Minecraft review


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Minecraft is an incredibly popular open-world sandbox game which has spawned numerous copies and clones since its arrival in May 2009. Developed by Mojang Studios, the game is set in randomly generated 3D world made up of blocks. In this world, players explore and gather resources, craft tools, and build structures, all while encountering hostile mobs or competing against other players. With over 238 million copies of the game sold and almost 140 million monthly active players, Minecraft has managed to solidify its place among the top-selling and most popular video games of all time. 


The first and most obvious point to address when talking about Minecraft is its blocky, low-fi aesthetic. While this might sound unappealing to some, it makes the game particularly accessible and easy to understand. The bright and bold colors keep everything looking vibrant and easy to spot, while the pixel art style lends a unique visual flair to the game. 


Minecraft allows players to choose from two main modes, Survival and Creative. Survival Mode drops the player into a menacing world filled with hostile mobs, and it’s up to you to scavenge resources, craft food and weapons, and build shelters and fortifications with the aim of surviving. Meanwhile, Creative Mode allows you to fly, spawn items, and build without limit. Seeing what amazing creations players can form in this mode has proven to be incredibly satisfying. 


The single-player version of the game has no pre-set story, but players may assign their own goals and objectives, such as crafting weapons, gathering resources, and building structures. The game also offers a multiplayer mode where players can join each other in the same world. However, the main story, titled ‘The Story of Mojang’, is a computer-animated short film that was released in 2013. 

My Impressions

Having played many hours of the game myself, the experience is definitely a unique one. The world of Minecraft is just plain fun to explore, and the blocky aesthetic is quaint and charming. The simple yet effective crafting and resource gathering mechanics keep the game engaging and add an extra layer of strategy. Plus, the game allows for incredible user-generated content, such as mods, servers, and custom maps, that add new mechanics and possibilities. 


In conclusion, it’s hard not to be impressed with what Minecraft has achieved. It is a colorful, creative sandbox for players of all ages to explore and build in. With its simple but effective mechanics, wide array of options, and charming aesthetic, it’s easy to see why the game has become so popular quickly.


  • Wide range of content and options available
  • Relatively easy to learn
  • Game has a unique aesthetic
  • You can modify the world to your liking
  • Allows for user-generated content.


  • Sometimes, laggy multiplayer experience
  • Heavy grind to build materials
  • Graphical fidelity can be low
  • Only suitable for some.


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