Minecraft is a sandbox video game originally created by Swedish game designer Markus “Notch” Persson, and later fully developed and published by Mojang. The creative and building aspects of Minecraft enable players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3D procedurally generated world. Other activities in the game include exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat. Multiple gameplay modes are available, including a survival mode where the player must acquire resources to build the world and maintain health, a creative mode where players have unlimited resources to build with and the ability to fly, an adventure mode where players can play custom maps created by other players, and a spectator mode where players can fly around and clip through blocks, but cannot place or destroy any. The PC version of the game is noted for its modding scene, where a dedicated community creates new gameplay mechanics, items, and assets for the game.


“My World” is an open world game where the player does not have to specifically target the player, that is, the player has a high degree of freedom to choose how to play the game. However, the game has a system of achievement. The game uses the first person, but the player can choose the third person mode. Most of the core games are played around the destruction and placement of the box. The world of the game is made up of rough 3D squares, with some fixed grid (lattice) patterns representing different materials such as dirt, stones, minerals, water and trunks. Although players can move freely around the world, but the box can only be placed in the integer grid, in addition to the entity, the player can collect these boxes, and placed in the place where they want to place, in order to carry out the construction (If the use of adventure mode is depending on the game settings may be).


In the survival mode, players must collect natural resources (such as wood and stones) found from around the world to produce certain squares and items. Depending on the difficulty, the monster will be generated in the darker area, from a certain radius of the character, which means that the player needs to build a sanctuary at night [27]. In this mode the player has the value of life, monster attack, fall, drowning, fall into magma, choking, hunger and other accidents will make life depleted. Players also have hunger values, so you must eat regularly in the game to add food. In the “peace” difficulty of hunger will not be lost. If the hunger value is 90% to 100% (10 to 9 cells), the value of life will be automatically repaired. If the player is in the “peace” difficulty, then whether the hunger value is full of life will automatically add value. If the hunger is depleted, the value of life will begin to decrease. If the player does not replenish the food in time, the value of life will eventually be at the minimum blood level, but will be hungry when the difficulty is difficult.


Hardcore mode is a variant of the survival mode in which the difficulty of the game is forced to lock in difficult mode and the player has only one life. Once the player dies, their world will be removed, but in version 1.9 or above, the player can enter the bystander mode after the death of the limit mode and enter the command reborn.


In the creation mode, the player can get unlimited resources and items from the item menu (some items can not be obtained directly from the created model backpack and can only be accessed by instructions, such as the command box), and can place them or destroy them instantly. Players have the ability to fly, will not be hurt, will not feel hungry. If you dig down, you will fall into Nether (unless you have a special effect or change the WorldBorder). The model can help players focus on building large projects.


Adventure model formerly known as “dungeon trap”, is a model added in the official version 1.3.1. It is designed to allow players to take risks in a custom map. The game is similar to the survival mode, but there are various restrictions on the player (such as box placement restrictions), the player created the map can be applied to the game world. The purpose is to let the player get the required items and experience in the adventure with the plotter’s plan. Another design designed for custom maps is the “command box”. The command box allows the map maker to expand the interaction with the player through a certain server command.


The sidetum mode is a pattern added in the official version 1.8 that allows the player to view the world through any entity (box), but can not interact with them, but the spectator player can move the creature. In this mode, the backpack becomes a menu, and the player in the bystander mode can send it to other players in the map. All creatures will ignore the observer mode of the player, the player can use the biological or other player’s perspective.


“My World” in the multiplayer game through the player to build the server to run, allowing multiple players to interact between, and in a world with each other to communicate. Players can run their own servers or use a server provided by a hosting provider. Single player world support local area network, players can not server under the premise of the local computer connection. “My World” multiplayer game server is instructed by the server operator, who has permission to use the server command, such as setting a daily time or sending a nearby player. Operators can also restrict access to certain user names or IP addresses. Multiplayer game server for the players to provide a wide range of activities, some servers have their own unique rules and habits. A community-developed stand-alone server called “CraftBukkit” makes server-side plug-in development easier. It can achieve such as permissions, level, virtual currency and chat formats and other game elements. However, CraftBukkit was terminated by another independent server spigot because the legal issue was terminated. The content on the different servers is quite different. Player Battle (PVP) mode allows players to fight between.


  • Various Creatures: In the world of Minecraft there’s a large amount of hostile, neutral, and passive creatures you can interact with.
  • Several Biomes to Explore: As adventurers you’ll come across forests, deserts, swamplands, jungles, taiga and more.
  • The Only Limit is Your Imagination: Build and recreate whatever you want.
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Most Popular

To Top