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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Voxel, according to gamer reviews.

Title, date, platforms and price Score Rating
94% 5,996 votes
98% 460 votes
96% 1,079 votes
95% 791 votes
93% 1,096 votes
91% 1,454 votes
91% 987 votes
100% 49 votes
87% 548 votes
92% 74 votes
85% 521 votes
84% 561 votes
100% 13 votes
78% 31,071 votes
89% 38 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Voxel is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Voxel, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Indie 54%
  2. Action 50%
  3. Singleplayer 49%
  4. Casual 42%
  5. 3D 42%
  6. Adventure 39%
  7. Simulation 29%
  8. Pixel Graphics 29%
  9. Building 26%
  10. Sandbox 26%
  11. Strategy 26%
  12. Exploration 23%
  13. Colorful 23%
  14. Early Access 21%
  15. RPG 21%
  16. First-Person 20%
  17. Arcade 19%
  18. Open World 19%
  19. Puzzle 19%
  20. Crafting 18%
  21. Cute 18%
  22. Shooter 18%
  23. Relaxing 17%
  24. Survival 17%
  25. Multiplayer 16%
  26. Fantasy 16%
  27. Family Friendly 16%
  28. Atmospheric 15%

The Voxel tag refers to a graphical style and technology used in video games. Voxel-based graphics are created by dividing the game world into small 3D cubes called voxels, similar to how pixels make up 2D images. Unlike traditional polygonal models that use vertices, edges, and faces, voxel graphics represent objects and environments as a grid of these cube-shaped voxels.

The term "voxel" is a combination of the words "volume" and "pixel." By using voxels, developers can create fully three-dimensional worlds with detailed terrain or structures that can be easily manipulated.

Here are some key characteristics of voxel-based games:

  • Destructible Environments Since individual voxels can be removed or added in real-time, voxel-based games often feature destructible environments. Players can dig tunnels, carve out caves, or even collapse entire structures. This dynamic nature of the environment adds an extra level of immersion and emergent gameplay possibilities.
  • Procedural Generation Voxel technology allows for efficient procedural generation algorithms, making it easier for developers to create immense game worlds with unique landscapes, caves, buildings, vegetation patterns, etc. Games like Minecraft, which became incredibly popular for its procedurally generated blocky landscapes made up entirely of voxels.
  • Creative Building The blocky nature of voxel graphics lends itself well to creative building mechanics. Games like Trove give players the ability to construct elaborate structures using different types of voxel blocks. This aspect has sparked communities dedicated solely to creating impressive designs within these worlds, igniting the imaginations of players.
  • Efficient Performance Voxel-based graphics can often provide efficient performance in terms of both rendering and memory usage. The simple nature of cubes allows developers to optimize performance while still achieving visually appealing results.

The voxel tag encompasses various games that employ voxel technology in different ways, providing unique experiences depending on the gameplay mechanics and overall design approach. From sandbox building games like Minecraft to procedurally generated exploration titles like Terraria or survival games like Voxatron, voxel-based games offer a distinctive visual style and interactive environments that have gained popularity among players.

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