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    Minetest

    Minetest is a near-infinite-world block sandbox game and a game engine, inspired by InfiniMiner, Minecraft, and the like.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux Android Android Tablet BSD

    • It has most of the features of Minecraft. What it doesn't have can be added to the game easily and quickly through mods and texture packs. Because it is also open source, it is constantly being made better by the community. Guest • Jul 2017 Disagree   Agree
    • Minetest is open source block game, driven by community. It is easy and fun to write mods for Minetest using Lua. Because of mods, each of the 200+ publicly available servers are unique. Guest • Jul 2017 Disagree   Agree
    • Hardware friendly/Works well on low-end machines gabethepiggyJul 2017 Disagree   Agree
  • Terraria icon

    Terraria

    Dig, fight, explore, build! Nothing is impossible in this action-packed adventure game. The world is your canvas and the ground itself is your paint. Inspired by...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad Kindle Fire

    • Terraria is a 2D version of Minecraft and it's still being played today Guest • 2 days ago Disagree   Agree
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    Terasology

    Terasology (started under the name Blockmania) is an open source project started by Benjamin “begla” Glatzel to research procedural terrain generation and efficient...

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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    SurvivalCraft

    You are marooned on the shores of an infinite blocky world. Explore, mine resources, craft tools and weapons, hunt and make traps. Build a shelter to survive nights and...

    Freemium Android iPhone Windows RT Android Tablet Windows Phone iPad Kindle Fire

  • Starbound icon

    Starbound

    Starbound is an indie game being produced by the UK-based independent game studio Chucklefish Ltd. Starbound takes place in a two-dimensional, procedurally generated...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux

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    Creativerse

    Creativerse is a sandbox adventure game set in a beautiful yet treacherous world shrouded in mystery.

    Freemium Mac Windows Steam

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  • LEGO® Worlds icon

    LEGO® Worlds

    In a galaxy of procedural worlds made entirely from LEGO bricks, will you... EXPLORE environments filled with adventure, then alter them? DISCOVER secrets and...

    Commercial Windows Steam

    • A great alternative which uses lego bricks instead of traditional blocks. Guest • Jan 2017 Disagree   Agree
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    Mythruna

    Mythruna is a game under construction combining extensive world building, crafting, and sandbox elements with just a touch of role-playing. When completed, Mythruna will...

    Free Mac Windows Linux

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    Manic Digger

    Manic Digger is an open-source implementation of block-building games, like the famous game Minecraft. Manic Digger aims to be a generic platform ontop of which you can...

    Free Open Source Windows

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    Stonehearth

    Stonehearth is a game of exploration and survival in an epic fantasy setting. Build your town, care for your hearthlings, and defend against marauding invaders.

    Commercial Windows Linux Steam Amazon

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    Roblox

    Roblox allows you to create games, build whatever you want with lego-like bricks, play other games made by users of the community, and even participate in the economy by...

    Freemium Mac Windows Android iPhone Android Tablet Windows Phone iPad HTC Vive ... Kindle Fire Gear VR Xbox

    • You have to pay for everything, and you cant mod and you cant run a server like you do in Minecraft. Guest • Jan 2017 • 7 agrees and 2 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • For one, this is much closer to 'pay to win' than 'pay to play', which is not necessarily a good thing. 2, its impossible to run on Linux in any form, even under Wine, due to a badly designed antimemediting system Guest • Aug 2017 • 2 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • It is way more fun and the graphics are great Guest • Nov 2016 • 2 agrees and 6 disagrees Disagree   Agree
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    Unturned

    You become a survivor in the zombie infested ruins of society, and team up with your friends to remain among the living.

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Steam

Minecraft Comments

Comment by Guest
about Minecraft · Mar 2017 ·

Because minaret is a game of free dom.
And you can also build anything you want

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I dont know

Comment by JuniperBlooms
about Minecraft · Jul 2016 · Helpful Not helpful

I was just looking at websites and I found this XD

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Apple II era graphics

Comment by DiskCrasher
about Minecraft · Aug 2013 · Helpful Not helpful

OK, I've never played it but the graphics are a major turn-off.

Kind of the point, but the pictures here are actually outdated.

I added updated screenshots from latest version 1.7.2, released 2 weeks ago :)

Thanks! Looks much better than Classic!

Actually, I think I need a better graphics card for this -- The graphics are very non-optimized and extremely laggy. Minetest has much better fps, and is better in many other ways, too. Have you ever heard of Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders? It makes Minecraft look very good. But even without it, it has many things the apple II didn't have, such as the fact that the graphics are 3d. The graphics even have smooth lighting! So, even though Minecraft is made of blocks, it actually has very modern, and laggy, graphics.

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old classic

Comment by Joseph864
about Minecraft · Jun 2013 · Helpful Not helpful

i love playing this game when i got nothing to do and im in front of the comp.

please put minecraft on this thingy

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Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about Minecraft · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

It's rumored that iPhone and Android versions of Minecraft are going to be released this year.

http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/33130/

Yep, they've finally released the Android version of Minecraft. Too bad it's only for the Xperia Play right now. Hopefully, somebody will make a .apk version of the app that can be sideloaded onto other phones.

Nice! I just got a Minecraft card code for FREE! :D

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