Paris, France (PRWEB) December 28, 2015
A million cubes, a million possibilities. The concept of Tayasui Blocks is simple and opens up a world of infinite possibilities. Users can align and stack cubes on a blank canvas to create any 3D object they can imagine.
Blocks brings out the creative side of anyone interested in 3D design. Find inspiration browsing a collaborative database of user creations and breathe life into imaginary worlds and characters, one cube at a time.The interface features a 360° display system for total creative freedom.
Exchange and sharing between “Blockers”.
As with our previous applications, Tayasui Blocks is also a forum, a community of users who share and interact.The community can be accessed directly in the App to share creative work. All creations can be transformed, customized, and reposted at leisure. Collaborative games such as Exquisite Cadaver are encouraged and provide a wealth of inspiration.
Many have become addicted to the game, including Ben Weatherall, creator of Crossy Road. More than a mere application, with Blocks, Tayasui has created a whole wide world for users to explore.
Play, vote and share with ease.
Creations can be shared as soon as a new design has been created. New Scenes and 3D drawings can ne saved in a library and shared with other Blockers via social networks such as Twitter, Facebook and more. All it takes is a simple click.
And as a bonus, for those with a destructive instinct, Blocks provides an armory of crazy weapons to demolish creations and start over fresh.
Pricing and availability:
Tayasui Blocks is a free app.
Available for iOS on the App Store.
Download Tayasui Blocks
Tayasui in a few words : it’s a parisian company, six years of work, a dozen globally successful apps. Simple gameplay, colorful characters, and zany sound effects are the key ingredients of Tayasui’s light-hearted, magical world.
Specialized in motion design, Yann Le Coroller left the world of television in 2009 to focus on mobile applications. His first app, Talking Carl, was an immediate hit with over a million downloads and a spotlight in the Talk to Me exhibition at the MoMA. Building on this success, the company launched a dozen appsffor children including Smack that Gugl and Drawing Carl. With Tayasui Sketches, Yann Le Coroller has reached a turning point in his career, using his experience in designing interface to create a truly professional mobile application - for the greatest joy of its ten million users.