Minecraft: Story Mode - Episode 1: The Order of the Stone for Android
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Minecraft: Story Mode - Episode 1: The Order of the Stone

Oct 15, 2015
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This is an episodic game. You will need to get the base game and all succeeding episodes to experience it as designed.

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About this game

Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

In this five part episodic series, play as either a male or female hero named 'Jesse,' and embark on a perilous adventure across the Overworld, through the Nether, to the End, and beyond. You and your friends revere the legendary Order of the Stone: Warrior, Redstone Engineer, Griefer, and Architect; slayers of the Ender Dragon. While at EnderCon in hopes of meeting Gabriel the Warrior, you and your friends discover that something is wrong… something dreadful. Terror is unleashed, and you must set out on a quest to find The Order of the Stone if you are to save your world from oblivion.

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Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
6.83
Rob RichOct 16, 2015
Kinda shifty account creation shenanigans aside, Minecraft: Story Mode is pretty excellent. It kicks off what looks to be a pretty epic story, features some fun and interesting characters, and does an extremely good job of combining the intentional ‘roughness’ of Minecraft’s look with something that feels more contemporary. I can’t wait for episode two.
Brandon CarbaughNov 06, 2015
Order of the Stone is light, breezy, and not particularly inspired, but it accomplishes a small miracle by distilling the culture of a community into a working piece of interactive fiction. Story Mode’s pilot episode is a heartfelt love-letter to players, which invites them to revel in sheer joy for their favorite game. If that’s not “hardcore”, I don’t know what is.
Mark BrownOct 15, 2015
For big Minecraft fans, this episodic series should be a no-brainer. But for those who have never mined nor crafted, will the unexplained references, insider jokes, and - crucially - low-fi graphics be a turn off? Probably. If you don't know the terrifying result of putting three wither skulls on some soul sand, for example, you're going to struggle to keep up in this game.