The Minecraft celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, and the manufacturer Mojang released Classic Minecraft for free.
Classic Minecraft is essentially the same Minecraft when it was first developed. In this you had very few blocks to build and there were no bad mobs to fight. If you want to try it out, see how you can play Classic Minecrafft for free in a browser.
Classic Minecraft has limitations, as you may have guessed. You can not save a game, you can not use the regular account Minecraft / Mojang / Microsoft products to log in, you can not participate in existing games and basically anything related to your main account will not work.
You need a keyboard and a mouse, as well as a fairly modern browser for this. Chrome and Firefox do just fine. Even if you have a game controller connected to your system, it will not work with the free game.
You can play up to nine players together and you can play on a small, medium or huge map. Visit this page and she will create a new game for you. Enter a nickname. The site will give you a link that you can share with your friends and invite them to play the same game.
The W, A, S and D keys are used for movement, the Space key for jumping and the F key for toggle fog. There are no tools, and the items "break" with a single click of your mouse.
The game, although an online web application, will consume a lot of RAM through the browser. It's a good idea to make sure nothing on your system is already consuming too much RAM before you start the game. In general, if you are playing, close the other tabs in your browser.
To be honest, the free game is quite simple, compared to the current Minecraft game, and will not entice you to play for hours. Basically the game is played in creative mode. You can create whatever you want with whatever blocks are available to you. If your friends are involved, you can build together.
If you start a game and leave it, when there are no other players in the game, then the game will be lost (expired). If there are other players in the game, you can continue by visiting the link.