Monday, February 29, 2016

How to play minecraft

How to play minecraft game

Minecraft is a game about breaking and placing blocks. At first, people built structures to protect against nocturnal monsters, but as the game grew players worked together to create wonderful, imaginative things.

It can also be about adventuring with friends or watching the sun rise over a blocky ocean. It’s pretty. Brave players battle terrible things in The Nether, which is more scary than pretty. You can also visit a land of mushrooms if it sounds more like your cup of tea.

You can buy Minecraft for PC/Mac here, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition and Minecraft: Xbox One Edition on the XBLA Marketplace, and Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta on the Microsoft Store, and Minecraft: Playstation 3 Edition, Minecraft: Playstation 4 Edition, and Minecraft: Playstation Vita Edition on the Playstation Network. Minecraft: Pocket Edition is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Amazon Kindle Fire.
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Creative? Survival? What’s with all the blocks?

First, the tall green things like to be stroked. Try that later for a nice surprise.

Minecraft is split into two separate game modes. Creative and Survival. You can play both of them in multiplayer. If you’re mostly interested in making huge structures from scratch with unlimited resources, Creative mode is your best bet. You won’t see any enemies, and you can pull blocks of all shapes and sizes out of thin air. It’s a peaceful world.

However, if you’d prefer to adventure into a world of danger, where you’re crafting and creating out of necessity, you’ll probably want to play in Survival mode. That comes with gangs of monsters who want to break/explode/eat your bones, one pixel at a time. You’ll need to protect yourself from the creatures that come out at night.
Community Made Tutorials

The tutorials below are made by people from our lovely community. They will get you going in no-time. If you're still clueless, you can try the support center or one of the community resources.


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