Minecraft

Download Minecraft Version: 1.15.1

  • Operating System: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android
  • License: Free Trial
  • Developer Name: Minecraft
  • Total Downloads: 2,582,570
  • Category: PC Games, Adventure
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Minecraft?

Minecraft is a first-person sandbox video game that gives players the freedom to build and design their own worlds. It’s a 3D world where players use cubes to build whatever they want to protect themselves from night monsters or just design cool buildings and structures for fun.

Is Minecraft safe?

The Minecraft file itself is safe from viruses and malware. However, there are skins, mods, and other user-generated content that can be downloaded to enhance your Minecraft universe which could be infected with malware. I strongly recommend that you use an antivirus program to scan any of these files before downloading them to your computer.

Is Minecraft free?

If you want to fully experience all that Minecraft has to offer, you will need to purchase the game. As I explained above, there is a Demo World that can be played for free, but it only lasts for 5 Minecraft days.

However, Minecraft did re-release the classic Minecraft for free as a browser-based game. The game is the original 2009 version with just 32 types of blocks. Slow play only has Creative Mode and all the original bugs.

Where is Minecraft located on my computer?

By default, Minecraft is downloaded on the C: drive on Windows devices. During the installation process, there will be an option to create a shortcut on the desktop.

Do I need an account with Mojang to play Minecraft?

Yes, Mojang is a Swedish company that developed Minecraft. They have since been bought by Microsoft, but you still need an account to play. With your Mojang account, you can log in and play Minecraft across a variety of platforms, such as XBOX, PC, mobile devices, Oculus, more.

How can I install Minecraft Mods?

The first step is to install a program called Minecraft Forge. Next, download the Mods from a reputable source. Remember to scan the files with an antivirus or upload it to VirusTotal. After the file finishes downloading you can upload it to your Forge account and then launch Minecraft. Just make sure that the Forge profile is active when you start Minecraft.

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