It’s undeniable that Minecraft is one of the most influential games ever. It seems that every big title released after Mojang’s success features some kind of crafting element. If you’re in the market for some experiences that can satisfy your Minecraft-fueled urges, check out the following games.
Dragon Quest Builders 2
Lifting the blocking environments directly from Minecraft, this spinoff of the long-running Dragon Quest franchise caters to those who want a little more direction in their survival craft-em-up experience. Players take control of a trio of heroes who find themselves washed up on a strange island with little memory of who they are. They’re forced to work together to fashion a new life, and that means plenty of mining, tree-felling and base-building.
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While the bones of Minecraft are obviously there, what sets Dragon Quest Builders 2 apart is the story. It’s especially well-written, but it does give players a more direct goal to work toward. It can be daunting left to your own devices, so being able to follow a story and quests can be satisfying, especially when combined with the intuitive crafting system and light (but fun) combat.
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