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About this game

This is our official build from the original source code. Open source license (LGPL 2.1+), no cost to download and play, no ads.

Explore, dig and build in a beautiful procedurally-generated world, and craft stuff from raw materials to help you along the way.

Play in singleplayer or online

Customize your game to add blocks, tools and features.

Supports multiple languages

A constant development to add new functionalities for end-users

Our game is also available for Windows, Linux, OS X and FreeBSD platforms

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Updated on
Dec 4, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

8.74K reviews
Gloria Weaver
November 5, 2023
The mods and stuff are really cool. One problem is that there are a lot of bugs, and the app crashes as I try to load the MineTest game when I choose a mod with a bug in it that I didn't know has issues instead of showing the script error so I could see what the problem is. Sometimes laggy, but it may have to do with the fact that I'm playing this on my phone.
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December 6, 2023
Minetest is great! This android port isn't. Minetest is an open source game engine that runs custom games written in lua. It's more like roblox than minecraft, in that regard. One custom game, Nodecore, is *very* worth a look. This client is a pretty direct port of the desktop version, with some touch controls slapped on. It doesn't appear to recognize my hardware controller buttons at all. The touch controls are clunky at best, too.
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Diego Gonzalez
August 2, 2022
Touch controls are... weird at best, and inefficient at worst. The touch controls are not what I was expecting.. double tap to place/interact with blocks is weird but usable. The worst touch control is the combat mechanics, you have to hold your finger on the screen over the enemie your trying to do damage to.. not only does this take time to do its also very buggy, if you don't hold your tap over the enemie when your about to swing it straight up won't do damage, sometimes doesn't swing at all.
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What's new

Minetest no longer ships with a default game - instead, users are directed to choose one from the ContentDB dialog
Redesigned the Settings GUI to be more user-friendly
Android: Place nodes with single tap
Added improved antialiasing filters
Modding: Added ability to override item images using ItemMetaData