Project Spark allows gamers to create and build terrain, such as mountains, waterways and fields using Kinect voice commands and Microsoft's SmartGlass. Users will also be able to customize the actions of the in-game items they created in the world, right down to the behaviors of rocks and flowers. The user-generated worlds can be shared with other creators, who can then engage with everything the original person created.
Project Spark was demoed during Microsoft's E3 press conference earlier this month for Xbox One and Windows 8. We caught up with Microsoft Studios' game designer Claude Jerome during E3 2013, where he talked about how Project Spark will let players build whatever they want and share it with others.