Block Sun Earth.
Survive in a world that you can shape as you please
If you are familiar with the Mojang game that is now owned by Microsoft, you will know that the action takes place in a world of pixelated blocks where players can opt for one of two game modes: creative or survival. Well, it's the same here, where once we have chosen our character and generated a random world, we will be able to set about battling the elements, either by fighting for our lives or by simply giving free rein to our building creativity.
Suffice to say that this is a good alternative to Minecraft and features graphics and interfaces that are practically identical to Minecraft and carbon-copy gameplay where we will be able to combine elements in order to craft them and forge new tools that will help us reach our objectives. However, don't expect too much from the multiplayer mode... it couldn't all be good, right?