Minecraft influenced online multiplayer FPS
- Big worlds to fight in
- Freedom to create your own battlefields
- Up to 32 players
- Balanced gameplay between tactics and action
- Updated regularly
- Camera is sometimes annoying
- No proper game interface
Ace of Spades combines
Work in progress
Still under development, Ace of Spades really does look a lot like Minecraft, with its pixellated blocky style. But the team combat gives it a very different feel. Building and digging in Ace of Spades is more about making walls and trenches for the battle. The newbie guide even warns you not to be too creative, as your 'buildings will be destroyed'!
There are three guns: a rifle, machine gun and shot gun. You area also equipped with grenades and a spade for digging. You can talk to your team mates in secret to coordinate tactics. Despite the simplistic shooting and graphics, the gameplay is really satisfying. Digging and building adds an interesting dynamic to the game, and some of the servers have really well-designed levels to battle over.
Ace of Spades does have its problems. Changing your player name is awkward, and battles can seemingly go on without end. However, these issues will no doubt be ironed out as the game develops. Where Ace of Spades isn't very user friendly, there is at least an extensive Wiki where you can find answers, as well as the newbie guide.
Ace of Spades is a fun release in what is becoming 'the Minecraft genre'. It's free to play, so get involved!