A Nostalgic Trip
Minecraft Classic is a free adventure game created by Mojang AB. The adventure game is the 2nd prototype of the famous game Minecraft. Players can explore the lite-sized open world and invite others to join them.
The Bare Basics
Minecraft Classic celebrates the decades-old legacy of Minecraft. It visits its very own roots by making it available for web browsers. This is technically the second iteration of Minecraft during its development stage, particularly version 0.0.23a_01. The first development stage was called the Pre-classic. Classic was preceded by Indev, Alpha, Beta and finally Java Edition 1.0. The adventure game features a classic in-game interface where health, stamina, and armor are absent. Players and mobs don’t get damaged by falling, drowning or getting into the lava. Dedicated Minecraft fans will notice every original bug in this game like seeing the whole world or keeping a sand block suspended in the air. Players can perform simple commands such as save and load location, spawn “human” mobs, toggle draw distance or fog in 4 levels, open chat, and access build menu. The spawnable mobs use the Steve skin and they only last for a few seconds until they disappear. The controls are basic and players cannot crouch, sprint or swim. They cannot go in creative mode to fly and do complex structures. The left mouse button stacks or removes blocks while it is triggered by the right mouse button. Only 32 blocks are provided in the game: Stone, Cobblestone, Dirt, Wood Plank, Oak Wood, Grass, Sand, Gravel, Glass, Sponge, Gold Block, Oak Sapling, Dandelion, Poppy, Mushrooms and Colored Wools. Game animation and physics are sparingly applied. For example, sand and gravel will still fall when placed on the ledge. Another example would be the lava and water flow except vacant spaces are instantly filled while the spreading has an unlimited space occupation. There is no block breaking durability for all blocks. Players can still enjoy making 2D artworks as well as 3D sculptures despite the limitations. The game can host multiplayer mode with support for up to 9 players for building projects.
An Old Version To Remember
Minecraft Classic lets players and fans reminisce with the simpler days of Minecraft. No complex crafting, no environmental damage, no hostile mobs, no weird blocks, and no scary dimensions. Players can instead have fun with the basic sandbox building with friends.