Many schools use Minecraft to teach children social skills, communication, problem-solving, reading and writing, math, and teamwork. In 2009, Minecraft put out an online version for PC gamers to play in the alpha stage. They improved the game by listening to user feedback.
Some players say it is more of an experience than a game. What a player does is really their choice!
The game involves wandering through the Minecraft world building weapons, buildings, settlements, or cities. In exploring the Minecraft world, you will need to learn to locate resources — an important skill. There are various levels a new player can choose, depending on what they are trying to learn.
In Survival Mode, you must acquire resources to build and defend yourself against zombies and monsters like the Creeper. The Creative Mode allows you to simply just build. You have access to all resources and can fly through the world. You can build bridges, castles, buildings, and cities. The Adventure Mode lets you explore other players’ maps and worlds successfully and safely. Their last mode, the Spectator Mode, lets users visit maps and buildings to explore without playing and deciding what they want to do in the game.