How to install Minecraft on Ubuntu 16.04

Today we are looking at how to install Minecraft on Ubuntu 16.04.  Since making this video, it has become much easier to install Minecraft in Ubuntu as Minecraft released a Linux client that does not need Java anymore.

So a person only needs to go to your software center and install a package called Gdebi, or use the command below to install Gdebi.

Then download the installation package and install it with Gdebi which you just installed on your system.

For a visual guide, on how to install it with the updated method, look here:

Command Used: 
sudo apt-get install gdebi

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