Minecraft and its Exciting Variations for Players. Minecraft is an amazing 3D game that can be run on multiple operating systems such as Linux, OS X, Microsoft Windows and so on. There are several variations of this popular game and it can be played on different systems. These variations include Minecraft 4k and Minecraft Classic.
Minecraft 4k is a simplified version of the game and it is much similar to the classic version that was mainly developed for the Java 4K game. In this game, the players are restricted to destroying or placing blocks that may contain wood, stones, leaves and brick.
Minecraft Classic is the earlier version of the game and it is no more available on the Internet for the players. The classic version is free to play however it is not updated any more. The game functions in the same way, however there’s a creative twist. It allows players to destroy or build different parts of the world, either alone or in a team. In this mode, you will not find any computer creatures and the environmental hazards do not pose any risks. There are some blocks that work rather differently although their behavior was considerably changed.
If you use Windows 10 then you may get the Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition which is exclusive to the operating system. The beta version of the game for Windows was launched on 29 July 2015. The best thing about this version is that it allows you to play Live with your Xbox friends. You may also play local with the owners of the pocket version of the game. Some of the features you can use are touchscreen, keyboard, gamepad, etc. You can record and also take amazing screenshots.
The console version of Minecraft (for Xbox 360) was developed by 4J Studios. It was released on 9 May 2012. It was announced on 22 March 2012 that this game would be the flagship game. It is different from the PC version of the game in numerous ways. It includes in-game tutorials, control interface, and split-screen multiplayer. The Xbox 360 version is not infinite and it is barricaded with invisible walls. Other versions of the game for Playstation were released on 2013 and 2014. Just like the Xbox versions, this was also developed by 4J Studios.
The pocket edition of the game was released on Aug 2011 on the Android Market for Xperia Play. In the same year, the iOS version of Minecraft was also released