Minecraft: Story Mode is the final product released from developer TellTale Games before closing down. Streaming service Netflix teased Minecraft: Story Mode with this statement: “Take control of an adventure set in the Minecraft universe. The future of the world is at stake, and your decisions shape the story – so choose wisely!”

Minecraft: Story Mode allows viewers to decide how the story progresses across its five episodes.

The first three are already out, meaning you can stream them at your leisure now.

Minecraft: Story Mode is not to be confused with the popular game, because character’s cannot be controlled.

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You will need to use the official app from Google Play to watch Minecraft: Story Mode with an Android device.

Minecraft: Story Mode is rated PEGI 12, meaning it is targeted for family friendly audiences.

The Netflix show was created by Telltale Games, in collaboration with Minecraft creators, Mojang.

Minecraft: Story Mode features the voices of Patton Oswalt, Martha Plimpton and Corey Feldman.

Released in 2011, Minecraft is a sandbox video game, meaning players have the ability to create, modify, or destroy their environment.

Minecraft allows players to build with a variety of different blocks in a 3D procedurally generated world, requiring creativity from players.

Other activities in the game include exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat.

Multiple gameplay modes are available, including survival mode, creative mode, adventure mode and hardcore mode.

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