It may not be possible to code a Minecraft clone in 30 seconds, but you can definitely create one in under two hours.
Daniel Bark created this course. Daniel is a senior software engineer from Sweden and is an expert with Three.js.
In this course, you will create a game that supports five Minecraft block types. It will include moving, jumping, switching and placing blocks, saving, and more.
Here are the sections covered in this course:
- Keyboard input
- First person camera
- State management
- Cube component
- Add/Remove Cubes
- Texture Selector
- Save world
- Hover cubes
Watch the full course on the freeCodeCamp.org YouTube channel (2-hour watch).