Manic Digger – A multiplayer block-building voxel game, Minecraft clone

Manic Digger is a 3D voxel building game similar to Minecraft.Build yourself a home in your own world or connect to an online server to team up with others to create great buildings!

You can download the game directly from the GitHub releases page:


Singleplayer and Multiplayer
Full support for custom textures
Powerful server side modding API
Large world: 9984x9984x128 by default
War game mode – first person shooter
Game modes

Creative Mode

In creative mode there are no limits on the amount of blocks you can place. Build whatever you like without having to worry about collecting resources or crafting.Build spaceships, flying islands or cool pixelart – your imagination is the only limit!

Survival Mode

For those of you who like gathering resources and crafting stuff there is a survival mode.Please note that this is still in development (no friendly/hostile mobs right now)

War Mod

The War Mod is a gamemode that comes bundled with Manic Digger. It

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Minetest – A free, open-source voxel game engine and game

Minetest is a near-infinite-world block sandbox game and a game engine, inspired by InfiniMiner, Minecraft, and the like.

Minetest is available natively for Windows, OS X, GNU/Linux, Android, and FreeBSD. It is Free/Libre and Open Source Software, released under the LGPL 2.1 or later.

Near-infinite maps
With a 620003 block playing area, there’s no running out of space. Yes, the world height is also near-infinite.

Multiplayer support
Play by yourself, locally with your friends, or online with dozens of players on a server.

Multiple subgames
Want to install dozens of mods at once? You can. Want to play Hunger Games? No problem!

Beautiful map generators
Choose from several different in-house map generators, v5, v6, v7, flat, fractal, and valleys,
each of them featuring several biomes.

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EC2’s most dangerous feature

As a FreeBSD developer — and someone who writes in C — I believe
strongly in the idea of “tools, not policy”. If you want to shoot yourself
in the foot, I’ll help you deliver the bullet to your foot as efficiently
and reliably as possible. UNIX has always been built around the idea that
systems administrators are better equipped to figure out what they want than
the developers of the OS, and it’s almost impossible to prevent foot-shooting
without also limiting useful functionality. The most
powerful tools are inevitably dangerous, and often the best solution is to
simply ensure that they come with sufficient warning labels attached; but
occasionally I see tools which not only lack important warning labels, but
are also designed in a way which makes them far more dangerous than necessary.
Such a case is
Roles for Amazon EC2.

A review for readers unfamiliar with this feature: Amazon IAM
(Identity and Access Management)
is a service which allows for the creation

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Cuberite – A FOSS Minecraft Server Implementation

Cuberite is a Minecraft-compatible multiplayer game server that is written in C++ and designed to be efficient with memory and CPU, as well as having a flexible Lua Plugin API. Cuberite is compatible with the vanilla Minecraft client.

Cuberite can run on Windows, *nix and Android operating systems. This includes Android phones and tablets as well as Raspberry Pis.

We currently support Release 1.8 and 1.9 Minecraft protocol versions.

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There are several ways to obtain Cuberite.


The easiest method is downloading for Windows or Linux from the Project site.
You can use the EasyInstall script for Linux, which automatically downloads the correct binary. The script is described below.
You can also obtain a binary from the buildserver archive.
The EasyInstall script

This Linux script will download the correct binary from the project site.

sh -c “$(wget -O –”


You can compile automatically for Linux / *nix

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Terasology: Open-source voxel world



The Terasology project was born from a Minecraft-inspired tech demo and is becoming a stable platform for various types of gameplay settings in a voxel world.

The creators and maintainers are a diverse mix of software developers, designers, game testers, graphic artists, and musicians. We encourage others to join!

Terasology is fully open source and licensed Apache 2.0 for code and CC BY 4.0 for artwork (unless indicated otherwise – see credits for minor exceptions)

We encourage contributions from anybody and try to keep a warm and friendly community. See our published code of conduct adopted from the template by the TODOGroup.


Terasology requires Java 8 – download it here. Also make sure that your graphics card driver is up to date.

For easy setup (recommended) you can use our launcher – download it here

Direct download stable builds are uploaded to our release section here on GitHub while the cutting-edge develop

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