As we’ve covered here on Kotaku, many online games are designed to let players play as their favorite characters.
That means that a game like Destiny or The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt may have been designed to have players interact with each other via chat.
But it’s not as simple as that.
The most popular online multiplayer game currently in development is Minecraft, which is built entirely around the idea of allowing players to build things.
It’s a game where players can craft weapons and armor, and build worlds that others can explore.
Players can also build out houses and structures, and then share them with friends.
Minecraft is the kind of game that makes it easy for developers to build multiplayer games, since it has a large community of players and is easily modified to suit different play styles.
If you’re interested in playing Minecraft, though, you may have to go to the servers first.
The game currently only supports four platforms: Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android.
It looks like Minecraft is only compatible with MacOS, and if you’re on Windows, you’ll need to install the Minecraft app on your machine first.
Unfortunately, if you’ve got a Mac or Windows PC running OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Minecraft may not be able to run on it, and that may result in the game not loading at all.
As of this writing, there are no plans for the game to support Linux.
Minecraft: Mac support coming soon.
While the game has been around for quite some time, Minecraft has only recently seen a lot of interest among game developers.
The idea of playing Minecraft online with friends is still very much alive, and there are still quite a few developers working on multiplayer games that would benefit from a version of Minecraft that supports both Linux and MacOS.
That being said, Minecraft is still pretty limited, and it would take a lot more work than just adding new multiplayer features to the game.
That’s why we’ve been trying to get a hold of Minecraft developer Mojang to find out how far along the game is.
Minecraft on Linux: the long road ahead