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Minecraft

Published & copyrighted by Mojang

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Minecraft

Published & copyrighted by Mojang

  • Rating4.5
  • SizeVaries with device
  • Version1.14.1.5
  • AuthorMojang
  • Voted3050820
  • Publication dateDecember 18, 2019
  • Author urlhttp://help.mojang.com

Frequently asked questions

  • What platforms are available for Minecraft download?
    This game can be installed on almost any popular platform, from PSs, Xboxes, PCs, smartphones, to older consoles like Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.
  • Is Minecraft free to play on smartphones?
    The full edition of the game is paid. However, for owners of Android devices, the developer offers to try the demo version, for which you do not need to pay.
  • How much free space do you need to install Minecraft on an iPhone?
    The installation file for iOS devices weighs 332.2 MB at the moment.
  • What are the Minecraft addons?
    These are additional materials that slightly or strongly change the rules of the game. Regular users write many addons, but there are also some that Mojang itself releases.
  • What was the last Minecraft update?
    The most recent one (1.17.1) was made in early July and slightly changed the behavior of some objects. The largest of the latest updates (1.17/Caves & Cliffs) took place in early June.
  • How many games are in the franchise at the moment?
    Now, there are three projects: the original, the Dungeons, and the Education Edition. At the end of June, the developer closed the Earth edition.
  • Can I play Minecraft offline?
    Most of the gameplay is available to users without an internet connection. However, some elements that include multiplayer will be disabled.
  • What is the game age rating?
    According to the PEGI system, it is marked 7+. There are elements of violence and cruelty here, but they are cartoonish and safe for schoolchildren.
  • Can I set up parental controls in the game?
    Yes. Since Minecraft is a multiplayer game, you can keep your child safe from unwanted contacts. The developer's official website has detailed instructions for each platform.