According to the official website for Indie sandbox building game ‘Minecraft’, it has sold over 4 million copies of the famous game on the PC.
Which shows the creation from Swedish developer is still strong and popular among it’s players. Minecraft enables players to use their own creativity to construct a selection of structures in a textured 3D game environment. Survival Mode add the extra challenge of constructing buildings with limited resources, while trying to drive away advancing monsters.
“I make sure to play the game a lot, and I’ve built my share of towers, and flooded my share of caves,” he writes on the Minecraft website. “If something ever doesn’t feel fun, I’ll remove it. I believe that I can combine enough fun, accessibility and building blocks for this game to be a huge melting pot of emergent gameplay.”
Minecraft began development in 2009 and quickly gained recognition for its simplicity and creative freedom. It has won a number of awards, including “Game of the Year” from Rock, Paper, Shotgun and PC Gamer UK.