To celebrate Minecraft turning 10 years old, Microsoft now lets you play the original version of Minecraft directly in your browser. For the price of free. It will only be playable in creative mode, so there will be no monsters for you to fight. Even so, it’s free.
It looks like gamers will be able to invite friends to play with them, up to nine in fact, and all you have to do is send a link for them to join your game. It should be noted that the browser version of Minecraft cannot be saved, so any progress you make will be gone if you close your browser window or if you reset your computer.
So if you plan on building a lot of things, make sure that your browser does not crash. This Classic Minecraft is pretty much the original version that was launched many years ago, so some of the modern features and changes made to the game over the years will not be here.
You will have 32 different types of blocks to choose from. It looks like some of the original bugs are still in the game as well. To play, head over to Minecraft’s website to learn more.