Create Your Own World Brick by Brick




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Minecraft is a strange game, that has no set goals. Instead, you can do whatever you want on a radomly created stage.

This includes, for example, cutting down trees to get wood, which can be combined with some iron to create peaks, which can be used to dig a tunnel several hundred feet down to find passages of natural rock by flowing there are lava and precious minerals.

If that example is never enough, you may also use all the stone, wood or remove earth to go to build buildings. At first, with a few materials you can create house, but with time and resources you can build real cities, skyscrapers and virtually anything else that comes to mind.

Minecraft is one of the most daring and fun games in recent years. It was developed by one person, and is currently one of the great sensations of the world of video games.
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