This is a Minecraft clone that has a specific focus on crafting structures and buildings.
This is a simulation title that focuses on crafting various urban locales. While the game possesses a similar gimmick and aesthetic as the monolithic game that is Minecraft, its default environment is considerably more modern and urban than the natural wilderness of the game it happens to be aping. When you consider the fact that this game is all about constructing urban structures, it makes sense that it would be engineered to focus on cityscapes, complete with snaking highways and high-rises.
You have a variety of building devices and supplies to create all manner of buildings and even some shade-granting trees to bring a bit of color to the relatively dull gray skyline. Overall, this is a pretty chill game for anyone who wants to build on a macro scale far sooner than Minecraft allows.
Pros: Simple gameplay and controls. Plenty of different tools and building materials to choose from. Multiple game modes.
Cons: The many shades of gray, yellow, black and white contribute to an overwhelmingly dull amount of graphical output. No matter how unique it may be, this is a poor Minecraft imitation.