A Sure Stress Reliever Game – Try Minecraft for Free

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In a world where everybody is always on the run and is always faced with pressure, one must stop for a while and break free from the stress that life brings. A sure way to release all the stresses in life is to play a game. The internet offers vast number of games that can help people enjoy and relax. However, some of the games offered do not really help release stress but rather increase it. A new game invented can be downloaded now from the internet. This is called Minecraft. It is a virtual game designed for players who just want to create their own crafts in the accords of their own imagination.

Anyone who just wishes to put their imaginations into reality can really enjoy this came since it is made for people with creative minds. All you need to do is just download the game and voila, you can already go to different worlds and dimensions then do what your mind pleases you. Here are some basics that you need to know to enjoy the game.

How?

Anyone can just download the game from the internet then install it in their computers or their devices. What one needs are only their free time and their imagination. It is very easy since all you need to do is just create a craft and then use it for your own survival. You can even create and build your own house and develop your skill. The game has no goal system but only an achievement system. This means that you can freely do whatever you want. There are no goals needed to be achieved unlike any other games where you only are focused on achieving the specific goals. Try Minecraft for free now by just playing from your browser.

When and Where?

You can play Minecraft anytime and anywhere you want. In your office during coffee and lunch breaks, your workplace, in your car during heavy traffic, on the train, on cafeteria, in your home, and even on classrooms when you have vacant periods. Minecraft is especially designed for those people who have all the time in the world, who are always free and even those who are always busy and needed a break from the stress and pressures in life.

Who?

Anyone of all ages can enjoy this game. Small kids, young men and young women, adults, and even old people can play the game. Students, businessmen, professionals, government employees, unemployed, and even those who have just retired can enjoy the game. It is very interesting since each country or world has its own server. The Minecraft servers manage each world wherein players online can meet and create crafts together. Not only they can play and enjoy the game but this game also creates a way to make new friends and allies. It can be a medium used to reach people from different parts of the globe of all cultures. One can say that this is a game where everyone can connect.

Vikings, Valkryies and Valhalla

I really enjoy watching Vikings, which is a TV show based on the lives of Vikings (obviously). Valhalla is the name Germanic peoples gave to the palace of their chief god, Odin, in their mythology (stories of gods and goddesses) of many years ago. These people, who lived in Germany, Norway, Denmark, and other parts of northern Europe, told of a place “over the rainbow” where the gods dwelt. The chief god, Odin, lived in the palace called valhalla. All heroes who had fallen bravely in battle went there to live with Odin. Those who died a peaceful death were not permitted to dwell in Valhalla. The Norse peoples considered it glorious to die in battle, so that life ever after could be spent in the wonderful palace of Valhalla, feasting with Odin and watching entertainment and amusing themsevels with fighting and hunting.

I also enjoy playing Heroes of Newerth, which features one of the oldest heroes in the original DotA (Priestess of the Moon aka PotM) called the Valkyrie. Another noteworthy mention is in Starcraft: Brood Wars, which features the anti-air aircraft also called the Valkrie. In Scandinavian mygholoby, the stories the ancient Germanic peoples told about their gods and goddesses. The Valkryies were the attendants of Odin, the chief of the gods. They rode through the air on horses and delivered Odin’s orders during battles, which concerned who was to win and who was to die. The Valkryies were also thought to represent storm clouds. They wore robes made of feathers, and whoever could get a hold of their robes was supposed to be able to control them. In some of the stories the daughter of Odin, Brunnhilde, was also one of the Valkyries. An opwera by the German composer Richard Wagner is called Die Walkure (German for The Valkyries). It is one of the ring operas.