Minecraft world building game which is as much loved as it is hated celebrates its 10th anniversary in style. Its developer Mojang, released Minecraft classic as a browser game, and it can now be played for free. Minecraft Classic is a remastered version of the original game which was released back in 2009. Although this will bring back many memories who played the sandbox game back then, it will also frustrate a lot by its choppy graphics and bugs.

Developer in the official post said that they wanted the players to give some taste of the original Minecraft. Hence, they will give players just 32 blocks at the start of their world-building journey. This also means players won’t be able to add fancy items to the game that were part of the update over subsequent years. The Studio also revealed that they haven’t fixed the bugs associated with the original game, and so if you are looking for a vintage way to kill time then be ready with Minecraft Classic.

Now as you are given all the warning, head to their official page and indulge in Minecraft world. You can also invite nine other friends to play with you. But there is some bad news, according to GamesRadar, players can’t save their progress in the game. Soo, whenever they shut the browser, all their prized creation will vanish. They would have to keep the browser open till they want to enjoy the game.

It hasn’t been all good with Minecraft; it’s creator Markus ‘Notch’ Persson was removed from the team a month ago after an update. He wasn’t even included in the 10th year anniversary celebration of the game. However, Microsoft has hinted an AR mobile game at the Build 2019 developer conference.