Trion Worlds is launching version 1.0 of its Trove online game
Trion Worlds is officially launching version 1.0 of its voxel-based Trove online game world for the PC. Redwood City, Calif.-based Trion Worlds acknowledges that its blocky free-to-play online game Trove is inspired by Minecraft, the wildly popular 8-bit building title that Microsoft scooped up for $2.5 billion last year. But the company has given Trove all of the proper trimmings as a massively multiplayer online game. It takes advantage of Trion’s infrastructure for MMOs that has been used for multiple games, and it has some features that Minecraft doesn’t have. If you are in lack of Trove Flux, visit our site, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

Trion Worlds described Trove as “an open-ended voxel adventure through countless realms filled with quests, chests, and enemies great and small.” Players can explore and create buildable and destructible worlds much like with Minecraft, whose world consists entirely of bricks. In addition, if you are in need of Cheap Trove Items, you can visit our website

“Our vision with Trove was simple: create a game that generates exciting new worlds on a regular basis, has free-form exploration that makes going through a mountain as rewarding as going over it and enables community contributions to significantly impact the game,” says the Trove website. Developers call the game as multiplayer universe of an infinite number of worlds, in which users can combined construction, destruction, and adventure. It started as a hobby in which two programmers were created Minecraft like free-to-play MMO. After a couple months of use, they have received approval for full-scale development. And if you want to buy Trove Power Leveling, visit, a professional online in-game currency store.

Trove started as a passion project for Andrew “Avarem” Krausnick, the game director of Trove, and Adam Hetenyi, its lead developer. They worked on the Rift MMO for years and then pitched an idea to go off and start working on something else. Two years later, they’ve got Trove to show off. The title entered its open beta test in November, and now it’s ready for prime time. Trove has features such as persistent loot, different kinds of pixellated blocks, and a single shared environment for everyone. You can start out in the main hub world and then split off into smaller worlds. The entire world can be modified as you wish. It is a “sandvox” world.

The game will not be a single universe: every adventure unfold in its own separate little world, whether it be public or open to friends only.  In the first case, the system will generate it on the basis of a common task. Developers are compared with the mechanics of Diablo, where each new race is a bit different from the previous parts, but retains the main goal. So far, Trove currently accommodates 60 players, but in the future, developers are planning to increase this figure to 100. Stay tuned to and we will be the first one to inform you all the latest. Besides, our website also offer Cheap Trove Accounts for players.