If you haven’t been living under a rock for the better part of a decade, then you’ve probably heard of a little game called Minecraft. If you have been living under a rock I apologize, and I have nothing but love for rock dwellers.
Minecraft is a procedurally generated game about building, fighting and exploring, either with friends, or all by your lonesome. It’s a game that is loved by millions of gamers worldwide, and is available on multiple platforms ranging from PC and Xbox to iOS and Android powered devices.
Instead of spending anymore time talking about a game that I’m sure you already knew about, I’m going to talk about MassiveCraft. What’s that? You’ve never heard of MassiveCraft you say? Well then sit down and buckle up, because MassiveCraft is a force to be reckoned with.
MassiveCraft is technically a just a PVP and roleplaying server for Minecraft on the surface, but it really feels like its very own game that just borrowed the graphics and sprites from Minecraft.
For starters MassiveCraft, unlike Minecraft, features it’s very own storyline that is constantly evolving based on the in game decisions of the characters of the world.
Another really cool feature of MassiveCraft is the ability to tame animals, like the wolf in Minecraft, as well as monsters such as zombies and skeletons thanks to the Massive Mobs update.
So what do you say? Will you leave behind the vanilla blandness of regular Minecraft, and instead reach for the awesomely immersive roleplaying experience that is MassiveCraft?