At the end of 2019, the Danish developer Light Brick Studio released its game Lego Builder’s Journey exclusively on Apple’s iOS phones via the subscription service Apple Arcade. It was a fairly simple but aesthetically pleasing puzzle game, where what the name suggests is about getting through worlds built from the world-famous plastic blocks.
As recently as last month, the game was ported to the PC / Windows platform, and since it’s basically a title adapted for mobile phones, there was only a reasonable way to adapt it for powerful computers – namely to apply a generous amount ray tracing! This Tuesday’s stream, Anton and Jonas thought to take the game on a test round and see if there will be any major difference when the rays are tracked wildly.
We start as usual at 16:00, so join the chat!
Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.
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