History VideoGame / Minecraft

20th Jun '16 3:37:41 PM Romagnadvoratrelundar
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'''''[[http://www.minecraft.net/ Minecraft]]''''' is a block-based [[WideOpenSandbox sandbox-style]] game. The game drops players into a wide-open [[ProceduralGeneration procedurally generated world]] where everything is made of blocks that the players can break down and place elsewhere, rearranging things as they see fit. The game is noted for its creative appeal, often described as "Digital [[BuiltWithLego Lego]]".[[note]]Incidentally, LEGO [[http://www.brickset.com/news/article/?ID=1982 currently offers Minecraft-themed sets by popular demand.]][[/note]] ''Massively'' popular, the game was originally released on PC by developer Mojang but has since moved to every major video game console and is also available in "[[MobilePhoneGame Mobile Edition]]" for phones and tablets.

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'''''[[http://www.minecraft.net/ Minecraft]]''''' is a block-based [[WideOpenSandbox sandbox-style]] game. The game drops players into a wide-open [[ProceduralGeneration procedurally generated world]] where everything is made of blocks that the players can break down and place elsewhere, rearranging things as they see fit. The game is noted for its creative appeal, often described as "Digital [[BuiltWithLego Lego]]".[[note]]Incidentally, LEGO [[http://www.brickset.com/news/article/?ID=1982 currently offers Minecraft-themed sets by popular demand.]][[/note]] ''Massively'' popular, the game was originally released on PC by developer Mojang but has since moved to every major video game console and is also available in "[[MobilePhoneGame Mobile Pocket Edition]]" for phones and tablets.
8th May '16 11:32:36 AM Sunwalker
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'''''[[http://www.minecraft.net/ Minecraft]]''''' is a block-based [[WideOpenSandbox sandbox-style]] game. The game drops players into a wide-open [[ProceduralGeneration procedurally generated world]] where everything is made of blocks that the player can break down and place elsewhere, rearranging things as they see fit. The game is noted for its creative appeal, often described as "Digital [[BuiltWithLego Lego]]".[[note]]Incidentally, LEGO [[http://www.brickset.com/news/article/?ID=1982 currently offers Minecraft-themed sets by popular demand.]][[/note]] ''Massively'' popular, the game was originally released on PC by developer Mojang but has since moved to every major video game console and is also available in "[[MobilePhoneGame Mobile Edition]]" for phones and tablets.

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'''''[[http://www.minecraft.net/ Minecraft]]''''' is a block-based [[WideOpenSandbox sandbox-style]] game. The game drops players into a wide-open [[ProceduralGeneration procedurally generated world]] where everything is made of blocks that the player players can break down and place elsewhere, rearranging things as they see fit. The game is noted for its creative appeal, often described as "Digital [[BuiltWithLego Lego]]".[[note]]Incidentally, LEGO [[http://www.brickset.com/news/article/?ID=1982 currently offers Minecraft-themed sets by popular demand.]][[/note]] ''Massively'' popular, the game was originally released on PC by developer Mojang but has since moved to every major video game console and is also available in "[[MobilePhoneGame Mobile Edition]]" for phones and tablets.



The three main modes in ''Minecraft'' are '''Creative''', '''Survival''' and '''Hardcore'''. In Creative the player can destroy and place blocks with a single click. They can use any block in the game, cannot die, and are able to fly. For the most part, it's focused solely on building, and can be used to easily make very large structures or pixel art. Survival, on the other hand, forces the player to manually collect the blocks they want to use, as well as giving them a health bar and the possibility of death. It also introduces a crafting system, [[WizardNeedsFoodBadly hunger system]], day/night cycle, and hostile monsters. The player is forced to scrounge for supplies, building up a base to protect themselves from monsters while also mining deep underground for valuable materials. Players must craft various equipment to help them survive, such as pickaxes to make mining blocks quicker, or swords and armor to help fend off the monsters that come each night. Hardcore mode is almost identical to Survival. Except for the fact that [[HarderThanHard the difficulty is locked on hard]] and if you die, [[FinalDeathMode your world gets deleted]].

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The three main modes in ''Minecraft'' are '''Creative''', '''Survival''' and '''Hardcore'''. In Creative the player players can destroy and place blocks with a single click. They can use any block in the game, cannot die, and are able to fly. For the most part, it's focused solely on building, and can be used to easily make very large structures or pixel art. Survival, on the other hand, forces the player players to manually collect the blocks they want to use, as well as giving them a health bar and the possibility of death. It also introduces a crafting system, [[WizardNeedsFoodBadly hunger system]], day/night cycle, and hostile monsters. The player is players are forced to scrounge for supplies, building up a base to protect themselves from monsters while also mining deep underground for valuable materials. Players must craft various equipment to help them survive, such as pickaxes to make mining blocks quicker, or swords and armor to help fend off the monsters that come each night. Hardcore mode is almost identical to Survival. Except for the fact that [[HarderThanHard the difficulty is locked on hard]] and if you die, [[FinalDeathMode your world gets deleted]].
5th Apr '16 1:25:52 PM girlzpictionary299
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The game can be played in single-player or multiplayer. Multiplayer servers feature shared persistent worlds, allowing multiple players to either collaborate on grand projects or compete against each other. The game also features a very active mod community and has launched many popular YouTube LetsPlay channels, shows and personalities, such as the [[LetsPlay/{{Yogscast}} Yogs]][[Machinima/YogscastMinecraftSeries cast]], Creator/AchievementHunter's ''[[LetsPlay/AchievementHunterMinecraftSeries Let's Play Minecraft]]'', WebVideo/{{Stampylonghead}}, and LetsPlay/SkyDoesMinecraft.

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The game can be played in single-player or multiplayer. Multiplayer servers feature shared persistent worlds, allowing multiple players to either collaborate on grand projects or compete against each other. The game also features a very active mod community and has launched many popular YouTube LetsPlay channels, shows and personalities, such as the [[LetsPlay/{{Yogscast}} Yogs]][[Machinima/YogscastMinecraftSeries cast]], Creator/AchievementHunter's ''[[LetsPlay/AchievementHunterMinecraftSeries Let's Play Minecraft]]'', WebVideo/{{Stampylonghead}}, Minecraft channels from ''Little Kelly'' (and her sister, ''Little Carly''), a upcoming Minecaft channel from ''Oceane Marie'' and LetsPlay/SkyDoesMinecraft.
13th Feb '16 11:20:05 PM ThePocket
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'''''[[http://www.minecraft.net/ Minecraft]]''''' is a block-based [[WideOpenSandbox sandbox-style]] game. The game drops players into a wide-open [[ProceduralGeneration procedurally generated world]] where everything is made of blocks that the player can break down and place elsewhere, rearranging things as they see fit. The game is noted for its creative appeal, often described as "Digital [[BuiltWithLego Lego]]".[[note]]Incidentally, LEGO [[http://www.brickset.com/news/article/?ID=1982 currently offers Minecraft-themed sets by popular demand.]][[/note]] ''Massively'' popular, the game was originally released on PC by developer Mojang but has since moved to nearly every major video game console and is also available in "[[MobilePhoneGame Mobile Edition]]" for phones and tablets.

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'''''[[http://www.minecraft.net/ Minecraft]]''''' is a block-based [[WideOpenSandbox sandbox-style]] game. The game drops players into a wide-open [[ProceduralGeneration procedurally generated world]] where everything is made of blocks that the player can break down and place elsewhere, rearranging things as they see fit. The game is noted for its creative appeal, often described as "Digital [[BuiltWithLego Lego]]".[[note]]Incidentally, LEGO [[http://www.brickset.com/news/article/?ID=1982 currently offers Minecraft-themed sets by popular demand.]][[/note]] ''Massively'' popular, the game was originally released on PC by developer Mojang but has since moved to nearly every major video game console and is also available in "[[MobilePhoneGame Mobile Edition]]" for phones and tablets.



At the 2015 Minecon, Creator/TelltaleGames announced that they would be co-operating with Mojang to create an episodic PointAndClickGame called ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode''. See also ''VideoGame/{{Minicraft}}'', a spin-off game ''Minecraft'' creator Notch, as well as ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'', the most popular of several games with a [[FollowTheLeader similar "blocky sandbox survival" themes]] to ''Minecraft''.

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At the 2015 Minecon, Creator/TelltaleGames announced that they would be co-operating with Mojang to create an episodic PointAndClickGame called ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode''. See also ''VideoGame/{{Minicraft}}'', a spin-off game ''Minecraft'' creator by Notch, as well as ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'', the most popular of several games with a [[FollowTheLeader similar "blocky sandbox survival" themes]] to ''Minecraft''.
5th Jan '16 5:32:17 AM Shnakepup
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The game's popularity cannot be overstated. With over 70 million copies sold, it is the number one best-selling game on PC, with the console and mobile versions also selling extremely well. The game's popularity and fanbase is so large that Microsoft bought ''Minecraft'' for over two ''billion'' dollars in 2014. Part of the game's success can be credited to its deep and open-ended gameplay that encourages creativity and exploration: there's no set "story" or narrative, and players are given utter freedom to decide how they want to interact with the world.

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The game's popularity cannot be overstated. With over 70 million copies sold, it is the number one best-selling game on PC, with the console and mobile versions also selling extremely well. The game's popularity and fanbase is so large that Microsoft bought ''Minecraft'' for over two ''billion'' billion dollars in 2014. Part of the game's success can be credited to its deep and open-ended gameplay that encourages creativity and exploration: there's no set "story" or narrative, and players are given utter freedom to decide how they want to interact with the world.
5th Jan '16 5:30:07 AM Shnakepup
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'''''[[http://www.minecraft.net/ Minecraft]]''''' is a block-based [[WideOpenSandbox sandbox-style]] game. The game drops players into a wide-open [[ProceduralGeneration procedurally generated world]] where everything is made of blocks that the player can break down and place elsewhere, rearranging things as they see fit. The game is noted for its creative appeal, often described as "Digital [[BuiltWithLego Lego]]".[[note]]Incidentally, LEGO [[http://www.brickset.com/news/article/?ID=1982 currently offers Minecraft-themed sets by popular demand.]][[/note]] ''Massively'' popular, the game was originally released on PC by developer Mojang but has since moved to nearly every major video game console and is also available in "[[MobilePhoneGame Mobile Edition]]" for phones/tablets.

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'''''[[http://www.minecraft.net/ Minecraft]]''''' is a block-based [[WideOpenSandbox sandbox-style]] game. The game drops players into a wide-open [[ProceduralGeneration procedurally generated world]] where everything is made of blocks that the player can break down and place elsewhere, rearranging things as they see fit. The game is noted for its creative appeal, often described as "Digital [[BuiltWithLego Lego]]".[[note]]Incidentally, LEGO [[http://www.brickset.com/news/article/?ID=1982 currently offers Minecraft-themed sets by popular demand.]][[/note]] ''Massively'' popular, the game was originally released on PC by developer Mojang but has since moved to nearly every major video game console and is also available in "[[MobilePhoneGame Mobile Edition]]" for phones/tablets.phones and tablets.
2nd Jan '16 12:29:41 PM TalonsofIceandFire
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The game's popularity cannot be overstated. Over 60 million copies have been sold. It's the number one best-selling game on PC, with the console and mobile versions also selling extremely well. The game's popularity and fanbase is so large that Microsoft bought ''Minecraft'' for over two ''billion'' dollars in 2014. Part of the game's success can be credited to its deep and open-ended gameplay that encourages creativity and exploration: there's no set "story" or narrative, and players are given utter freedom to decide how they want to interact with the world.

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The game's popularity cannot be overstated. Over 60 With over 70 million copies have been sold. It's sold, it is the number one best-selling game on PC, with the console and mobile versions also selling extremely well. The game's popularity and fanbase is so large that Microsoft bought ''Minecraft'' for over two ''billion'' dollars in 2014. Part of the game's success can be credited to its deep and open-ended gameplay that encourages creativity and exploration: there's no set "story" or narrative, and players are given utter freedom to decide how they want to interact with the world.
31st Dec '15 6:59:48 PM TalonsofIceandFire
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The game's popularity cannot be overstated. Over 60 million copies have been sold. It's the number one best-selling game on PC, with the console and mobile versions also selling extremely well. The game's popularity and fanbase is so large that Microsoft bought ''Minecraft'' for over two ''billion'' dollars in 2014. Part of the game's success can be credited to its creative and emergent gameplay: there's no set "story" or narrative, and players are given utter freedom to decide how they want to interact with the world.

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The game's popularity cannot be overstated. Over 60 million copies have been sold. It's the number one best-selling game on PC, with the console and mobile versions also selling extremely well. The game's popularity and fanbase is so large that Microsoft bought ''Minecraft'' for over two ''billion'' dollars in 2014. Part of the game's success can be credited to its creative deep and emergent gameplay: open-ended gameplay that encourages creativity and exploration: there's no set "story" or narrative, and players are given utter freedom to decide how they want to interact with the world.
31st Dec '15 6:56:13 PM TalonsofIceandFire
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->'''"Let's go to a place, where everything is made of blocks, and the only limit is your imagination. Let's go, where ever you want to go. Climb the tallest mountains, venture down to the darkest caves. Build whatever you want: day or night, rain or shine. Because this is most significant sandbox you'll ever set foot in. Build a majestic castle, invent a new machine, or take a ride on a roller coaster. Play with friends, build your own little community. Protect yourself with the strongest armor that you can craft, and protect yourself against the creatures of the night. No one can tell you what you can or can not do. With no rules to follow, [[AnAdventureIsYou this adventure is up to you.]]"'''

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->'''"Let's ->''"Let's go to a place, where everything is made of blocks, and the only limit is your imagination. Let's go, where ever you want to go. Climb the tallest mountains, venture down to the darkest caves. Build whatever you want: day or night, rain or shine. Because this is most significant sandbox you'll ever set foot in. Build a majestic castle, invent a new machine, or take a ride on a roller coaster. Play with friends, build your own little community. Protect yourself with the strongest armor that you can craft, and protect yourself against the creatures of the night. No one can tell you what you can or can not do. With no rules to follow, [[AnAdventureIsYou this adventure is up to you.]]"'''"''
31st Dec '15 6:54:30 PM TalonsofIceandFire
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->''"It's the first 'sandbox game' that actually lets you dig up sand at the beach, build a giant sandbox, build a sandcastle in it, smelt the sand into glass with a furnace you built yourself, rebuild it into a giant glass pyramid with a moat of lava, and then blow it all up with TNT while riding a pig."''
-->-- '''[[Website/{{VGChartz}} VG Chartz]]'''

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-->-- '''[[Website/{{VGChartz}} VG Chartz]]'''
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-->--Official Minecraft Trailer
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