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Play Minecraft for free and still have premium fun

You might not be able to reach the complete potential of the game, but 95 out of 100 is usually more than enough pass any exams. 

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Here's what you have to do in order to play Minecraft for free.

Get yourself the pirated version of the game. It's not hard to find, because it is posted on very many torrent and Minecraft websites. 
When you search for it, make sure it's one of the latest versions released. You can find out what the latest update is by visiting the official website ( somewhere under the buy icon ) or by searching for "Minecraft version history" on Google.

The unofficial client has its limits though. You are unable to connect to Notch's website, therefore you cannot auto update, or change the default skin of the character. These downsides aren't really noticeable while playing. Most of the players that bought their rights still use the default character skin, and some always play offline or avoid servers, because they can't really have the fun they want there.

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If you want to play online, you need a second software, called Hamachi. It can be found very easily on the web, and even though there is a paid version, the free one offers even more than we need. This software connects computers to a VPN, while making them think they are connected via LAN. 

All the users connected in the same network can now see each others single player games. This is also suitable for games like Red Alert, Counter-Strike, Warcraft 3, and many others. After you register an account and create/join a VPN, simply connect to the host's Hamachi IP address, or check the LAN tab, and the games should appear. 

Sometimes the games can lag. 
If they do, or any other problems occur, check the connection icon next to the Hamachi nickname. If it's green, everything is fine, if it's blue try rejoining the network or reconnecting on Hamachi, and if it's red, try restarting your PC, and ask the others to do the same.

If you want more access to the map, you can download the server file from the Minecraft website. Extract the files, and don't run the server before you make the following changes in the server.proprieties file ( opened with Notepad ) : server-ip=Your Hamachi IP , online-mode=false. 

Without these two you won't be able to play. You can make other changes as well, regarding difficulty, flight mode, and others. If you run into lag issues, I've heard that disabling The Nether ( allow-nether=false ) helps. From the console you have complete access to things like players locations, weather, or game time. The list of commands can be found on Google. Don't use them to cheat the game ! There's no fun in that.

Is the premium version better ?

Although it saves you a lot of time, the premium version of Minecraft isn't perfect, because it seems you still get bugs and crashes in your most delightful moments of play. Lot's of people struggle to play Minecraft for free these days. On the internet, nobody is 100% guilt free. We all end up downloading some pirate software at one point or another. Even the ones who do buy, check with the cracked version first.