so, let's say I programmed something like remake of mc, hovever fully accessible for blind players. You can move in the generated world full of forests, mountains, rivers, ponds, cut down trees in forest block by block and build a house of your dreams, not limited by anything or anyone, build large bridges between your buildings or tunnel under them, all in accurate 3d space, where you are builder. You can also craft your tools like sword and go out to fight some enemyes, or simply kill few anymals to get food, of course if you are not vegetarian.
Something from this is reality, something near future, that is not important now hovever. I am interested in fact, how is mc licensed. i want to make more people able to play Blindcraft, not only me as a dev, especially if there will be multiplayer mode, what I don't know yet. So, my question is if I write to the licence and info about the game, that it is inspired from Mojang minecraft and ideas in it are not mine, can I publish it? I am not using theyr code, not copying theyr sounds, I am not profitting from the game because it is free and all is created by me, what I am not sure about is if for example fact, that sword is crafted bi stick on b1 and for example stone on b2 and b3 is not licenced somehow, and also craftingtable in general. I want to make bc as reliable as possible, so I will not remove craftingtable and crafting principles from it, but here can be potential law conflict, can someone tell me please, how is this done and if there are some ways how to avoid it?
Thank you in advance.