Posted by Unknown On 6:24 AM 0 comments

Formats: PC/Mac
Developer: Mojang
Publisher: Mojang
Released: Out now

You’ve already heard of Minecraft, right? While it’s only just seen its official final release, it’s already been played by millions and become an international phenomenon. In truth, claiming the game has only just been released is almost entirely disingenuous considering that paying customers have been playing and enjoying it in its alpha and beta testing phases for the last three years. But still, this is as good a point as any to take a step back and discuss what Minecraft is, and why everybody seems to love it so much.

Minecraft is a game about building stuff with cubes. It’s also a game about survival, discovery, community, loneliness, creativity, and despair. When you first start the game, you are dropped straight into the wilderness. But it won’t be a wilderness quite like anyone else’s - the game’s environments are randomly generated from the word go, and will continue to expand until you’ve travelled enough to make the game generate a world three times the size of Earth. Which, of course, you never will.

Your starting point could be a forest, a desert island, or the peak of a snow-covered mountain. And to begin with, it’s all very peaceful. But what most players don’t initially realise is that monsters can appear from any unlit area in the game. During the day, this generally just means that caves and tunnels are unsafe. But after your first 15 minutes with the game, the sun begins to set.
From telegraph

Pentium 4 2.4GHz
Sempron 2200+
GD CPU hardware score: 2
GeForce 8400 Series
Radeon HD 2400 Series
GD GFX hardware score: 2
1 GB
GD RAM hardware score: 3
Win Xp 32
DX 9
1 GB


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