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- Allows for endless levels of exploration and creativity.
- Interesting visual style.
- Thousands of secrets to discover.
- It's effectively many games in one package.
- Crafting is very confusing.
- It's a hassle to get a multiplayer game going.
Minecraft Fast Facts
- Minecraft was released on June 30, 2010
- The game was developed and published by Swedish independent company Mojang AB
- The game was released for Linux, Mac, Windows and browsers
- Minecraft: Pocket Edition is available for iOS and Android devices
- The game was developed completely by one person: Markus 'Notch' Persson
- The game features open-ended gameplay where you create and fashion your world the way you want
- Minecraft has two main modes: creative and survival
- Several large-scale projects are constantly being updated by the community, including an attempt to recreate the entire world of The Lord of the Rings and the universe of Harry Potter
- Persson's #Notch Twitter account has over 950,000 followers
- Despite their publishers being involved in litigation, developers of the hit RPG Elder Scrolls: Skyrim honored Minecraft by including the Notch pickax as an in-game item
- The Minecraft community has created thousands of character skins, textures and worlds that are available via the Internet
- Minecraft has spawned an entire industry of block-building games, but none has come close to the original's success
- Minecraft was Mojang's first game. The studio is currently developing its second title, as well as providing funding for other independently-developed games
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