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Materials

Some of the Materials in LBP

Materials can be found in Prize Bubbles, (or tutorials) which have been dropped all throughout LittleBigPlanet. Materials can be used to create new objects in My Moon.


Materials

Cardboard

Cardboard is very light, but however, It sheds around easily, though it cannot be grabbed onto. It is also effected by explosives.

  • Newspaper
  • Bollywood Collage
  • Red Cardboard Skyscraper
  • Brown Cardboard Skyscraper
  • Blue Cardboard Skyscraper
  • Wallpaper
  • Sandpaper
  • Tin Foil

Metal

Metal, along with stone, is the heaviest material of all and is recommended for heavy-duty purposes. It is not affected by explosives. Sinks in water easily.

  • Engraved Metal
  • Metal Skull Plate
  • Aztec Gold
  • Brown Rusty Metal
  • Taxi Metal
  • Chrome & Velvet
  • Rusty Metal Grill
  • VR Grid Blue
  • VR Grid Red
  • VR Grid Green
  • Gekko Armour Plating
  • Gekko Skin
  • Black & Gold Leaves
  • Green Mosaic
  • Gekko Skin Edge
  • Treasure
  • Gold Metal
  • Grey Rusty Metal
  • Rusty Metal
  • Metal Beam
  • Shiny Metal
  • Flame Motif Metal
  • Disco Metal
  • Barbed Wire
  • Brushed Metal

Polystyrene

Polystyrene is very light and can be grabbed easily. It is affected by explosives.

  • Basic Polystyrene
  • Polystyrene Packing
  • Cracker
  • Meringue
  • Foam

Sponge

Sponge is fairly light and is soft enough for a Sackboy to grab onto. It is affected by explosives.

  • Sushi
  • Grass
  • Basket
  • Blue Knit
  • Blue Felt
  • Blue Deck Chair
  • Red Deck Chair
  • Pink Floral Fabric
  • Red Stitched Fabric
  • Paper Weave
  • Brown Stripy Fabric
  • Green Stripes Fabric
  • Red Fabric
  • Red Pattern Fabric
  • Red Stripy Fabric
  • Check Fabric
  • Knitted Fabric
  • Green & Gold Pattern
  • Red Wicker
  • Green Fabric
  • Gold Sequin Fabric
  • Beaded Fabric
  • Zebra Fabric
  • Snow Paper
  • Blue Denim
  • Orange Foliage
  • Grey Tweed
  • Orange Floral Fabric
  • Green Check Denim
  • Silk Pattern
  • Camouflage
  • Beige Cotton
  • Orange Weave
  • Green Felt
  • Pink Knit
  • Green Floral Fabric
  • Hessian Fabric
  • Zig-Zag Fabric
  • snowflake fabric

Stone

Stone has no known difference to metal apart from sound.

  • Temple
  • Latticed
  • Stone
  • Bunker
  • Aztec
  • Bevel Aztec Jade
  • Aztec Jade
  • Ceramic Tile
  • Ceramic Mosaic
  • Ceramic
  • Rough Stone Bricks
  • Grey Concrete
  • Bumpy Concrete
  • Bevel Concrete
  • Rough Concrete
  • Dark Grey Concrete

Wood

Medium weight material. Surprisingly, not affected by explosives.

  • Blue
  • Brown
  • Beige
  • Pale Green
  • Golden
  • Dark
  • Orange
  • Basket
  • Wooden Basket
  • Light Brown
  • Screen

Glass

Glass is slippery, causing a player's Sackboy to slide all over it. Not affected by explosives.

  • Red Glass
  • Purple Glass
  • Brown Glass
  • Green Glass
  • Blue Glass
  • Waterfall
  • Hexagon Glass

Plastic

Plastic is a new material category in LittleBigPlanet PS Vita. This is a light and sometimes heavy material. It is affected by explosives.

  • Black Matt Plastic
  • Black Shiny Plastic
  • Black Swirly Pattern
  • Blue Swirly Pattern
  • Circuit Board
  • Colored Plastic
  • Computer
  • Computer Fronts
  • Computer Plastic
  • Corrugated Plastic
  • Dark Blue Circuits
  • Dusky Blue Plastic
  • Hobby Grid
  • Hobby Junk
  • Neon Grid
  • Pinball Plastic
  • Plastic Bevel
  • Plastic Floor Pattern
  • Plastic Metal Plates
  • Plastic Neon Border
  • Refrigerator
  • Retro Pixel Grid
  • Video Tape Collection
  • Vintage Plastic
  • Worn Wallpaper

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Rubber === Rubber is great choice when good traction is needed (like wheels), although non-grabbable. Strangely, not affected by explosives.

Special Materials

Special Materials have special properties usually only found attached to that material. This can include anything from making particle effects to affecting gameplay and characters somehow.


Peach Floaty

The Peach Floaty is a material that ascends up when not somehow connected to another object (string or glue). The weight Peach Floaty can lift up depends on the Peach Floaty's size, and the other material's type and shape. The material is grabbable and affected by explosives. The floaty may also be able to carry the sackperson if the sackperson grabs it.

Pink Floaty

Unlike the Peach Floaty material, which ascends up, the Pink Floaty is suspended in midair, and won't move unless something makes it move like a sack person. It is affected by explosives and is grabbable.

Dark Matter

Dark Matter is the all around most useful material. It floats without flying off into the distance or falling! Plus, If you make a small piece of it and glue any materiel over it and it looks as if it's floating! There is a glitch associated with it. If you shrink it enough and you place or smear it, it will come out invisible. Note it does not work in grid.

White Matter

White Matter is a variation of Dark Matter introduced in LittleBigPlanet 2. Apart from being white and having much sharper edges, compared to Dark Matter's round edges, it is more-or-less identical in functionality.

Dissolve

The Dissolve Material is a material that possesses a special mechanic to dissolve when activated by logic or switches.

Invisible Material

An indestructible material introduced in LittleBigPlanet PS Vita, and later added to LittleBigPlanet 2 in the DC Comics Premium Level Pack. It has a glass-like appearance in Create Mode,but is completely invisible in Play Mode.

Sticker Panel

An intangible material that shows Stickers that are on it only.

Wall Jump Surface

A material introduced in the DC Comics Premium Level Pack that Sackboy can Wall Jump off of. OddSock has the ability to Wall Jump off of any wall, making it redundant when playing as him. Also has a Tweaker variation in the form of the Wall Jump Material Tweaker.

Attract-O-Gel

The Attract-O-Gel material was first introduced in The Muppets Premium Level Pack. Using it, players can walk up walls and on ceilings. The player can detach from it at any time by double tapping the jump button, unless tweaked otherwise. Also has a Tweaker variation in the form of the Attract-O-Tweaker.

Camera Excluder

A non-solid material introduced in LittleBigPlanet 3. The camera will not follow players that go inside this material.

Wind Material

A non-solid material introduced in LittleBigPlanet 3 that pushes objects and players around.

Floaty Fluid

A non-solid material introduced in the SpongeBob SquarePants Premium Level Pack. It behaves similarly to Global Water, in that characters can swim in it (excluding Big and Small Toggle, who sink or float in it respectively), and buoyant objects float to the top of it. The only difference between the Floaty Fluid and Global Water is that players can stay in Floaty Fluid without drowning unless it is changed in a level with custom logic. Players can tweak it to have a current that pushes players and objects in a specific direction, similar to the Wind Material.

Thickness

Materials can be created with four different levels of thickness: 3 Fat, 2 Fat, 1 Fat, or Wafer Thin. Wafer Thin shapes will fall between larger objects, and are easily destroyed by larger objects. In LittleBigPlanet 3 there are 16 Layers as opposed to the three layers of prior games.

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