Blockland is a single and multiplayer computer game built on the Torque Game Engine, in which players build using Lego-like building blocks. It was developed by Eric "Badspot" Hartman and was released on February 24, 2007. The game is not endorsed by, or affiliated with the Lego brand. However, at one point, Lego was in talks with Eric about selling Blockland. It was spotlighted on The Screen Savers on February 11, 2005, drastically increasing the user base overnight. As of July 2015, the game's community consists of over 185,000 users who have purchased Blockland. Blockland has also been featured on Shack News. On December 16, 2013, Blockland was released on Steam after spending nearly a year on Steam Greenlight.