Getting Familiar With Minecraft Modes
It’s true that Minecraft gives players the freedom to do whatever they want in the game, to heart’s content; there are no goals or missions in Minecraft where the player absolutely has to accomplish them. But of course a game with no concrete goal can quickly become boring, that’s why Minecraft has modes and difficulty levels to keep players entertained. Apart from that, there are also Minecraft skins that help change the appearance of your character as well as fun capes that they can wear.
Minecraft has a handful of modes available and one of them is the Creative Mode where players are granted access to every resource and item available; they are displayed in the inventory menu and players can add or remove them any time. Players can adjust their avatar’s ability to fly anywhere in the game world and the avatar cannot sustain damage nor be affected by hunger. This mode, as it is cleverly named for, lets the players focus on their creative side and just go on building and improving their avatar’s world.
There’s also an adventure mode in Minecraft, which was specially designed so players can experience a customized maps and adventures. The gameplay here is quite similar to that of survival mode but it has numerous restrictions on the players. So players have to gather all the needed items and experience exactly what the mapmaker intended. A new addition to the custom maps is a feature called the command block.
What it does is enable mapmakers expand the available interactions with the players with the help of certain scripted server commands. Another mode is called the Spectator mode which lets player fly through the blocks and watch the entire gameplay without direct interaction. Players don’t have an inventory; instead they can teleport absolutely anywhere.