More than four million user-created levels have been shared around the world in PlayStation 3 DIY platformer LittleBigPlanet, publisher Sony has announced.
Product manager Alex Pavey told the PlayStation Blog that 4,141,742 stages have been uploaded globally.
According to his calculations, if you played the game solidly for 12 hours a day, giving each stage five minutes of your time, it would take 78 years to try them all out.
"For us the most exciting thing has always been seeing what the community does with a LittleBigPlanet game when they get their hands on the new features and tools," added a statement from developer Media Molecule.
"We're constantly delighted – and amazed – by their ingenuity and creativity, and it's so inspiring to see the level of affection that exists for LittleBigPlanet amongst fans around the world."
The post also offered a heads-up on the latest costume DLC heading to LittleBigPlanet 2. The Tron: Evolution Minipack arrives on 27th April at €2.99 / £2.39, with Killzone 3 clobber scheduled for May. Pics below.
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