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One simple game story What is it? Minecraft is a video game in which players create and break apart various kinds of blocks in three-dimensional worlds. So what the point?
Minecraft is an open world game that has no specific goals for the player to accomplish, allowing players a large amount of freedom in choosing how to play the game.
So you can build and explore everything you want. Simply, but it works! In Creative, players are given supplies and do not have to eat to survive. They also can break all kinds of blocks immediately. The game’s two main modes are Survival and Creative. In Survival, players must find their own building supplies and food. They also interact with blocklike mobs, or moving creatures. (Creepers and zombies are some of the dangerous ones.) There is NO specific goal in this game!
...and later developed and published by Mojang. It was publicly released for the PC on May 17, 2009, as a developmental alpha version and, after gradual updates, was published as a full release version on November 18, 2011. Minecraft game was originally created by one Swedish programmer Markus "Notch" Persson... Minecraft received five awards from the 2011 Game Developers Conference. As of April 8, 2013, the game has sold over 10 million copies on PC and as of January 22, 2013, over 20 million copies across all platforms... ... inspite of this game could be downloaded for free, and its creator Notch is a member of Swedish Pirate Party. Actually... Infinite beautiful 3D landscapes, generated programmatically: Ability to explore and change this generated world the way you like it: Ability to build electric circuits and mechanisms. Player can use redstone to create logical elements, generators, traps and detectors or even CPU. Minecraft in education City planning
Getting things done
Collaboration Gamification and project-based learning have jumped into the 21st century at the Viktor Rydberg school in Stockholm, Sweden where all 13-year-old students must now take a manadatory course on Minecraft. The possible applications of Minecraft have been discussed extensively, especially in the fields of computer-aided design and education. In 2011, an educational organization named MinecraftEdu was formed with the goal of introducing the Minecraft into schools. The
End User-generated content A wide variety of user-generated content for Minecraft, such as modifications, texture packs and custom maps, is available for download from the Internet.