I hope Mojang give everybody who's bought minecraft a 10,000,000 sales cape when Minecraft gets to 10,000,000. That would be EPIC! This is not off-topic. Minecraft has come so far, and it has bloomed into something amazing. I don't care if you say you hate Minecraft, cos 10,000,000 love it. 10,000,000 vs. 1... 1 out of 10,000,001 people are the one person...
Tell you the truth, the minecraft lost most of its appeal after the adventure update. It's too RPG now. Oh well. Minecraft as a whole has lost its appeal for me.
Too RPG started at 1.2.5 for me, but other stuff that's just plain awesome keep it awesome.
Also now that i think about it I don't really like Biomes. Remember when there was a mountain wherever a mountain was? You could have a snowy forest mountain which is like impossible now. Nowadays terrain is just boring.
I remember when you would spend days trying to find mushrooms, sugar cane, clay, all the different saplings, ect... Now, they're everywhere. Just another thing which is spoiled for me.
Agree Agree Agree.
Diamond on first day of playtime. Just... No...
Sometimes I used to devote entire levels just to find ONEdiamond.
I would never use iron because I saw it as throwing away materials you wouldn't even get back from the tool, I always used stone tools.
Now you find people walking around servers with full diamond armor and tools/sword.
Diamonds used to be the symbol of ultimate rarity, now they are almost common.
Back in 1.6, I never got any diamonds. Now, with enchanting, I have four stacks of the stuff. Caves were smaller, worlds were nicer. I remember finding a red mushroom once, in 1.5 before multiplayer nether portals worked. I remember hiding it in this glass case, keeping it a secret because of how rare they were. I remember selling half a stack of clay blocks for half a stack of iron ingots. I remember farming zombies for feathers. I miss those days.
Ah, the nonsense of zombies dropping feathers, You can't forget it.
Also wouldn't it despawn if it was in a glass case?