Minecraft is a game based upon a seemingly easy goal. Players navigate an infinitely escalating world of cubes and amass blocks of diverse materials. With these materials, the game players can use the Minecraft crafting system to assemble nearly anything they can envision. From simple huts and houses to difficult logic gates and switch systems used to power sophisticated cities, anything is possible online. With some few basic materials to play, the crafting system permits players to craft everything required to build a whole world. At the start, the game the player must use their hands to harvest dirt, wood and stone to create the prerequisites. These necessary items include tools like shovels and pickaxes, construction elements such as bricks, doors and glass. Other types of equipment include bows, swords and pieces of armor. By putting the materials in a particular manner on a 3-by-3 grid, the game players can create any item they may need to build and guard their constantly evolving fortresses and houses. As a quick example, positioning two pieces of wood at the bottom-middle of your grid and lining the top of the grid with a stone, a player can create a stone pickaxe.