Nah....I don't think it will will good
Hello members of the community. I made this thread to give some info about the bad graphics card error. I made a thread some months ago asking if I could play MineCraft on a dell d630 laptop (i wanted to buy it) with an intel gm965 graphics card. Some people told me that this wasn't possible because I would get an error and that I could only play until 1.7.2. So, I tried downloading MineCraft in a useless laptop I had which had an even worse graphics card: Intel GM945 (it was made in 2005). These are my laptop specs:
CPU: Intel Atom 1.6ghz
Graphics Card: Intel GM 945 (intergrated...not actually a graphics card)
Operating system:Windows XP
Surpisingly,I didn't get any error. And with some help from Optifine,some changes in the settings and a 8×8 texture pack, I was able to achieve 37 fps. The gameplay was of course not pretty good for most players' standards but it was somewhat playable. So, for everyone who believes or was told that he/she could not play Minecraft, just try and see how it runs. Of course, some people may get an error, but that does not only depend on the graphics card.
Please note that I turned most settings off so the game did not look very nice. It was just somewhat playable. I would suggest that you also downloaded the newest drivers for your graphics card,as this will help in most cases.Sometimes driver support may not be available for your operating system. For example, a laptop that was designed for Windows XP might not have driver support for windows 7. In this case,you could dual boot Windows 7 and XP and have windows xp only for playing MineCraft (I do not suggest dual boot, as you may do something wrong with the files, not that it is harmful). An other way for getting driver support is by moving to Linux.
So,do you have any experience with bad laptops/computers that you would like to share? I would be glad to here them!
Well it's a very nice idea....but a huge NO for monkey paws.People kill monkeys and gorillas for these and it is highly illegal.This feature should not be added to the game.Other than that....
The first computer I tried to play Minecraft on was awful, made more-so by the fact that I didn't know how to turn the graphics to fast. The only reason I survived was because I didn't know any different. I got about 1-2 FPS, I kid you not. Going into the forest almost killed the world and going to a swamp required me to delete the world (I never tried a jungle).
I think you should have done some searching. People suggested this stuff for years. Emerald and obsidian armor are among the most unfavored suggestions. A few bonus points for attempting to give the armors some uniqueness, but are overpowered. Emeralds can be farmed easily so it'd be stupid easy to get that stuff. Coal and redstone armor would be weird.
This would only be a nuisance, and nothing more. If you spawn in a cold/hot biome, you are now going to have to run out of it, or try your hardest to kill a herd or two of cows before you die, which will probably be unlikely. More often than not, people would just make a new world. If you don't spawn in one, you simply avoid it until you get armor, and then you never have to worry about it again. What's the point exactly? It's not "difficult" to go and punch cows for leather. It's not "difficult" to simply not go into a biome.
Plus, the reason you give in your latest comment makes no sense at all. You want to make the game more realistic because the game has been made unrealistic, changing what it is an has always been, basically, so people that aren't even gamers can appreciate the game more? What kind of sense does that make?
The game has a survival mode, yes, but the main draw of the game is the sandbox functionality. Some people like the little survival additions to make their stuff feel more earned instead of just spawning it in, but blocking off areas of the world is not going to help anyone like the game more.
This is a small suggestion, so it might fare better on the small suggestion thread rather than on its own. Still, it makes sense and should be added. I would suggest it only increases the speed by about 50% though.
I think the problem is nobody is really innovating within the PvP community. All of the subtypes and gamemode are still the same as they have been for years, and all are generally very hectic and require no real skill besides knowing who to spam at when.
And of course the 1.8 mechanics work better at those gamemodes, that's what they were designed for.
If people in the PvP community actually bothered to embrace the new mechanics, and develop new PvP modes and games for it, it would have ahd a seriosu change of conquering servers. But unfortunately people tend to stick with what they know, and nobody actually feels like trying something new...