Minecraft is a sandbox-building[2][3] independent video game written in Java.

Minecraft is focused on creativity and building, allowing players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3D world. Gameplay in its commercial release has two principal modes:Survival, which requires players to acquire resources themselves and maintain their healthand hunger; and Creative, where the player has an unlimited supply of resources, the ability to fly, and no concept of health or hunger. A third gameplay mode, named Hardcore, is essentially the same as Survival, but the difficulty is locked on the hardest setting and respawning is disabled, forcing the player to delete his or her world upon death. An outdated Classic version is also available for free, although it is no longer being developed. CreativeMinecraft resembles Classic, but with many more features.


A screenshot of a randomly generatedMinecraft terrain
The core gameplay revolves around construction. The game world is essentially made of cubes arranged in a fixed grid pattern which represent different materials, such as dirt, stone, various ores, water, and tree trunks. While the players can move freely across the world, objects and items can only be placed at fixed locations relative to the grid. The player can gather these material blocks and place them elsewhere, thus potentially creating various constructions.
Minecraft has three currently available gameplay modes: Survival, Hardcore and Creative. Classic is the earliest free version and initially featured only the Creative game mode with only building (block placement and removal) aspects of the game and unlimited block supply. The game was then split into single-player survival mode (referred to as "Survival Mode Test"), which contained monsters and a much greater variety of blocks and items, as well as requiring players to mine their own blocks.


Although Minecraft is mostly a sandbox game, it contains some adventure elements. And, with that, a primary win condition, which is achieved by traveling to another dimension known as The End and defeating the powerful Enderdragon that flies around the map. This dimension is also home to the Endermen, a race of seemingly-sentient beings that are rarely seen on the main world. To find The End, one must locate underground ruins of an ancient civilization (referred to ingame as Strongholds) which can be found on the main overworld. They must then activate the stronghold's portal using two different items, one dropped by Endermen and one dropped by Blazes from the Nether dimension.
Upon beating the boss creature (and claiming an exclusive reward), the player is allowed to leave the dimension via a portal, which will cue the game's ending sequence, written by Irish author Julian Gough[17], and credits roll. The player is then teleported back to their original spawn point in the overworld, and, if certain criteria are met, will receive the exclusive achievement, "The End".

A screenshot of the Minecraft Beta crafting screen, showing a stone axe being crafted

The game has been released so far on Android and iOS as Minecraft – Pocket Edition, and is set to be released on several other platforms, including the Xbox 360. The Xbox 360 version of the game, developed by 4J Studios, will support Kinect play and cross-platform playability with the PC version.


Any computer with the following hardware should suffice, however, for an enjoyable experience, we suggest looking at the Recommended Requirements.
CPU : Intel P6/NetBurst Architecture or its AMD Equivalent (AMD K6)
RAM : 256MB
GPU : ATI Rage or GeForce 256 with OpenGL 1.2 Support
HDD : At least 90MB for Game Core and Sound Files
Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6 and up is required to be able to run the game.
Recommended Requirements :
CPU : Pentium Dual-Core or AMD Athlon 64 @1.6GHz
GPU : GeForce FX or ATI Radeon 9xxx and Up with OpenGL 2 Support (Excluding Intergrated Chipsets)
HDD : 150MB

Conditions for testing

To contribute to this list:
  • Use the following settings:
    • Language: English (US)
    • Render distance: Far
    • View bobbing: on
    • Difficulty: Normal
    • Graphics: Fancy
    • 3D Anaglyph: off
    • Limit framerate: Max FPS
    • Smooth lighting: on
    • Field of View: Normal
    • Brightness: Moody
    • Advanced OpenGL: off
    • Clouds: on
    • Use the default texture pack
    •  Create a new world with the seed "minecraft" (without quotes and without capitals)
    • Look around in all directions
    • When getting your average frame rate walk around in a small circle.
    • Get an average frame rate for the default window size and with a maximised window. To maximize your window, press F11 (Mac OS X FN + F11) (only works with downloadable client)

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