Minecraft


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.

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Minecraft Game Information

Minecraft is a three-dimensional sandbox game that allows players an unmatched level of freedom to decide how they want to play their game. While there are no specific goals for Minecraft players to accomplish, there is, however, an achievement system. By default, Minecraft gameplay is in the first person but in obeisance to its idea of flexibility, players can play the game in the third person. Essentially Minecraft is about breaking and placing blocks. Much like the real world, Minecraft would feature rough 3D objects set up in a fixed grid pattern. These objects symbolize a variety of materials such as dirt, ores, stone, water, tree trunks, lava etc. Perhaps the only notable restriction Minecraft has is with object placement as building objects can only be placed at a fixed location. In contrast, players can move around seamlessly.

At the beginning of each Minecraft game, the players are placed on the surface of an infinite game world which is divided into a variation of biomes (deserts, snowfields, and jungles). Players are able to journey through plains, forests, mountains, caves and even water bodies whether by day or by night. While walking during the daytime, a player is likely to encounter non-hostile animals such as pigs, cows and chicken which would serve as food and also crafting materials whereas at night players would encounter hostile animals such as zombies, skeletons, and large spiders. Beyond the basic hostiles and non-hostiles, the gaming world of Minecraft features some unique creatures such as the Creeper; an exploding creature known to sneak up on the players and also the Enderman; a creature that teleports to pick up blocks.

As players proceed during gameplay, the game world is generated at the time of world creation using a map seed which is obtained from the system clock, thus making the Minecraft game world, a procedurally generated world. Players are also able to tweak this feature manually. Minecraft players have no limits when moving horizontally but there is a limit in upward and downward movement. A seemingly infinite game world can be generated on the limitless horizontal plane at least until players encounter technical problems. This infinite game world creation is achieved because the Minecraft game world is split into small sections known as chunks. These chunks only get created when players are nearby to the point of creation. The Minecraft game is based on dynamism and limitless creativity and as such its physics is somewhat unrealistic. Certain objects do not obey the law of gravity, complex systems are constructed by making use of primitive objects etc.

The three dimensions of Minecraft are:
• The main world
• The Netherworld and the End (both alternate dimensions)

The alternate dimensions have unique characteristics with the Netherworld containing many unique resources that facilitate traveling through great distances in the overworld while the End is a barren land that doubles as home to a boss dragon known as Ender Dragon. Killing the Ender Dragon signifies an end to the game. At the end, players are still able to teleport back to their original spawn point in the overworld. Here players would receive “The End” achievement.

The object of Minecraft is very simple, Eat, Craft, Survive! You start off with only the clothes on your back. Your first objective is to punch down some trees for the wood needed to craft your first basic wooden tools. Your second objective is food. Early game, You can obtain apples from Oak trees, Meat from animals, And if you're lucky you will find a village with ample crops. (Don't forget to ask the villagers nicely if you can take some).

Night time, Now this is a whole new kettle of fish. You want to avoid night time like the plague if you can help it. Stay inside and work on the interior of a base perhaps. Only go outside if you're willing to take an arrow to the bum from a skeleton or have your limbs blown off from a creeper! Once you have tools, Food, Armour and other items to help you along your way, You can start exploring the world, Go into caves for those elusive diamonds. Making sure you don't fall into Lava (Unless you like being turned into crackling and losing all your items.) And explore abandoned mine shafts.

The Minecraft world is your oyster! Have fun and beware of the night! It's a scary place out there.

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