Includes a Multiplayer Mode

01. 20. 2023

Includes a Multiplayer Mode

One of the most unique titles of recent years is also one the most successful. Minecraft is a sandbox game that mixes different genres into one. It has sparked a rage among millions worldwide who are eager to create their own worlds.

Crafting as a way to live

A creative game with no limits.

One of the best features of this game, is the ability to create a world of your choosing. You can use the various construction blocks and materials available to you to build cities, castles or fortresses, impossible structures, and just about anything else you can imagine in your world.

Main features

- Create your own virtual world with building blocks. Only the laws of physics limit your options. - Survive night creatures with your armor and sword.
- A game that mixes different genres, including action, adventure, platform, building, and building.
- Complete 'Sandbox Editor': Create your own scenario using cubes similar LEGO blocks.
- Create buildings, mountains, forests, etc.
- Includes a multiplayer mode
- Five game modes: Survival, Adventure, Creative, Spectator, Hardcore, and Adventure.

You can choose how you want to play

Survival: You need to have the resources that will ensure that you live long enough. Take care of your health and get food.
Be creative: create and explore. There is no need to worry about your survival.
Hardcore: In survival mode, you can die and resurrect as many times as necessary. This is not the case. You only have one life, so take care of it.
Spectator: This mode allows you to fly around exploring different worlds, but you cannot interact with them. You can also view them from the perspective of other creatures and gamers.
Adventure: This is the game mode that's not concerned about the online version. While you must face dangers, explore, and take other actions, there are some conditions like breaking blocks with the right tools.

Modify the game

It was the only indie game that was ever a huge success. This was because Microsoft bought it from Mojang, the company which developed it, for approximately 2 million dollars. Redmond now maintains it. It was previously impossible to download Minecraft for free, but it is now possible. This demo is available for download.