Hello

You have reached Space Walrus Studios, where wonders and magic are created!
Space Walrus is a company founded by an ambitious student persueing his dreams of making video games. These dreams eventually flourished into a game called Minebuilder, which was heavily inspired by the popular sandbox game named Minecraft. The game surpassed all expectations and created opportunities for new innovative projects. Since this moment we have expanded to a small team of talented individuals who share our dreams and ideals.
Currently we are working on three exciting new titles with which we hope to bring newfound joy into your lives once again.
Be prepared to enter a world of joy and have a great time!

Yours sincerely,

The Space Walrus team

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AlexGraphmaster

MegaToaster
Friday, the 18th of July 2014 at 16:58 CEST, 13 comments

Hello Everyone,

Today is the day we release our new game!

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We have worked long and hard to bring you this game
and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Our goal was simple,
Make a game that was as simple, fun and challenging as we could make it.
Mind you, this does not mean easy in any way!

We want this game to be enjoyed by as many people as possible
and that is why we made it free!

The game is available for download on both Android and IOS devices.
We would appreciate it if you were to leave a review and tell us what you think of the game!

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We have built-in a way to share your score with your friends so you
can challenge each other and see who is the best.

So go ahead, play, enjoy and share!


-The Space Walrus Team


Special thanks to Stan Erbrink for the amazing music!
Ikkerens

Beautiful Creations contest results
Friday, the 18th of July 2014 at 16:08 CEST, 12 comments

Hi!

First of all, we would like to thank everyone that participated for your amazing structures.
It really has been a hard decision, finding out who would get these first 5 places.

But after long consideration, we believe that these people have earned the price.

On the first place, I don't think this really comes as a suprise to anyone.
Click here to show/hide the spoiler.
pat2198, with his Locopolis Town Hall
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On the second place:
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pixinator, with this adventure map village
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On the third place:
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omegaspear, with this Omegaworld
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On the fourth place:
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pat2198, with his Modern Villa
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And on the fifth place:
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pat2198 (yes, again), with his Paradise Cafe
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Congratulations to the winners, your shields will be handed out in a few moments (You will see it appear in the profile manage page shortly).

Once again, I would like to thank all people that participated, you really made it a hard decision.

- The Space Walrus Team
Ikkerens

Official contest
Thursday, the 10th of July 2014 at 15:27 CEST, 51 comments

Hi there!

A contest has just opened for everyone to show off their most awesome structures!
You can win a Minebuilder 1.13 shield in contest.

Look for more info: here.

Note: You can discuss the contest here, but any entries here will be ignored.
If you wish to post an entry, do so here.

Yours sincerely,
Rens "Ikkerens" Rikkerink
Ikkerens

Here, have this.
Friday, the 4th of July 2014 at 16:08 CEST, 101 comments

Click here to show/hide the spoiler.
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Everyone gets 3 guesses.
Ikkerens

SW-hosted minebuilder servers
Saturday, the 14th of June 2014 at 15:59 CEST, 30 comments

Hi everyone!

I've been toying with an idea randomly and decided to discuss it with other SW members.

Basically, we've seen a lot of questions on the forums on how to make a server, and people asking others to host it.

Consider this;
- A SW-hosted lag-free server
- Backups included
- Fast internet connection
- Fast cpu
- Use of pre-allowed plugins (plugins will be scanned by me personally to see if they're fit for servers)
- A price of 5 euro (or 6/7-ish dollar) per month (estimated!).

Ofcourse, this is just an idea, and I'm only trying to get a hold of you guys' opinion.
Would you purchase such a server? If we find that enough people are genuinely interested, we'll consider implementing this.

You can ask any questions here.

Yours sincerely,
Rens "Ikkerens" Rikkerink