The Complete List of Minecraft Games Released Until 2023


Minecraft, developed by Mojang Studios, has become an iconic game that has captured the hearts of millions worldwide. Since its initial release in 2011, Minecraft has seen tremendous success, evolving from a simple indie game to a global phenomenon. Over the years, the franchise has expanded with various spin-offs, adaptations, and editions, offering players a diverse range of Minecraft experiences. This article presents a comprehensive list of Minecraft games released in 2023, showcasing the franchise’s remarkable journey.

Minecraft (2011)

The game that started it all, Minecraft, is a sandbox survival game where players explore an infinitely generated world, mine resources, and craft various items. It’s open-ended nature and creative possibilities have made it immensely popular among players of all ages. Minecraft’s success paved the way for an array of adaptations and spin-offs.

Minecraft: Story Mode (2014)

Minecraft: Story Mode, a spin-off game created in partnership between Telltale Games and Mojang, was revealed in December 2014. It was developed as an episodic adventure with a strong emphasis on player choice and storytelling. The game consisted of five main episodes and three additional downloadable episodes. It was available for download on various platforms, including Windows, OS X, iOS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One, starting October 13, 2015.

Minecraft: Story Mode features the protagonist, Jesse, voiced by Patton Oswalt and Catherine Taber, who embarks on a quest with their companions to locate The Order of the Stone. The Order of the Stone consists of four legendary adventurers known for defeating an Ender Dragon. The mission is undertaken to save their world from impending danger.

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Minecraft Earth (2019)

Minecraft Earth, an augmented reality sandbox game developed by Mojang Studios and published by Xbox Game Studios, served as a spin-off to the popular video game Minecraft. The game was announced in May 2019 and is available on Android, iOS, and iPadOS platforms. It allowed players to engage with the real world and construct Minecraft-style structures and objects that other players could share and modify. 

With an augmented reality interface, the game incorporated resource gathering and various features from the original game. Initially launched in beta in July 2019, Minecraft Earth was free-to-play and entered early access in October 2019. Unfortunately, the game was shut down on June 30, 2021. As a gesture of goodwill, players who had made in-game purchases received a complimentary copy of the Bedrock Edition of Minecraft.

Minecraft Dungeons (2020)

Released in 2020, Minecraft Dungeons departs from the traditional sandbox gameplay. It is an action-adventure game focusing on cooperative play and dungeon crawling, offering a different gameplay style within the Minecraft universe. Players can explore procedurally generated levels, battle hordes of enemies, and collect powerful weapons and artifacts as they embark on epic quests. With its accessible gameplay mechanics and charming aesthetic, Minecraft Dungeons offers a unique and engaging experience for solo players and cooperative groups.

Minecraft LIVE or MINECON (yearly event)

Minecon, also called MineCon or MINECON, is an annual fan convention and interactive livestream dedicated to the popular video game Minecraft. Mojang, the company behind Minecraft, hosts it. The convention has undergone various name changes and formats over the years. Initially known as MinecraftCon, the first gathering took place in 2010. From 2011 to 2019, it adopted the name Minecon. 

The inaugural Minecon 2011 was held in Las Vegas, where fans enjoyed Minecraft-themed discussion panels and gaming areas to celebrate the game’s launch. The most recent in-person convention was Minecon 2016, held in Anaheim and attracting an impressive attendance of 12,000 participants. 

Since 2017, Minecon has transitioned into an interactive live stream format, marking Minecon 2016 as the final in-person convention using the Minecon name. The live stream was branded Minecon Earth in 2017 and 2018, rebranded Minecon Live in 2019, and renamed Minecraft Live from 2020 onwards.

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