Probably 1.0, and the old servers, servers are dead these days.
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Dec 10, 2017Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
So what, Mojang is a bunch of tree huggers now? ? ? I can't believe what she said, this younger community really is making a difference, and not in a good way. But to be fair it's not entirely their fault, Mojang just thinks they are stupid enough to somehow go up to a shark.
"With no rules to follow, this adventure, it's up to you", Damn I want Notch back.
With their logic they might as well remove trees, "Trees are really misunderstood, people harvest them for money and think their useless, but they actually give us oxygen."
Sep 5, 2017Posted in: Minecon
In my mind I think these are the best in order and I have reasons I picked these capes. 2011 has to come number one due to the simple look and the iconic creeper on the cape 2015 cape has to come number two this would have won the 1st place if not just being eyes the amount of detail on the cape other then the eyes really makes the cape look polished and beautiful 2012 has to come 3rd! this beautiful cape with its cool colors really looks nice but the colors in some spots can just look too bright hurting the eyes. NEXT 2015 Yes 2015 the only reason this isn't at the last place is it sorta of fits with the village update in 2015. And the last cape would have to be 2013 thats right 2013 the cape has no reason to even be there in the 1st place and just a boring old piston by it self really makes the cape boring the colors they picked for the cape are terrible green with a oak color? ew. I personally hate this cape and the only way other people could find enjoyment is actually doing a ton of redstone themselves. I hope you enjoyed this really long replay.
Cool, all the capes have the same background texture, just with something on top, so the 2016 cape really isn't that detailed
Oct 8, 2016Posted in: Discussion
The kid doesn't need education addition, normal PC is fine.
Jul 12, 2015Posted in: Minecon
Hello all! Just saw the new Minecon cape, which one do you think is the best? Here are some pics to help you decide:
2011 - Red with a creeper, classic.
2012 - Blue with a golden pickaxe, memories.
2013 - Green with a piston, would have been good for the redstone update. Makes sense, kinda.
2015 - Cyan with an iron Golem head, would have been alright for the update three years ago.
2016 - Completely black with two enderman eyes, possibly our most stylish yet! - Mojang | Yeah, you said that last year too...
Here's my picks:
2011: Because it relates a lot to Minecraft, the red background with the creeper is boss. Kind of shows you how much creepers were feared back then, and how destructive they are.
2012: The Blue looks good and is like the opposite of the red one, it's a "cool" color if you know what I mean, then you have the pickaxe, which is another asset of Minecraft.
2013: It's alright, to me they could have done better, just the fact it just doesn't fit, I would have preferred the original design.
I thought the 2013 looked pretty ugly, wow, 2013 has some competition now.No way, this is beautiful compared to the others now.
2016: Disgusting, lazy and boring, I heard someone say it's 'insane', this is anything but insane, it's terri- sorry, it's not terrible, it's the most STYLISH after all.
Those are just my opinions. I would love to see yours below!
Nov 9, 2015Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
Been playing since 1.0.
Oct 14, 2015Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
Yeah, same here kinda, and if a server doesn't like it, they can disable it. As well as the dual wield.
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Sep 30, 2017Posted in: Discussion
I used to watch Paulsoaresjr's "Survive and Thrive" series. In the second series (after the game was released) he started to call skeletons in full gold armour "Skelebling". I don't know why but I remembered this and when I got to pick my username for my account back in 2013 I thought Skelebling sounded cool. I had thought about changing it but decided not to after I started using it on other platforms like Steam and social media. 4 years later and I have never changed my Minecraft account's name, and never intend to.
Slightly off topic but, it seems like sleketons are the most frequently nick-names mobs in Minecraft, I've heard, Skelington, Skelebob, and Skelly, and now Skelebling.
Nov 2, 2011Posted in: Minecraft Mods**Halocraft v0.7.6**
Halo Mod For Minecraft
The Development Team:
KILLER CHIEF ------------- Coder. Try Hard: Modeller, Texturer, & Map Maker. A Bit of everything
Camo7 ---------------------- Texturing, Skinning, Modeling, UNSC/Covenant/Forerunner/Flood Architect.
Hellcraftjz ------------------- Texturing, Skinning.
FabulousMissLuna ------- 3D Weapon & Vehicle Modeller
More Information on the mod can be found here: halocraft.glitchyscripts.com
It includes information about setting up the mod as well as the crafting recipes and all the content the mod introduces into Minecraft.
Halo maps remade in Minecraft:
Minecraft Halo Map Pack by onimushaiz: www.minecraftforum.net/topic/552120-/
Downloads & Links:
Go Here for Download Links and Information:
Oct 8, 2016
Hi guys, do you remember the video "How Big is Minecraft?" from 2012? I'm the original creator. I talked in future videos about my biggest error, converting the square area of Minecraft incorrectly when comparing to the Earth, but never did a full remake.
Well here it is, as you see in the big video above. It's not just fixing the numbers but a whole new video in itself, bringing all the calculations up to date with today's version of Minecraft in 2016, and I talk about some unique stuff not mentioned previously. But first, in case you don't already know, how big is Minecraft?
The values have changed ever since the game's creation, but as of today it's a remarkably huge world. Knowing that one block is one cubic meter, and that the Minecraft world extends +/-30,000,000 in both X and Z directions, we find that Minecraft is essentially a 60,000,000x60,000,000 meter square. that leads us to 3.6 quadrillion square meters, or 3.6 billion square kilometers. Compared to the Earth's 510 million square km, Minecraft is actually bigger than the Earth by 7 times. Meaning you could technically build a model of the Earth 7 times (with some serious height limitations) on Minecraft. It's remarkable.
Some people have gone on to say that Minecraft is actually 8 times the Earth. I've always wondered if this was just a miscalculation, but I found out it's simply using an older value for the Minecraft world's coordinates. From InfDev to 1.7.4 Beta Minecraft, What was called the "far lands" existed- giant epic walls with holes in them. They were present 12.5 million meters or so from the center of the Minecraft world. However, these far lands extended until +/-32,000,000 meters. When you do the rest of the math using this know calculation of Minecraft instead being a 64,000,000x64,000,000 meter square, Minecraft turns out to be 8 times the size of the Earth.
So in summary...
- 8 times the size of the Earth: Minecraft from InfDev to Beta 1.7.4 when including the far lands.
- 7 times the size of the Earth: Current Minecraft all the way up until the border before where Imaginary Blocks spawned.
But there's something nobody tends to tread on, and I certainly hadn't even mentioned it in my last video from 4 years back. It's volume. What's the volume of Minecraft? And how does that compare to the Earth?
All we have to do is take the area of Minecraft and multiply it by height, base times height (256 meters). That gives us a volume of over 900 million cubic km. The Earth, however, is roughly 1 trillion cubic km. Meaning, the Earth's volume is actually 1000x that of Minecraft.
Here's the reason, Minecraft has no* depth to it. Think about a sphere and how every meter it extends in length and width, it will equally extend in height. Minecraft on the other hand, while technically a rectangular prism, is basically a square relatively speaking. Think about its Length and Width (60,000,000x60,000,000 m) compared to its height (256 m). When we put that into a base to height ratio, For every meter the base of Minecraft extends the height only extends 0.000000000000071 meters. That's why a world like Minecraft can have an enormous surface area more than 7x the Earth's, but puny volume.
It's like a long napkin vs a golf ball.
Thanks for watching, and I hope you enjoyed the video.
- Just wanted to address the Game Theory video since it was so popular. He claims Minecraft is a sphere, but I really don't believe any of this. In my opinion, MatPat simply looks too deeply into the game, going off the rotations off the sun/moon/stars, gravity, sunsets, etc... While I'm no stranger to looking deep, it's easy to point out what has a bearing on the physical world and what is simply just an animation in the sky. There's no curvature programmed into Minecraft, we know that it goes out in a flat x/z plane and slightly up and down in the Y dimension. While it is an interesting video, the GameTheory's take on the shape of the MineCraft world seems to be more of a "lore"-based theory, while my shape of Minecraft goes straight off the coordinates and how the world is physically structured. In my opinion, I'm simply taking a more pragmatic approach.
Jul 19, 2015Posted in: Discussion
Mojang, if you see this, you need to slap your own hands right now for a week straight. Vamanos!
You might be thinking, "What are you talking about? You can have fun with tons of people on there!" I guess in a strange way, sure. But overall the point of the game mode is still not there. If I want to have fun with people, I'll just go on Team Fortress 2 or CS:GO. The singleplayer aspect of Minecraft is fine, you can do what you want, build what you want, craft what you want. The world is yours basically. In multiplayer, the world is... sort of yours? It's just a dumb share game at that point.
There is also a lack of multiplayer-based things in the game. Okay, so there are 50 people running around a big world. Wow. Neat. However, there are no forms of interactive stuff for multiplayer. For example, where the two-seated horses? Where the huge ships everyone can ride? Where the carrier pigeons to send messages? Catch my drift? Mojang should have implemented this stuff BEFORE having multiplayer exist.
You guys following me? Alright good, stay with me. Let's bring up something else. The lag. Good mother of sweet god, the lag. That lone factor should be enough to repel any of Satan's mortal creatures away from it. It's as if everyone in the world is playing the game through 90's AOL. You swing a sword at someone and they take the damage 4 days later. Someone fires an arrow at you and the server thinks it hit you when it was aimed at the blocky sun.
Lastly, there are no multiplayer mobs. In other words, there's no mobs with extremely jacked up health that require teamwork for many players to take down. No, it's just the same as single player. People killing the same creepers and cows with little effort. lolno. I can honestly say, that if multiplayer was just removed the game, I would not mourn for it.
Jul 22, 2015Posted in: Discussion
It's not exactly boring per se. It's just so buggy and laggy that the experience can be butchered easily. I would give anything to join a good survival server, but apart from the bad hit detection with other players, there's horrible delay with collecting items, breaking blocks, etc. So when you mine one block of coal ore, you're sitting there for 10 seconds waiting to pick it up. It's as if the server keeps taking a smoke break every single time someone does something.
As for plug ins, I don't think that needs to be mentioned here. I have never played on a 100% vanilla server as all of them have at least a couple mods for admins and such, which probably help create the lag.
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