Welcome to Minecraft
Minecraft is a fun game that was created by the video game programmer, Notch, on November 18th, 2011. It’s an open world game with endless possibilities. Although this game is made only from blocks, you, as the user, can do anything. You can find villages, strongholds, explore multiple dimensions, and even fight a dragon!
Minecraft is really simple to play. There are three main game modes: Survival, Creative and Hardcore:
In survival mode, you must evade monsters, build a base, get gear, and try to defeat the ultimate boss, the Ender Dragon. Sometimes, users only focus on building and creating magnificent structures! Other times, people try to push the limit of the game, attempting to beat the game as fast as possible. These users travel through three dimensions, fight millions of monsters, find the inconceivable End Stronghold, and defeat the Ender Dragon on an island over a bottomless void filled with stars. The current time high score is 9 minutes and 52 seconds.
In creative mode, you can create awesome builds like spaceships, medieval kingdoms, huge cities, and even recreations of earth. Currently, thousands of people spend days trying to make a 1:1 recreation of earth.
The hardest game mode to play on is hardcore mode. This game mode has the game stuck on the highest setting. This will create great challenges such as more monsters and the limit of only one life. Many people had survived over 100 days in the game.
Minecraft can benefit people by creating a platform to make friends and connect with them. To follow the Covid-19 guidelines, people have to avoid social gatherings and stay home as much as possible. Many people want to play with their friends during the pandemic, and Minecraft can help with that! Firstly, people can use Minecraft to make friends. The in-game chat system can let you talk with anyone that is on the server. Secondly, people can connect with each other by talking to others as well as playing games and building together. For example, lots of people created servers during the pandemic to connect with their friends.
No matter how much fun this game is, you shouldn’t get addicted to it. This game can let you rest after the burden of a long day, but don’t spend your day and nights playing this game. You also need to rest your eyes after gaming for a long time.
Overall, Minecraft has limitless possibilities and it’s fun to play. Game on!