In Blockland, you build things out of plastic bricks of varying sizes and colors, and you can also program the bricks to do things using the game's event system, which can be accessed by hitting a brick with the wrench item and clicking the "Events" button at the bottom. The game uses Torque script for the actual programming, and many people have created add-ons for the game. It was created by Eric "Badspot" Hartman, and is currently in version 14. Here is a link to the main website for it: http://www.Blockland.us/
Also, I heard about Minecraft from a thread, which is about 356 pages long, on their forums. :smile.gif: I think that the community is mostly a lot better than Roblox's, by the way.
Sorry for being a Rofag (short for Robloxian Faggot) but building in blockland is harder than roblox.
Here how it works: Roblox building is just "Copy, drag and drop" when Blockland building is "Click in the wrong spot and move the ghost block with the numpad" As you can see, Roblox is simple as a child can get used to it easy, while Blockland is a lot more complex and takes more time.
There is no clicking while building in Blockland unless you change the controls. :?