Minecraft has become one of the most talked about gaming titles in recent years. It has, quite remarkably, reached across all walks of life. In a surprisingly short time it has gained footholds in educational institutions (K–12 and beyond), in rehabilitation centers, and in many other markets where a traditional game would never dare tread.
But what do you do after you’ve gained your own foothold in the Minecraft world? You’ve survived, plundered, and mined your way through the hills, dungeons, and temples, fought a tough but successful battle with the Ender Dragon, and taken home the prized Dragon Egg. What next?
Well, that’s where the fun really begins...and is precisely the source of so much of Minecraft’s enduring appeal.