For the Play Station Portable game, see Little Big Planet (2009 video game).

For the Play Station Vita game, see Little Big Planet PS Vita.

The player can also make non-gaming creations such as music and films (films are commonly known in-game as cut-scenes).

In Little Big Planet 2, Sackbots were introduced to give players more control over Non Playable Characters in their levels as well as make the levels in their entirety more intelligent (for example, Sackbots can be in various areas of a level and control things in it which the player cannot).

To-date there are in excess of ten million user-created levels available to play in the Play Station 3 games.

Since the release of Little Big Planet 2 and the community website, the Share component has also had a strong emphasis sharing discoveries.

is a puzzle platform video game series created by Media Molecule and published by Sony Computer Entertainment on multiple Play Station platforms.

The series follows the adventures of Sackboy and has a large emphasis on gameplay rather than being story-driven.The creation technique introduced on the game gave the possibility for logic, and it gave the ability to build sets of machines and complex contraptions.Lastly, the Share component relates to sharing creations with the game's community by uploading levels to the Play Station Network.Most Little Big Planet games involve a player playing solo or co-operatively with friends to navigate through a level whilst collecting various "bubbles" along the way.These bubbles come in two types: Small ones, known as Score Bubbles, which constitute points and larger ones, known as Prize Bubbles, that contain new costumes, stickers, or other types of collectibles.Each curator is in charge of a part of Little Big Planet and they govern them independently.