How to register for Minecraft online
After hearing a lot about it on the Net and from some of your friends, in the end you decided to try Minecraft too but you didn’t quite understand how to access the game? Don’t worry, I’m here to help you.
Minecraft is a paid game but there are a timed demo version and a “classic” version that can be played for free online, even in multiplayer. Just sign up and create a free account on the Mojang site. For more details, here’s how to register for Minecraft online step by step.
If you want to know how to register on Minecraft online, the first step you need to take is to connect to the game’s website and click on the Register link located at the top right. On the page that opens, fill out the form that is proposed to you by entering your details (email address, password to use in the game, etc.).
After completing the procedure to register for Minecraft online, you can play for free the multiplayer mode of Minecraft Classic, the free version of the title available online. To use it, all you need is Java software installed on your computer.
If you want more information about how Minecraft Classic works, I invite you to read my guide on how to play Minecraft without downloading it in which I have explained everything you need to know on the subject. A 1 hour and 40 minute demo of the full game is also available, which you can try by clicking on the play the demo link located on the right of the Minecraft website home page.
Finally, I would like to point out that in addition to the Mojang account, to play on some multiplayer servers you need to register with them and then log in with your authentication data. To register, connect to the server, press the T key on the computer keyboard and type the command/register followed by the password you want to use repeated twice (eg / register password). The following times, to log in you will have to press T and type the command/login followed by your password (entered only once).
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