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Have you ever wanted to create something from nothing? Well, Infinite Craft is the game for you.

This browser-based sandbox logic game lets you explore combinations of items to your wildest dreams with no goal, or restrictions leading you in any direction. It is simply about experimenting and while you might have seen your favorite streamers playing it, here’s how you can get in on the action too.

How to play Infinite Craft

A white screen showing Infinite Craft, with Adam, Eve, Human, Family, and Baby boxes.
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Infinite Craft is a puzzle game that will have players combining elements to create new ones in an infinite sandbox situation. The game can be played via your browser on the Infinite Craft website.

When you start the game you will see that on the right side of the screen, there are elements for you to use. Dragon these to the table in the center. When you drag one on top of another they will merge creating a new form.

For example, if you start with water then drag and drop fire on top you’ll end up with Steam. Each time you create something new it will become available on your resource list for further use.

There’s no limit to what you can merge, in fact, you can merge two of the same elements to get something else. If you decide that you want to start fresh then you can fresh the broom icon at the bottom of the screen to reset your game.

Now you know how to play, one fun game is to get together with friends and race to see who can create something specific the fastest. For example, you can choose something like a human and look to see which player can get to that creation with the least amount of steps, or the fastest time.

The choice is yours! That’s the fun of this sandbox game.

Ryan is a Senior Staff Writer for Upcomer and has been working at GAMURS since 2020. He covers a wide variety of titles from across the gaming and entertainment space, and can also be found on Dot Esports and We Got This Covered. He boasts a degree in Journalism from Murdoch University.