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    posted a message on Minecraft 2: Smaller blocks
    Quote from PugRme »




    I looked on the front page.


    I just did so again, what exactly is the name of the thread?
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    posted a message on Minecraft 2: Smaller blocks
    Quote from TMN »
    Quote from Nazzer »

    I'm not "suggesting a sequel". I'm exploring a game concept and recognizing that the concept, since it would obviously require the game to be rebuilt from the ground up, could not be added in this game. The only way that it COULD be added would be in a sequel.

    This thread is not "I like minecraft, there should be a sequel". You are a moron for not recognizing that when I have again and again focused on the aspect of having smaller blocks altogether.

    Lets sit here for a moment and imagine that this thread was made without me mentioning it being someting to be used in a potential sequel:

    EVERYONE WOULD SAY "NO, the game is too far in development and this would require a complete overhaul of the code"

    I mentioned a sequel to try to get morons like you, who are incapable of looking at an idea as a concept past it's initial titular description, to look at it as a game concept as a whole. But no, you are too dense and your brain stops functioning at the very utterance of the word "sequel".


    Well this has been suggested in much greater detail... so your the moron for not searching.


    That's interesting, you mean I can actually get this idea with a search? Because I tried. I'm wondering, what search terms did you use to find this via the search function?


    Quote from The_Phantom_Potato »
    Reported OP for insults.

    You do know that the general rule here is to not post that you have reported someone and just do so, right?
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    posted a message on Minecraft 2: Smaller blocks
    Quote from The_Phantom_Potato »
    Quote from Nazzer »
    Quote from The_Phantom_Potato »
    This forum is for suggestions to MINECRAFT. Not a sequel. So, until there's a suggestion forum for Minecraft 2, shut it and go play with the craftable blocks. Call it a demo.


    Good god that's so stupid. I don't even know how to respond to something so stupid. "Don't post suggestions for a sequel JUST BECAUSE there's not a sequel in the works yet?"


    What's stupid is suggesting a sequel when THIS GAME ISN'T EVEN DONE YET.

    I'm not "suggesting a sequel". I'm exploring a game concept and recognizing that the concept, since it would obviously require the game to be rebuilt from the ground up, could not be added in this game. The only way that it COULD be added would be in a sequel.

    This thread is not "I like minecraft, there should be a sequel". You are a moron for not recognizing that when I have again and again focused on the aspect of having smaller blocks altogether.

    Lets sit here for a moment and imagine that this thread was made without me mentioning it being someting to be used in a potential sequel:

    EVERYONE WOULD SAY "NO, the game is too far in development and this would require a complete overhaul of the code"

    I mentioned a sequel to try to get morons like you, who are incapable of looking at an idea as a concept past it's initial titular description, to look at it as a game concept as a whole, irrespective of the current game's development status. But no, you are too dense and your brain stops functioning at the very utterance of the word "sequel".
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    posted a message on Minecraft 2: Smaller blocks
    Quote from The_Phantom_Potato »
    This forum is for suggestions to MINECRAFT. Not a sequel. So, until there's a suggestion forum for Minecraft 2, shut it and go play with the craftable blocks. Call it a demo.


    Good god that's so stupid. I don't even know how to respond to something so stupid. "Don't post suggestions for a sequel JUST BECAUSE there's not a sequel in the works yet?"
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    posted a message on Minecraft 2: Smaller blocks
    Quote from The_Phantom_Potato »
    Quote from Equeon »
    He wants them naturally-occurring... not something you make yourself.


    Quote from Nazzer »
    I DID say that:


    adding smaller blocks that you can manually craft DOES NOT CHANGE the size of the blocks that the terrain generates by itself.




    I smell a liar. Or a fool. Probably the latter.

    Who is the liar exactly?
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    posted a message on Minecraft 2: Smaller blocks
    Quote from yoshi9048 »
    He could've just said that; if that's the case he's going to run into a lot of opposition.

    I DID say that:


    You really don't understand the difference between changing minecraft's block size and adding CRAFTABLE SMALLER BLOCKS. What in your brain is broken?

    Think for a moment about that: adding smaller blocks that you can manually craft DOES NOT CHANGE the size of the blocks that the terrain generates by itself. Are you STILL not understanding the difference, or do I actually have to draw an MSPaint picture for you?


    Quote from Zaibach »
    I think the MC engine could use a few overhauls and 1/8th blocks amongst other things is probably the direction it should head towards. The only reason they wouldn't be naturally occurring with the 1/8th blocks as they stand now is the whole game would need to be re-optimized (which might be a good thing anyhow)

    Seriously tho Minecraft 2?

    Minecraft hasn't even officially hit "live" yet and your already planning its funeral?
    I think Minecraft is one of those games that will continue to evolve rather than simply getting a sequel.


    I'm not "planning it's funeral" so much as exploring an option for expansion as an overhaul rather than a new feature. I like the idea of having 8th blocks, but I'm not sure they work on a large scale as something you place yourself. I'd like to see the terrain in the game be even more extraordinary, while retaining it's blockiness.
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    posted a message on Minecraft 2: Smaller blocks
    Quote from yoshi9048 »
    Which does the EXACT SAME THING. I mean, really now.

    You really don't understand the difference between changing minecraft's block size and adding CRAFTABLE SMALLER BLOCKS. What in your brain is broken?

    Think for a moment about that: adding smaller blocks that you can manually craft DOES NOT CHANGE the size of the blocks that the terrain generates by itself. Are you STILL not understanding the difference, or do I actually have to draw an MSPaint picture for you?
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    posted a message on Burning wood should drop ash
    I dunno. Sounds like an okay idea, sort of like the difference between Coal and Charcoal in-game.
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    posted a message on Minecraft 2: Smaller blocks
    Quote from Deltavor »
    Why make a whole new game, in which the only significant difference between the new game and the old game is the fact that the blocks are smaller?

    Did I say that would be the only significant difference? Obviously the focus on this thread was not the idea of a sequel in general, but on having a smaller grid IN a sequel. Your complaint is like looking at a suggestion that a sequel to Super Mario Bros have a more colorful palate, and saying "Why make a whole new game in which the only significant difference between the new game and old game is the color scheme?" Or someone suggesting that the sequel to the Sims use 3D rendering instead of sprites. "Why make a whole new game that's the same other than the rendering?"


    Besides, the idea here is to identify a major point of separation between the current game and a sequel, to make it obvious at a glance that a major change has occurred, one that is a leap forwards in technology. I don't know about you, but I would hate if a sequel to minecraft used the exact same engine but just had a few new features. Bioshock 1 and 2 had this problem, same for Halo 3 ODST and Left 4 Dead 2.

    And at the suggestion about the 8th blocks thread, this is NOT the same thing. You guys are talking about adding the ability to place specially made blocks that are smaller than the normal grid. I am talking about overhauling the grid size altogether.
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    posted a message on Minecraft 2: Smaller blocks
    I'm getting curious: What is the likelyhood of Notch making a sequel to minecraft in the future that has blocks that are 1/2 the size of the current ones? Pickaxes would destroy a group of 8 blocks, the player would be 4 blocks high instead of 2, and terrain and structures would appear to be more detailed.

    Is this a possibility? Would you like to see this as a natural evolution of minecraft?
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    posted a message on Discus - bouncing projectile
    Quote from hunterroge »
    Eh I think item retreival would be more suited for a boomer rang.

    I was kinda tired when I posted this so yeah not all the details are there.

    As for hitting mob it would bounce off at an appropriate angle if hadn't bounced already. This would allow for hitting two targets at once. I feel that for the most part that striking any surface would reduce the durability of the discus the same expect for maybe when hitting dirt. Two durability for bouncing off a hard surface (IE stone, wood, sandstone) one durability for hitting a mob getting stuck in dirt, sand etc.

    As I do think if it hasn't bounced already then it could trigger a lever or button. I would say no to the pressure plates.

    Make it out of slime balls and I approve. It could also be used in such a way that if you throw it directly down while on a button, it would bounce up and down continually, thereby creating a kind of a mechanical puling mechanism for redstone.

    Also, imagine if when it bounces off glass, it would break it. Then put it here:


    :Glass:
    :Glass:
    :Glass:
    :Glass:
    :Diamond:



    :_:



    where :Diamond: is the "discus" and :_: is a button. It would bounce higher every time it hits glass, and the glass would break, so each button press would be slightly longer after the last one.
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    posted a message on The Amazing F-jump [A SIMPLE solution]
    Please don't bump threads whose last post is less than a day old.
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    posted a message on Multi-core support
    Quote from idiotninja »
    I know right? How difficult is it to produce a multi-core program?

    Quite, actually.
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    posted a message on Pioneer craft:moving westward
    This has been suggested before. The problem with vehicles is that A)There is too much water in minecraft to traverse, so vehicles tend to be useless and B)How do you handle this:

    :Notch: :grass: :grass: :grass: :grass:
    :grass: :grass: :grass: :grass: :grass: :grass: :grass: :grass:

    Is that a wall next to notch, or a slope? Does the wagon slide up that, or hop up that?
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    posted a message on What if we made minecraft for iphone?
    Dude, seriously, this community has been active for 2 years, do you really think things like this and your furnace idea haven't been suggested before in some capacity? Please spend some time lurking without posting topics, you'll see what's already been done to death in a few days.
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