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Minecraft is a multiplatform sandbox game by Mojang. It was initially released on PC in 2009 and is now available on PS 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS.
Gameplay: My Diamonds
Minecraft is a true sandbox game: you don't have any quests or objectives in Minecraft. Instead, you are free to explore the infinite world made of blocks. Each block is destructible and grants a specific resource upon breaking. The resources are later used in crafting or in the building. The gameplay formula is pretty simple, yet the amount of content does its job in entertaining the players for hundreds of hours. There are 100 different types of blocks in Minecraft as well as there are almost 400 items available for crafting. The best thing is that Minecraft supports cross-platform play, so you can join your friends no matter which platform you use.
Graphics: Blocks and Pixels
The whole world of Minecraft is made of various blocks and noticeable pixels. However, the indie-level graphics were stylish enough to attract the attention of players around the world. Since its initial release in 2009, Minecraft has received many visual updates upscaling the graphics and adding details to the image, but the general style has always remained the same. Nowadays, Minecraft manages to look both unique and attractive on all platforms, and the selected style made it easy for the developers to optimize the game for all platforms.
Controls: Comfortable Everywhere
Minecraft has pretty simple controls as all you can do is move, craft, break and place blocks and use tools and weapons. The sandbox core is always great when it comes to mastering the controls: you will have nothing at the start, and you will gradually learn the controls as you progress. The more time you spend in the game, the more complicated the tool and the inventory managements become, but you become more experienced as well.