So, you're looking to play Minecraft for free. Well you're in luck because there is a free version of Minecraft and you can play it in your browser right now. This free version is actually the original, classic Minecraft creative mode - the version of the game that started the whole phenomenon, and you can play right now with up to nine friends. It was originally released as part of Minecraft's 10 year celebrations but is still around now to help you with a free Minecraft fix.
Because this version of free Minecraft is the 2009 version of the original creative mode there are some limitations - there are no mobs, for example, only 30 block to build with and all the original bugs are still there. But when it's free you can't really complain. Click on this link right here.
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Unfortunately there’s no way for you to save your game in the browser that we can find, so you’re going to have to just resign yourself to having to eventually wave goodbye to your blocky world. However, you could always keep the tab open infinitely to prevent it from disappearing into the ether. There won’t be much to lose, however, as Classic Minecraft is the original version of Mojang’s phenomenally-successful game: there are only 32 different types of blocks (with most of them being dyed wool), all the original bugs are in there, although you can build as much as you want as Classic Minecraft only has creative mode.
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