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Forsaken CraftZA is a family-friendly Minecraft Towny Survival server with several quality-of-life plugins and economy-driven gameplay.

Server features:
Player warps
Auction house
Chest shops
Crazy enchantments.

Players can purchase in-game ranks using currency earned through gameplay and playtime. The server is well-optimized and is constantly improving to provide the best experience for players.




An introduction to a blocky sandbox game.

Minecraft is a game made up of blocks, creatures, and community. You can survive the night or build a work of art – the choice is all yours. But if the thought of exploring a vast new world all on your own feels overwhelming, then fear not! Let’s explore what Minecraft is all about!


Minecraft has no set goal and can be played however you’d like! This is why it’s sometimes called a “sandbox game” – there are lots of things for you to do, and lots of ways that you can play. If you like being creative, then you can use the blocks to build things from your imagination. If you’re feeling brave, you can explore the world and face daring challenges. Blocks can be broken, crafted, placed to reshape the landscape, or used to build fantastical creations.

Creatures can be battled or befriended, depending on how you play. The world of Minecraft allows for epic adventures, quiet meditations, and everything in between. You can even share your creations with other players, or play in community worlds!

Learn more about crafting, one of Minecraft’s basic features, in this guide.


The Minecraft interface.


Minecraft has a recommended PEGI rating of 7 and an ESBR rating of Everyone 10+. Don’t worry – grownups are welcome, too!

If you’re a parent of a Minecrafter, make sure to check out Minecraft’s parental control features FAQ.



Because combat is part of the game, there are some elements of mild violence. Players can hit and defeat both passive and hostile mobs, as well as other players if playing in multiplayer mode. However, the graphical violence is limited by Minecraft’s visual style and there’s no blood. When it comes to unwanted player violence like griefing, we encourage players to report griefing behavior.



Minecraft is available on Windows, Mac, Linux, Xbox One, Xbox Series S and X, PlayStation 4 and 5, Nintendo Switch, Fire OS/TV, Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, and Samsung Gear VR.


Minecraft has two standard game modes – Creative mode and Survival mode.

In Creative mode, you have unlimited resources, immortality, the ability to fly, as well as the ability to destroy any kind of block instantly. This mode is mostly used by players who want to focus on the sheer pleasure of creating things with blocks.

In Survival mode, you explore the world, collect resources, craft, fight monsters, and gain experience points. Breaking different blocks takes work and requires specific tools. You are also bound by gravity and must manage your own hunger and health. Survival mode in Minecraft: Java Edition also has a sub-category mode called “Hardcore” in which you only get one life – lose it and it’s game over.

Creative and Survival both have four difficulty settings: Peaceful, Easy, Normal, and Hard. In Creative mode these settings don’t matter very much, because mobs won’t attack you. In Survival mode however, these difficulty settings are very important! They affect a number of factors, such as how often hostile mobs will spawn, how much damage they do, how quickly the hunger bar is depleted, and how fast a player’s health replenishes over time.

To learn more about Creative and Survival mode, check out this guide.

In addition to these game modes, there’s also unique content created by the Minecraft community in the form of hand-crafted worlds, mini-games, mash-up packs, adventure maps, and much more. This content can be found in Bedrock Edition at Minecraft Marketplace or via the subscription service Realms Plus, as well as Java Realms (Java Edition).

To learn more about community content, visit our guides to Minecraft Marketplace and Minecraft Realms.



Minecraft is a game for everyone, and we want to see you thrive in it. To help you on your journey, we’ve compiled a list of resources. These resources are divided into three categories: Before you beginGetting started, and Level up. To learn more, head over to our resource hub Tips for Beginners. You can also find answers to many of your questions at our help site.

Happy Minecrafting, and here’s one final tip from us: don’t dig straight down!