Minecraft gets a free trial
Play Minecraft without paying with Minecraft Trial. It is a free-to-play, shorter version of the popular arcade game. It lets you have the creative freedom to build whatever you want in your world. Whether you want to build cute cottages, towering fortresses, and even weapons, the Minecraft world is your oyster. There is a catch, however. You can only play the Survival mode and for only 90 minutes.
Minecraft: a creativity game
If you are not familiar with the game, Minecraft is a sandbox game that mixes creativity, survival, and exploration. The game will place you in a semi-randomly generated world where you can mine, block-by-block, for materials. You can then use these materials to create your dwellings as well as weapons to defend yourself against enemies.
The game comes with two modes. You can play the Survival mode, where you need to defend yourself against a hostile environment filled with monsters. You can forge weapons to help you fight, but creating shelter takes priority. There is also the Creativity mode, where you are free from monsters and other threats. You are simply free to create buildings and structures.
Minecraft comes with Lego-like elements helping the game appeal to a huge number of gamers. Its cute blocky graphical style and gentle soundtracks make it ideal for younger players. Even its survival mode is perfectly family-friendly.
Play Minecraft for Free
Minecraft was first released by Mojang eight years ago. In the early Minecraft Pocket Edition days, players can use the demo to see if the game is right up their alley before purchasing the full version. However, the demo was removed in 2013, and since then, there is no trial version available for Android devices.
With Minecraft Trial, you can now see if Minecraft is for you without shelling out money. It lets you play the popular survival mode for a maximum of 90 minutes. When the time runs out, the round will end, unless you buy the complete version of the game.
However, just because it is a trial version doesn’t mean you will have limited options. For one, you have full access to whatever material you need to create your tools. The game also grants access to different options and features. For example, you can adjust dozens of graphs to customize your gaming experience. You can also change the controls from remote to touchscreens.
All in all, barring the time restriction, Minecraft Trial offers you practically the same experience that you can get in the full game. You can fight monsters, build your place, and have all kinds of adventures.
Just a limited version
In conclusion, Minecraft Trial is simply a limited version of the Minecraft game. It offers the same experience as well as the variety of options that the full game offers. It is just a shame that you can only get to play for 90 minutes. However, the duration is more than enough to convince any player to try the full game.