It’s been a long time since the first public version of Minecraft released on the TIGSource forums, and a great deal has occurred since then: Microsoft claims it, 74 million people play it month to month, and there’s even a film adjustment in the offing. It’s unique creator, Markus “Notch” Persson, has been scoured from its credits.
Unlike say, World of Warcraft, Minecraft has gotten continuous additions and upgrades rather than immense principal changes, so it’s difficult to feel nostalgic for its past. Be that as it may, in the event that you do, the absolute first public build of Minecraft is presently accessible to play. Best of all it’s free, and you can do it right now in your web browser.
It comes courtesy of Mojang, who will command the multi-year milestone on May 17 (the official business version of Minecraft didn’t release until 2011). You’ll quickly notice the effortlessness of the procedural age, as well as the miserly 32 blocks to browse. Gracious, and the interface sucks. Be that as it may, it’s an interesting historical keepsake.
The studio has likewise encouraged users to Tweet their most loved Minecraft memories using the hashtag #MineCraftMemories. You may even finish up being featured on the Minecraft website.