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Minecraft is a sandbox-like game in which you can build.

The game is constantly evolving. Developed by Markus Persson, also known as "Notch". The game was intended to be a clone of Infiniminer, although Persson wants the gameplay to be more like Dwarf Fortress.

In survival mode, the main task is building and earning points, but it also includes a number of additional functions. Such is the presence of hostile monsters, as well as the need to collect resources for the construction of structures and materials for forging tools of work and protection from monsters.

System requirements (minimum):
Operating system: Linux
Processor: Intel Core i3-3210 3.2 GHz / AMD A8-7600 APU 3.1 GHz or equivalent
Video card: Intel HD Graphics 4000, Nvidia GeForce 400 Series or AMD Radeon HD 7000 series with OpenGL 4.4
Disk space: 2 GB
Optional: Java 8 (for 1.12.2 and 1.16.5), xrandr (x11-xserver-utils package on Debian / Ubuntu)

Installed OptiFine, Sodium, Iris, Forge and Fabric. All mods are optional, you can run the vanilla version of the game without any mods or delete mods you don't need.
- The -Xmx parameter in the startup scripts is responsible for the amount of RAM allocated. And in the launcher there is a separate form for this.
- All versions newer than 1.12.2 are 64-bit.
- There should be no Russian characters (Cyrillic) on the way to the game, otherwise the game will not start.
- For correct operation of old versions of the game (older than 1.17), Java 8 is needed (pay attention to the version), with newer versions the game may be unstable or not work at all.
- If you get the error "GLFW error 65543: GLX: Failed to create context: GLXBadFBConfig" when starting the game, start the game like this:

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First of all, you can simply try to open the server for the network through the game menu. If it works and they can connect to you, then you don't have to read any further. If that didn't work, then read the information below.

1. Download the server from here or from here
2. Start the server and close it to create the configuration file
3. Replace eula = false with eula = true in the eula.txt file
4. In the file, edit the line online-mode = true to online-mode = false
5. Done! Now, after starting the server, you can connect to it using your IP address

Learn more about server settings here.
Do not forget to change the --username LinuxPlayer line in the game launch script to --username Your_Name, since the game does not allow using the same names in multiplayer.


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* Minecraft (1.12.2 + 1.16.5 + 1.18.1) (Caves

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