Minecraft, an indie game created by Mojang, was first released in 2009. It has since become one of the most popular games in the world. Minecraft's popularity is attributed to its open-ended design and infinite replayability; it has no distinct goals to accomplish and no defined set of rules that govern the game.
The player can choose whether or not to follow a story provided by Minecraft's more recent versions and instead explore freely as they desire in creative mode with unlimited resources or play through survival mode crafting weapons and armor to fend off dangerous mobs. Along with these two modes, Minecraft's most recent version also features an adventure mode where the player is supplied with a storyline as they discover new areas of the world.
Minecraft allows for both online and local multiplayer, however, it makes no distinction between local and online players except in cases of saved worlds and Realms. In cases where multiplayer is available, both methods allow for up to five people to play at one time. The only difference between the two is that when playing locally, the players must be using the same console system or have an emulator installed on their computer; this method allows for infinite customization ideal for those who wish to share Minecraft with friends or family members who have different systems or consoles. When playing online, only one copy of the game has to be purchased and players play through the video game using their own profiles.
The player can also create their own maps or modifications (mods) for Minecraft. These mods can change or add to the core gameplay of Minecraft in nearly any way imaginable. There are mods that add weapons, tools, and mobs while changing their attributes entirely. Others add new blocks and items while also adding many new features such as new biomes (landscapes with unique vegetation and resources), new dimensions (worlds with altered physics), or completely altering how one piece of equipment functions.
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