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MindCrack and HermitCraft are communities of video game players and YouTube personalities who play together principally through the multiplayer features of the game Minecraft. They record their exploits during gameplay sessions and publish them to viewers on YouTube or live stream it on Twitch or hitbox. This is provided alongside various side projects involving either sessions played alone or with varying numbers of other players - both from within and outside the communities.
MindCrack is a brand owned by Guude. Its logo is owned and copyrighted by W92Baj. Both MindCrack and HermitCraft started out with Minecraft but have expanded to include other video games. Text and images on this wiki are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) (1.3 or later). Contributions remain the property of their creators, while the GFDL license ensure the content is freely distributable and reproducible.
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Countless users, including anonymous users, help document the world MindCrack and HermitCraft. Text on this wiki is a collaborative work, and the efforts of individual contributors to a page are recorded in that page's history, which is publicly viewable. Information on the authorship of images can be found by clicking on the image itself or the nearby information icon to display the file page, which includes the author and source, where appropriate, along with other information.
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