Minecraft is an easy sandbox game that lets you build, destroy, and re-build structures. If you like building and creating structures, then this game is for you. Minecraft isn’t tough. Rather it is an easy game that people of all ages can play. Here the main objective is to construct, explore, and of course, survive.
Actually, survival is the basic mode of this game. In Minecraft, apart from building things, you will also have to manage your resources for survival.
If you have this game on your PC, mobile, or tablet right now, then it is the time to get started. Here is an overview of Minecraft that will give you a better idea of this game.
The Main Choices in Minecraft
After logging into the game, you will have to make several choices in order to proceed.
Single Player Vs. Online Gameplay
In this game, you can either opt to play in a single-player mode, where you will decide most things that surrounds you. Or, you can choose to play with other players in the online mode.
Minecraft has taken into consideration people from all over the world. It has included 91 languages! The array of language options even has imaginary languages such as Pirate Speak and Klingon.
Minecraft gives you the option to manage the difficulty level of the game, the visuals, the graphics, and other settings as well.
How to Quit?
If you want to quit the game at any given point, then all you have to do is close the window. In case you are in the browser mode, you will actually have to git ‘quit’ for quitting.
Modes in Minecraft
- Survival: This is the basic mode of the game. Here you will have to fight hostile mobs, manage hunger, gain experience, and build a shelter in order to survive. If you die in a survival mode, you can respawn.
- Adventure: In the adventure mode, players interact with mobs and experience several things for completing an adventure.
- Creative: This is an easy-going mode. In the creative mode, the player is immune to all things. There is also no fighting involved. They can fly and have access to all the objects that they might require for building structures.
- Hardcore: The hardcore mode in Minecraft is very similar to the survival mode. There are two distinct differences. First, the difficulty level is high in this mode, and second, in case you die in the Hardcore mode, you cannot respawn.
- Spectator: You can really call this one a gaming mode because you don’t play. You are a mute spectator in the world where you cannot interact with any object. In this gaming mode, you can just see the world that another player has created.
Surviving the First Day
If you start your journey in the survival mode (recommended), you will enter a world with little means. It will be a thrilling experience altogether. Surviving the first 24 hours in Minecraft will really set the mood and get you going. Give it a shot!