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Interested in a không lấy phí Minecraft alternative? Here's a quiông chồng look at some clones and derivatives out there that you really ought to check out.

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Minethử nghiệm screenshot, Minetest website, CC-BY-SA 3.0.

Terasology

Terasology might win the award for the most beautiful rendering engine in the pack; its shadows are both ominous và spectacular. What started out as an experiment in procedural terrain generation has turned into lớn a full-featured game, complete with multiplayer và a number of add-on modules installed by default to let you try out different gameplay mechanics.

Terasology is written in Java and made available under an Apađậy 2.0 license. Because of its Java-based system, it ought lớn run on just about any platform with sufficient power, so long as you have a Java 8 virtual machine installed.

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Terasology screenshot, Terasology code repository, Apabịt 2.0.

Voxel.js

The odd one out in this danh sách is Voxel.js; unlike the others, it"s not a game at all & doesn"t clayên lớn be. Instead, Voxel.js is a JavaScript library enabling you to lớn build your own Minecraft-style games, renderings, or other interactive sầu widgets in JavaScript và HTML, enabling easy embedding on any webpage with no special plugins needed for any browser that supports WebGL.

Voxel.js is put together as a number of related projects, meaning you can use as much or as little of the code as you wish when you craft your perfect game. The main library, voxel-engine, is a fairly basic engine for rendering boxy scenes, but there are over 200 additional add-onsavailable. Cheông chồng out the gallery for some ideas of what others have built with the engine. The main engine is released under a BSD-style license; other add-ons may be licensed differently, so it"s worth checking before you make assumptions.

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Screenshot of voxel-forest using Voxel.js, Jason Baker.

TrueCraft

TrueCraft is written lớn be very cthảm bại lớn the original game. It is described as a Minecraft "implementation," as opposed to a clone, & is compatible with official Minecraft server releases. The author of TrueCraft seeks to implement beta version 1.7.3 of the original game, a time in Minecraft"s development he deems "nearly perfect." A snapshot intentionally frozen in time, TrueCraft seeks feature-parity with Minecraft.

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TrueCraft screenshot, TrueCraft code repository, MIT license.

Craft

Craft is another open source voxel engine in the style of Minecraft. Development seems khổng lồ have slowed or stopped, but there are over 200 forks, many (such as the school project not2bad-craft) with major improvements. Craft"s simplicity may appeal khổng lồ you if you"re interested in building a game similar to Minecraft but aren"t sure where lớn start: the game engine resides in just a few thousand lines of C code and uses OpenGL for rendering. It uses simple algorithms for terrain generation và other tasks, & everything is stored in an SQLite3 database. There"s also a Python-based multiplayer server which is worth giving a try.

Craft is made available under an MIT license.

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Craft screenshot, Craft code repository, MIT license.

Other great options

Some other notable mentions you should try:

And there you have sầu it. This menu is far from comprehensive; there are many other options out there just waiting for you khổng lồ explore, và as time goes on we"ll undoubtedly see more choices emerge as enthusiasts fork these games or strike out on their own. Which one is your favorite, & which one did we leave off that you wish we had covered?

This article was originally published in 2015. It has been updated to include additional suggestions made by readers in the comments, as well as to remove sầu a few projects that are no longer available.