waitwaitwait.. FOOD COLORING??
A well thought out suggestion actually, I like the vulture, eagle, etc. Some people might say (Aye, It's a hard to hit mob that is passive and drops a feather). But I would even be happy with an aesthetic mob like the bat, but aviary.
Although i hope to god that they have AI that makes them prefer more open and free areas when they see the opportunity. I do not want a damn pigeon in my house that I cannot kill.
I was playing Minecraft earlier and I found it to be pretty quiet.
I really like the music in Minecraft, but it rarely plays from my own perspective, Plays around sunrise, sunset, etc.
When music isn't playing in the game it gets really quiet, and sound just adds a lot more of a greater feel to me. I feel like distant and nearby winds, rustling grass and stuff like that.
I know there are mods that do things like this, but I don't like hastling with modding and things, and like my Minecraft to be mostly Vanilla other then having Optifine.
I thought this would be a cool idea and wanted to know what others thought of this idea, if you agree or disagree.
I believe you misunderstand the usage of ambiance in gaming. Game Developers primarily use it to help induce a state of 'immersion' within the game. This is especially important to games such as Amnesia: The Dark Descent, or Outlast, etc. As they are horror games which work best when the player feels completely immersed in the environment. Minecraft clearly is not trying to make the player feel immersed, it doesn't need the aspect of immersion.
For longest time, Minecraft became viral back when there was little sound (Lava bubbling, Calm piano in background, Sheep 'Baaas', etc). They only decently recently added more variations of music for Survival, Creative, etc. This was only for variation (as I agree that the old music sounded like it was made to put you to sleep). In terms of ambiance, there is ambiance in the game if you actually looked into your issue before addressing the forums. In fact, there are even files CALLED ambiance in the game. In terms of wind blowing, trees rustling, etc. It i agree with Oilura, it would only confuse and distract the player. To get players 'in the mood' to play minecraft, Mojang had the music designed. That is the exact reason there are separate music files for Survival and Creative.
Nono, I mean the detail on this. Why is its health so specific and what is the strategy on taking them down. Why is it overlooked by the enderdragon, etc.
As stated, this suggestion has potential to strike interest but it seems incomplete. There are missing details. Surely, when you break down tools and armor, you wouldn't get back the same iron you'd put into it. As that has potential to evolve into some dupe glitch.
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Well most applicants should be expected to read no more than the first page, there should be no reason for them to filter through all the petty applicants to find little nitpicks from OP that is quintessential to application.