It’s possible to (officially)like it’s 2009 all over again.
In celebration of the game’s fast-approaching tenth anniversary on May 17, the developers are hoping to pull on fans’ nostalgic heartstrings. It’s kind of working! While I’ve only ever played Minecraft from the comfort of my own home, I can definitely relate to the trials and tribulations of trying to sneakily discover unblocked browser games in school as a bored kid. They never seemed to last long.
“With just 32 blocks to build with, all the original bugs, and an (inter)face only a mother could love, Minecraft 2009 is even more glorious than we remembered.” I for one appreciate the simplicity.
Go on, build something silly for old times’ sake.