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A new player has an 8×8 buildplate available by default. The player selects a surface in the real world on which to place the buildplate, and once placed, the player sees the buildplate superimposed on the real-world camera view. An open space and a flat surface is required for buildplates to spawn. Players can also interact with the items or mobs in their buildplate. The player can physically move around the buildplate to view it from different angles, and build structures.
The buildplate appears sized as a square about 58 centimeters (23 inches) on each side for an 8×8 buildplate, resulting in a scale of about 1:14. A 32×32 buildplate appears as about 50 centimeters (20 inches) per side, resulting in a scale of 1:64.
Players can collaborate on a buildplate. A player who places a buildplate can select "invite friend" to allow another player to scan a QR code to join.
As the player advances in level, new buildplates become available. The player can also spend rubies to purchase buildplates in the shop.