Minecraft: Story Mode is a fascinating Android quest created in the Minecraft setting, which is the first project in a five-part game series. Even the most famous legends and legends lose their relevance and significance over time. Sometimes descendants even consider such tales to be nothing more than fiction, mocking their ancestors, calling them liars and dreamers. However, there is one ancient legend, the truthfulness of which no one doubts, it is transmitted in the smallest detail from generation to generation - this is a tale of the mysterious Order of the Stone. At the time of its relevance, the Order consisted of four legendary characters: brave warrior Gabriel, blacksmith affairs master Magnus, artful robber Soren, as well as their boss, the head of the organization. Their fame they deserved in the battles with the fire-breathing Dragon, freeing from its tyranny territory fairy universe. Since then, many hundreds of years have passed, but the danger still hangs like a sword of Damocles over all mankind. In this project, the user will play simultaneously for several protagonists who are adepts of the legendary Order. As in other Telltale Games products, for example, Tales from the Borderlands or The Walking Dead, gamers will have to take a direct part in the story dialogues between the numerous actors, make fundamental decisions that greatly influence the final of this whole story. Together with an excellent and fascinating story, gamers are waiting for a proprietary cubic graphics that completely copies the style of the famous Minecraft.
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Allows the app to prevent the device from going to sleep.
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