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Minecraft is a famous multiplayer sandbox game by Mojang and Microsoft. It lets you create unique structures and experience survival in the severe unpredictable wilderness alone or in a tight-knit team of close friends. There are no borders and limitations in this world, and your imagination is the main instrument.
Game Details – 5/5
How do you like an idea of a virtual world that can be fully destroyed and rebuilt? Sounds great, doesn’t it?
Minecraft is a game that lets you create and join and an unlimited number of such destroyable worlds. The entire universe consists of blocks that represent different materials, chemical elements, and manmade objects, such as bricks, electronics, appliances, and many more. Using the toolkit, you can mine materials and combine them on the bench to make better instruments and new objects for your structures.
When the work is done, you can play solo survival or share your creations with the world. Don’t feel like creating something? Join public servers and play along with millions of other players from all around the world.
Controls – 5/5
Over the years, developers have adapted the game for a variety of platforms and input types. It’s very convenient to play on a touchscreen, with console controllers, and, of course, with PC keyboard and mouse. You can choose almost any input types on each supported platform.
Care for a Replay? – 5/5
Is it replayable? Extremely! Once you download the game, you get the entire toolkit and can join any public server to play. Your opportunities here are unlimited, so you can create and explore nonstop for years. Many fans of the game have been playing it for over 10 years already.
Visual Aspect – 5/5
Minecraft graphics are very far from being realistic, but that’s what makes them so unique. The entire visuals in the game are made of large low-poly bricks, but the landscapes look really cool and deep anyway. Due to randomly generated terrains, you never know what waits for you behind the hill. The physics in the game are realistic enough and make surviving a real challenge.
Sound – 5/5
Some say that the Minecraft soundtrack is sad, but for most players, it’s like a magical Reiki music. The ambient tune keeps playing all the time, adding something eternal to the game. If you don’t like it, you can leave the soundscape on, and turn your own soundtrack in another app. The sounds of the environment are rather minimalistic but perfectly fit the blocky world.