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Minetest is a FREE open source voxel game engine (like Minecraft® )

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Minetest

An open source voxel game engine. Play one of our many games, mod a game to your liking, make your own game, or play on a multiplayer server.

Available for Windows, macOS, GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFly BSD, and Android.

Features

Players

Choose from Multiple Games
There are many games to choose from. You could survive in a harsh environment, build creatively, or fight other players. Just download a game or connect to a server.


Enormous Maps
With 62,000x62,000x62,000 blocks, there's no running out of space. You can mine 31,000 blocks down, or build 31,000 blocks up.


Multiplayer Support
Play by yourself, locally with your friends, or online with dozens of players on a server.


Texture Packs
Not happy with the look of the textures? Change them!


Beautiful Map Generators
Choose from many different fast map generators included in the engine, or install one as a mod.


Developers


Make a Game
Create your own voxel game using our Lua API. No need to worry about tricky voxel rendering or networking; instead write scripts to add items and control game play.


Modding API
Use the same Lua API to make mods for any Minetest-based game. Publish your mods on the forums, and contribute to others' mods.


Large Collection of Existing Mods
There are over 1,000 open source mods on our forums which are ready to be used, adapted or learned from.


Friendly Community
You can find help with any problems on our forums or IRC channels.


Open Source
The engine is open source and transparently developed. Submit an issue for anything you're missing, or get the source code and dig into it yourself.



Getting started

Are you a new user? Have a look at our Getting Started, FAQ, and Tutorials pages on our wiki.
Otherwise, feel free to look at the changelog.

You may also want to look at some games. Games provide basic game play for the engine to run using Lua scripts. Different games have different objectives, such as survival, building or Player vs Player. Usually Minetest comes with Minetest Game, to supply the default items and blocks. You can then add mods on top of a game in order to customize your experience further.


Windows

Works on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10. May work on older versions, but not officially supported.

    Minetest 5.0.1 - portable, 64-bit (recommended)
    Minetest 5.0.1 - portable, 32-bit

Stuck? See help on getting Minetest on Windows.

You can also get the latest development version of Minetest from builds made by community members. These builds are more recent than the officially released builds and contain new features (at the cost of stability).

https://www.minetest.net/

Mac OS X Downloads: https://github.com/krondor-game/minetest/releases Or
https://forum.minetest.net/viewtopic.php?t=9190
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