Well, it's cooler and looks more correct than the "Running Man and the Creeper". Since when is a creeper a stick? It's a rectangle with four small squares (or two if you're looking at it two-dimensionally) underneath.
Hmm, maybe this could be made to be a part of some of the spells that Notch mentioned earlier? Like, in order to cast some advanced spells, you need to trace out the correct constellation with a wand tool? Though I guess that would limit them to nighttime and outdoors, and also be extremely difficult...I dunno, it's just an idea.
Every star is a sun that has at least one planet orbiting it. And on each planet is at least one map with a poor survivalist trying to forge iron ore into iron bars so he can make a bunch of arrows to kill those evil skellys with. And then a creeper explodes in his face.
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Hex editing reality to give us infinite grenades Hurry notch, you glorious bearded *******! - Kilbas
Every cuboid planet has 6 sides - which means Island maps are in the centre of one of the 6 sides.
Even the inland maps could have 6 sides;
What if there was to be a sort of plantary type mode where if you wander off the edge of your map, you would land on one of the other sides of the planet? and that, althought the planets core would have to be made from a cuboid of lava - that cave exploration was effected by gravity around the central cube :ohmy.gif:
Since the sun travels a straight path, only one side will see light at any one time, the rest of the planet will see twilight, or night (opposite side) two of the sides would be in constant twilight, as the sun and moon circled the planet horizontally :biggrin.gif:
Whoo, I just made my subconscious happy :tongue.gif: