Microsoft has made classic Minecraft available to play for free via your internet browser, as part of the upcoming celebration for the game’s 10th anniversary.
The build only has 32 different block types (mostly dyed wool) to work with, all the original bugs and UI quirks that the game had at the time, as well as having just Creative Mode to work with.
You can access Minecraft Classic via the link here, and invite friends to join in by sending them the code.
Apart from Minecraft Classic, Microsoft recently teased that the game’s getting some kind of AR app, which you can learn more about here. More stuff for the 10th anniversary celebration is set to be revealed on May 17, 2019.
Minecraft is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, iOS, and Android.