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Themes: ActionAdventureSimulationStrategyOpen WorldSurvivalCoopLocal MultiplayerLocal-coopMultiplayerOnlineOnline Co-opSingle-player Indie
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Minecraft revolves around one simple principal: survival. The game is split into day and night cycles. During the day, you spend time gathering resources, whether it be searching for ore, digging holes, fishing or planting crops. Night is spent either indoors, mining underground tunnels, building tools or running around outside being chased by monsters.
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Gamer Reviews15031 Reviews
The best way to play Minecraft with the features of servers, mods, maps, and everything without much hassle.
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Critic Reviews15 Reviews
Minecraft is so much more than a game by now; it's a potentially generation-defining phenomenon. But at its core, there's a game, and that game needs a score. Ultimately, I'm giving this game the highest score I've given to a game this year, and that's mostly because I believe it's doing more to push the envelope of what's possible in the industry than anything else I've played this year.
In the end, Minecraft is what you make of it, and that's the beauty of the game. Whether you want to spend hours at a time experimenting with digital Lego or playing a hack-and-slash version of Wolfenstein 3D, Mojang's unique achievement allows you to do either and more. While it still has some pixilated edges that leave it feeling unfinished, few games in recent years have done so well with such a promising concept and offered so many opportunities for true exploration.
There really isn't that much on the market today that's like Minecraft, an open sandbox for you to play and build in. This simple freedom can lead to some truly complex accomplishments. If you're the sort of person who prefers a more tightly crafted experience, then Minecraft might not be for you, but if you're able to lose yourself in finding your own fun, there isn't a better game than Minecraft.