Minetest is not a game itself, but instead provides a Lua API which is used to create games and mods. This makes creation and customisation super easy.
You are not restricted by any EULA, and have full access to the source code. Minetest is available under the LGPLv2.1+ license.
Minetest is written in a computer language that makes more efficient use of hardware, allowing more schools to be able to experience interactive virtual learning.
Minetest is not associated with any company or commercial entity, which can make it more suitable for adoption in organisations where this is a problem.
You can find help with any problems on our forums or IRC channels.
The above is based on the responses of educators using Minetest.
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