The first time I played Minecraft it was a wonderful experience. A zombie could lurk around every corner, and jump on you to kill you. You had to constantly watch your back so creepers didn't sneak up on you. But if you managed to survive, you would be rewarded with magical landscapes, that contained high mountains, big lakes, and scary caves. You constantly kept exploring to find out if there was more. And there was more. You found new biomes, mobs, and structures. You felt like you had completed something amazing after you created that big tree hut with multiple floors, or hollowed out a mountain and created a big house in it. But now, it's not like that anymore. Every landscape looks the same. Caves aren't scary anymore. Fighting monsters is a minor annoyance now, and why would you build a big beautiful house if your wooden box costs fewer resources and is easier and more efficient to use. Food isn't a problem anymore because you create a big 50x50 wheat farm on a big plain where you brought water to on your second day, instead of a small farm next to a river.
I feel like Minecraft has lost its charm? Is there a way to fix this?