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Minecraft is one of the most popular and influential video games of all time. It has millions of fans and players around the world, who enjoy its endless possibilities of creativity and exploration. But did you know that there is a hidden version of Minecraft that is very different from the one you know and love? It's called Minecraft 3D, and it's a retro-style game that was released as an April Fools' joke in 1994. In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about Minecraft 3D, how to download and install it, and how to create and edit your own Minecraft 3D models.




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What is Minecraft 3D?




Minecraft 3D is a parody of the original Minecraft game, made by Mojang as a joke for April Fools' Day in 1994. It is a low-resolution, pixelated, and simplified version of Minecraft, with only a few basic features and elements. It is meant to look like an old-school shareware game from the early 90s, with cheesy graphics, sound effects, and music.


A brief history of Minecraft 3D




Minecraft 3D was first announced on the official Minecraft website on April 1st, 1994, as a "rediscovered masterpiece" that was found in Mojang's basement. The article claimed that Minecraft 3D was a state-of-the-art game that won many awards and accolades, but was only released in a limited number of copies. It also claimed that Mojang was inspired by Minecraft 3D to make future updates for Minecraft more retro and minimalist.


Of course, this was all a prank, as Minecraft 3D never existed before 1994. It was actually created by Mojang as a fun and nostalgic tribute to the old games that influenced Minecraft's development. It was also a way to poke fun at some of the common complaints and suggestions from the Minecraft community, such as performance issues, graphics quality, and gameplay features.


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The features and gameplay of Minecraft 3D




Minecraft 3D is a very different game from the regular Minecraft. It has only a few basic features and elements, such as:


  • A single game mode: Zen mode, which has no objectives, no story, no meaning, and no fun.



  • A limited number of blocks: dirt, stone, grass, wood, leaves, water, lava, sand, gravel, glass, wool, TNT, bedrock, and burning barrels.



  • A few mobs: sheep, cow, pig, chicken, zombie, skeleton, spider, creeper.



  • A simple inventory system: you can only carry one item at a time.



  • A basic crafting system: you can only craft planks from wood.



  • A rudimentary physics system: gravity affects some blocks but not others.



  • A low-quality sound system: all sounds are made with beeps and boops.



  • A retro-style graphics system: all textures are pixelated and have only a few colors.



The gameplay of Minecraft 3D is very simple and straightforward. You can explore a randomly generated world made of blocks, break and place blocks with your hand or tools (if you have any), interact with mobs (mostly by killing them), craft planks (if you have wood), and build whatever you want (or don't want). There is no goal or purpose to the game, just for fun. There is no survival mode, no multiplayer mode, no creative mode, and no achievements. The game is also very buggy and glitchy, and may crash or freeze at any time.


How to download and install Minecraft 3D?




If you want to try Minecraft 3D for yourself, there are two ways to download and install it. One is the official way, using the Java Edition launcher. The other is the alternative way, using the Mine-imator software. Here are the steps for both methods:


The official way: using the Java Edition launcher




The official way to download and install Minecraft 3D is to use the Java Edition launcher, which is the same launcher you use to play the regular Minecraft game. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Download and install the Java Edition launcher from the official Minecraft website. If you already have it, skip this step.



  • Open the launcher and log in with your Mojang account. If you don't have one, create one for free.



  • Click on the "Installations" tab at the top of the launcher.



  • Click on the "New" button at the top right of the screen.



  • Give your installation a name, such as "Minecraft 3D".



  • Click on the "Version" dropdown menu and select "Historical versions".



  • Scroll down and find the version labeled "3D Shareware v1.34". This is Minecraft 3D.



  • Click on "Create" at the bottom of the screen.



  • Click on "Play" at the top of the launcher.



  • Select your installation from the list and click on "Play" again.



  • Enjoy Minecraft 3D!



The alternative way: using the Mine-imator software




The alternative way to download and install Minecraft 3D is to use the Mine-imator software, which is a free and easy-to-use animation software for creating Minecraft videos. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Download and install Mine-imator from its official website.



  • Open Mine-imator and click on "New project".



  • Give your project a name, such as "Minecraft 3D".



  • Select "Minecraft world" as the type of project.



  • Click on "Browse" and select a folder where you want to save your project.



  • Click on "Create".



  • A new window will open, showing a blank Minecraft world. This is where you can create and edit your own Minecraft 3D models.



  • To play Minecraft 3D, click on "Play" at the top of the window.



  • A new window will open, showing a first-person view of your Minecraft world. This is Minecraft 3D.



  • Enjoy Minecraft 3D!



How to create and edit your own Minecraft 3D models?




If you want to create and edit your own Minecraft 3D models, there are two tools that you can use. One is Blockbench, a free and powerful 3D modeling tool for creating custom blocks, items, mobs, and more. The other is Mine-imator, which we already mentioned above. Here are some tips on how to use both tools:


Using Blockbench, a free and powerful 3D modeling tool




Blockbench is a free and powerful 3D modeling tool that allows you to create custom blocks, items, mobs, and more for Minecraft. You can also export your models as JSON files that can be used in Minecraft 3D. Here are some tips on how to use Blockbench:


  • Download and install Blockbench from its official website.



  • Open Blockbench and click on "File" > "New" > "Model".



  • Select "Minecraft Java Edition" as the model type.



  • A new window will open, showing a blank workspace where you can create your model.



  • To create a block model, click on "Cube" at the top left of the window. This will add a cube to your workspace.



  • To resize and move your cube, use the tools at the top right of the window. You can also use your mouse wheel to zoom in and out.



  • To add textures to your cube, click on "Texture" at the top left of the window. This will open a panel where you can import or create textures.



  • <li To apply textures to your cube, drag and drop them from the panel to the cube faces. You can also use the tools at the bottom of the panel to adjust the texture mapping.



  • To create more complex models, you can add more cubes and other shapes, such as cylinders, spheres, planes, etc. You can also use the tools at the top of the window to rotate, scale, mirror, and group your elements.



  • To preview your model in 3D, click on "Display" at the top left of the window. This will open a panel where you can change the background, lighting, and perspective of your model.



  • To export your model as a JSON file, click on "File" > "Export" > "Minecraft Java Edition (.json)". This will save your model as a JSON file that can be used in Minecraft 3D.



Using Mine-imator, a simple and intuitive animation software




Mine-imator is a simple and intuitive animation software that allows you to create Minecraft videos with ease. You can also use it to create and edit your own Minecraft 3D models. Here are some tips on how to use Mine-imator:


  • Download and install Mine-imator from its official website.



  • Open Mine-imator and click on "New project".



  • Give your project a name, such as "Minecraft 3D".





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