Eerskraft is a Minecraft-style game that borrows absolutely every idea from the great title by Mojang: from the identical graphics, to the types of blocks you can find and use. It's almost exactly the same. The controls in Eerskraft are just as you'd expect. With your left thumb, you can move your character, while with the right, you can move the camera, mine blocks, and place any block where you want it to go. If you tap on the button in the lower right corner, you can also open your inventory, where you can select any block. From the main menu in Eerskraft, you can choose between the two available game modes: survival and creative. In the first, you'll start out the game without anything and you'll have to focus on surviving in a hostile world that's full of danger. In the other, you'll start out the game with all the blocks in the game and you can start building from the get-go. In short, Eerskraft is yet another Minecraft clone. While it doesn't offer anything new or different from what we've seen in other titles, it does let you enjoy a pleasant and relaxing game experience in a world full of blocks.