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Claybook

Claybook is a unique world made entirely of clay. Everything acts like it’s made of real clay. Every inch of the environment can be shaped and molded. Everything has matter inside it, not just an outer shell. Clay can be deformed, destroyed and frozen to solid.

In the game, you step into the shoes of brave kids who bring the Claybook to life. Each chapter of the book challenges you with unique obstacles and puzzles. You possess clay blobs and morph them into different shapes in order to overcome tricky situations. Each shape has its own strengths and weaknesses, some even have special powers.

Awesome features:

  • Play through challenging chapters by your self or with a buddy in split-screen (up to 4 players).
  • Compete against others in the leaderboards.
  • Bunch of achievements that challenges you to use the clay shapes and environment differently.
  • A unique clay simulation and visualization technology that has been designed from ground up for user-generated content, making it easy for players to unleash their creativity.
  • Amazing in-game creation tool that lets you build your own books and chapters and share them with the Claybook community. You don’t need any technical skills or have modding experience, anyone can create and share directly inside the game without hassle.
  • Discover and play new community creations directly inside the game. All of the creations are small in size which makes the discovering and playing smooth experience even with a slower network.

Head to Claybook Workshop and discover what has already been created by the community and join the Claybook Workshop group to find fellow creators.

Please note!
Claybook is still under development by a small team of three developers. We are committed to improve and create new ways to experience the Claybook in the upcoming updates.

 

About Capen The Barbarian

Capen The Barbarian

Ahoy! My name is Joshua and I am the creator and Host of GPUabuse.
My fascination with computer technology started when I first heard the Windows 98 boot sound. I’ve always been the creative type and started upgrading computer components as soon as I found out it was possible. I’m easy to get along with and like meeting new people. I love stepping out of my comfort zone and playing unusual game genres.

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