EXMO affiliate program

Ютуб

© [All videos are produced by us]
"IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE ADVENTURE
...IT CAN BE A NIGHTMARE OR A DREAM."

→STAY TUNED EVERY FRIDAY
■ https://YOUTUBE.com/c/VRASvirtualrealityadventurestudios
■ https://FACEBOOK.com/VRAS.virtual.reality.adventure.studios/
■ https://INSTAGRAM.com/_VRAS_
■ https://VEER.tv/me/VRAS
■ https://SAMSUNGVR.com/channel/16085421f18514d288db2c39

VRAS. virtual reality adventure studios

360° VR VIDEO - REALISTIC MINECRAFT VR - VIRTUAL REALITY 3D
#1000
Page semi-protected
Minecraft
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Minecraft (disambiguation).
Minecraft
Minecraft logo.svg
Developer(s) Mojang
Publisher(s)
Mojang[a]
Microsoft Studios[b]
Sony Computer Entertainment[c]
Designer(s)
Markus Persson[d]
Jens Bergensten[e]
Artist(s) Markus Toivonen
Composer(s) C418
Platform(s)
Microsoft Windows
Mac OS X
Linux
[show]
Release
18 November 2011[show]
Genre(s) Sandbox, survival
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Minecraft is a sandbox video game created and designed by Swedish game designer Markus "Notch" Persson, and later fully developed and published by Mojang. The creative and building aspects of Minecraft allow players to build with a variety of different cubes in a 3D procedurally generated world. Other activities in the game include exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat.

Multiple gameplay modes are available, including a survival mode where the player must acquire resources to build the world and maintain health, a creative mode where players have unlimited resources to build with and the ability to fly, an adventure mode where players can play custom maps created by other players, and a spectator mode where players can freely move throughout a world without being affected by gravity or collisions. The PC version of the game is noted for its modding scene, where users create new gameplay mechanics, items, and assets for the game.

Minecraft received praise from critics and has won numerous awards and accolades. Social media, parodies, adaptations, merchandise, and the MineCon convention played large roles in popularizing the game. It has also been used in educational environments, especially in the realm of computing systems, as virtual computers and hardware devices have been built in it. By early 2018, over 144 million copies had been sold across all platforms, making it the second best-selling video game of all time. In September 2014, Microsoft announced a deal to buy Mojang and the Minecraft intellectual property for US$2.5 billion, with the acquisition completed two months later. Other games in the franchise have also been released, such as Minecraft: Story Mode.

Virtual reality
Early on, Persson planned to support the Oculus Rift with a port of Minecraft, however after Facebook acquired Oculus in 2013 he abruptly canceled plans noting "Facebook creeps me out."[129][130] A community-made modification known as Minecraft VR was developed in 2016 to provide virtual reality support to Minecraft: Java Edition oriented towards Oculus Rift hardware. A fork of the Minecraft VR modification known as Vivecraft ported the mod to OpenVR, and is oriented towards supporting HTC Vive hardware.[131] On 15 August 2016, Microsoft launched official Oculus Rift support for Minecraft on Windows 10.[131] Upon its release, the Minecraft VR mod was discontinued by its developer due to trademark complaints issued by Microsoft, and Vivecraft was endorsed by the community makers of the Minecraft VR modification due to its Rift support and being superior to the original Minecraft VR mod.[131] Also available is a Gear VR version, titled Minecraft: Gear VR Edition.[132] Windows Mixed Reality support was added in 2017. The only officially supported VR versions of Minecraft are Minecraft: Gear VR Edition and Minecraft on Windows 10 for Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality headsets.[133]
360° VR VIDEO - REALISTIC MINECRAFT - VIRTUAL REALITY 3D
Real life minecraft