When one plays Minecraft, one rather feels that one is being followed by a talented but somewhat unhinged pianist who has his piano on some rather heavy duty trundlers. Aside from zombie groans, skeleton rattles, chickens clucking and the occasional downpour, Minecraft isn’t exactly heavy on the old ambient sound. If you turn the music off the world quickly becomes aurally bland. MAtmos fixes that particular issue by adding atmospheric sound to the game. When you walk on a sandy beach, you’ll hear the water lapping gently against the blocky shore. When you climb a snowy mountain, you’ll hear the cold wind whipping past you.