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Welcome to the world of minecraft, you can build, brew potions, enchant your armor and tools, adventure other biomes. Visit the nether, or even defeat the enderdragon in the end.
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An open world, sandbox game that is randomly generated. Players assume the role of Steve (unofficially named) and mine for minerals, build shelters, and fight off monsters that come at night. The game also features a creative mode, where the player is invincible, has an unlimited supply of everything, can fly, and break blocks easily.

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16 May 2009 (USA) See more »

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Minecraft was originally called "Cave Game", then it was renamed to "Minecraft: The Order of the Stone", then finally shortened to Minecraft. See more »

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If you could take one game to Mars MINECRAFT would be the one to take!
8 July 2018 | by timothydmonksSee all my reviews

I'll keep it short and spoiler free. I've easily put thousands of hours into Minecraft since its release, and while I now tend to play video games for about 3 hours in a two-week span, this game has a lot going for it. From singleplayer, to building literally anything you could possible dream up in creative mode (Walt Disney World, for example), to exploring hundreds of different types of servers like arcade, roleplaying, hunger games, city servers, and much more, the community's servers is what has lifted Minecraft to its status. Yet even without that there are so many ways you can approach the game modes.

I highly recommend this game for singleplayer, but especially for multiplayer. The community has obviously changed as time has gone on, and from my view weakened, but the game itself is endless in a good way.

The main complains I have is the lack of native mod-support which I believe has limited a game which has otherwise limitless customizability, but it is not a big deal. Obviously, every game should not be made like Minecraft, but Minecraft I feel is the first game to be more than a game.


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