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Minecraft is a sandbox video game that was developed and published by Mojang in 2011. The game was initially released exclusively for personal computers, and later on became available on multiple other platforms. The game is played from a third-person perspective and its world is made up of blocks, which are mostly arranged in a grid pattern. The player has a wide variety of different blocks that can be found in the game, which they can acquire and use to build constructions according to their needs.
The gameplay of Minecraft consists of two modes, which are survival and creative. The survival mode is the default game mode, and it should be played for the purpose of surviving and gathering resources. The player has to build shelters to protect themselves from the dangers of the night, and they should also collect food and other resources in order to maintain their health. The player can also fight mobs, which are hostile creatures that roam the world of the game. The player can make use of weapons, either ones that they can craft themselves, or ones that are found in chests. In order to get new items and blocks, the player has to explore the world and find places where they can spawn. They can also fight and defeat other players in the game, and steal their items. The player can also set up traps, and fight against bosses, which are very difficult to defeat.
The graphics of Minecraft are very simple, and they are mostly composed of cubes, which resembles the game's origins as a simple game. The game does not contain any textures, but it is possible to texture the in-game blocks using a resource pack.
Minecraft is very replayable because it has a lot of aspects that the player can explore. The game is procedurally generated, which means that the different places that the player can explore are unique. The game also has a multiplayer mode, which means that the player can explore the world together with other players.
- It is a fun game;
- The game can be played in two modes;
- The game has a lot of replayability;
- The player can explore the procedurally generated world;
- The gameplay can be repetitive;
- The graphics are simple and lack textures;
- It does not have a story-driven mode;