Minetest

     I know it's been a long time since I've posted anything on my blog, but that's not why I'm posting something now. This post is for all the people that are upset that Mojang sold Minecraft to microsoft, which honestly if I was in his/their shoes I would have done the same thing. Didn't they get like 4.8 Billion, or was that million, either way, it's a goodly lump of cash.

     Enough talk though, lets get to some show. Introducing Minetest.

     Yes I know, it looks very much like Minecraft, and there is a reason for that, 'cause it is very much like Minecraft. I won't pretend that it is the same thing, 'cause it's not. I also won't compare the two and say one is better than the other, because both have their pros and cons. I haven't played Minecraft in a long time, so I'm not sure what new features have been added since I was last able to play it, but I do recall that it had a very hacky way of adding mods, and it wasn't free. Minetest on the other hand is built with modding in mind, and is 100% free, plus it's open source.

     Minetest runs fairly okay on most systems, duo-core is recommended, and it's cross platform, so it will run if you have Linux, Windows or Mac.

    Find out more information and download from here: http://www.minetest.net/