This description is somewhat misleading in my opinion, as most games have survival mode, and they did not mention the there are a lot different mods, modpacks, and games for Minetest such as Mineclone and Mineclone 2 which have most entities found in Minecraft, including Creepers and Endermen.Minetest (DVD-CODE: 018) can be described in only one way - it's a fully free, open-source version of Minecraft. Even though, both games have some minor differences, gameplay and textures are very similar. Voxel models, made from cubic blocks and the building possibilities limited only by our imaginations are good enough arguments to give this title a try. Though we won't find survival mode, and we can't count on seeing any Creepers or Endermen, Minetest is a great alternative to Minecraft if you're only interested in the creative side of Minecraft
Size after installation: 100MB
Here is the original:
Update: They also have a different and more accurate description of it on a text file included the DVD, here it is:
Minetest is a popular game inspired by Minecraft. It is developed as an multi-platform open-source project with an active community of players. It offers an open world and a few game modes: you can try to survive in rough conditions, build in creative mode, or fight other players. You can play by yourself, on a local network with your friends, or on an on-line server with tens of other players. You can easily modify Minetest to your liking, the game has a lot of mods - on the on-line discussion board of the game you can find over 1,000 open-source mods that you can use for playing, learning, or making derivatives. Apart from the Windows build included on the disc, the game is also available on Android, macOS, and Linux, among others. After decompressing the archive, you can run the game by executing the file MINETEST.EXE located in the bin folder, which is located in the Minetest root directory.