You may also want to look at some games. Games provide basic game play for the engine to run using Lua scripts. Different games have different objectives, such as survival, building or Player vs Player. Usually Minetest comes with Minetest Game, to supply the default items and blocks. You can then add mods on top of a game in order to customize your experience further.
Works on Windows 8, 8.1 and 10. May work on older versions, but not officially supported.
Stuck? See help on getting Minetest on Windows.
You can also get the latest development version of Minetest from builds made by community members. These builds are more recent than the officially released builds and contain new features (at the cost of stability).
Android 4.0 or later is recommended.
Note: We advise not to use unofficial builds commonly found on the Play Store. They may contain excessive advertisements or spyware, or be distributed under proprietary terms.
These may be out of date at times. If they are too out of date, consider building from source.
On FreeBSD 9.1 and newer, you can use the official pre-built packages:
pkg install minetest minetest_game
You can also compile Minetest and choose build options easily using the FreeBSD port dialogs.
cd /usr/ports/games/minetest make install cd /usr/ports/games/minetest_game make install
macOS 10.14 or later is recommended.