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Oct 31, 2010court12b posted a message on 8/10 people agree this update sucks and mod calls us chumpsugh, Minecraft IS the new WoW, just look at the forums.Posted in: Alpha - Minecraft Halloween Update
Oct 10, 2010court12b posted a message on You know you've been playing Minecraft too much when...You watch Planet Earth and all you can think about is how big that save file must be.Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single Player
Oct 8, 2010so, infinity is nice and all, but I had an idea I wanted to suggest.Posted in: Suggestions
what if instead of an infinite world, the worlds were smaller and you could travel between multiple worlds?
what I'm thinking is that a single world would only be about maybe 10k x 10k and it would "wrap" around meaning that if you walked far enough west in one direction it would start loading the east side of the map and eventually you'd get back to your spawn.
to me this would feel a lot more manageable than the mind warping-ly colossal realm that currently resides on my hardrive ( who knew 44 megs could be so fascinating?)
I have a question by the way, in multiplayer, does a further explored server map run slower than a smaller one?
Oct 5, 2010So I just found my first natural bed of obsidian and I'm chewing through my one and only diamond pick to pull it up even though I understand it's relatively useless.Posted in: Suggestions
I was thinking, since notch is gonna add tougher baddies, what if you could make stronger arrows by somehow fragmenting obsidian and using the pieces for arrowheads.
Sep 23, 2010I think something like this would be nice for when you just need to move up a few steps.Posted in: Suggestions
I figure the recipe would be something like this,
where the sticks would actually be ladder segments(not sticks)
to me I'm thinking it should be able to get you up a 3-4 block rise.
Sep 23, 2010Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single PlayerQuote from Duba »Also, I don't think many other gaming companies are going to feel threatened by Minecraft's success. It's not like the game requires a monthly fee, and the price (especially now, in alpha) is EXTREMELY reasonable. I see Minecraft as being one of those games millions of people buy and play once or twice a week.
To me the reason big publishing houses would be upset is the fact that Minecraft is stealing their market share. I know personally that I haven't even thought about buying other games since I downloaded Alpha.
Also, the fact that one man made one simple game with SO MUCH re playability kind of reveals how lousy the big publishers have been treating us. With all their resources, some of them can't even manage to break the 30 hour mark of replayability.
I dunno, IMO once SMP is fully functional I think you're gonna see lots of people setting up lots of servers and spending lots of time building lots of cool stuff. Time NOT spent playing Halo or Civ 5.
Right now, however I kinda feel like I'm done with the game until SMP is a little more developed but once that happens me and the Fiancee and some friends are gonna build some wicked cool stuff.
Sep 19, 2010Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single PlayerQuote from SkyPiercers!? »If I were Notch, I would have made the game private by now. Or even better, close the accounts that were bitching without a refund.
He should make it by friend invite only. each account only gets like 3 invites.
hope he hits beta soon so the price will go up, that will help filter out the whiney bitches.
Sep 19, 2010back to the front page with ye!Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single Player
Is anybody else genuinely concerned that the activisons of the world might try to actively kill(or steal I suppose) Minecraft? In my opinion Notch is in a place to do some SIGNIFICANT damage to their market share.
Sep 19, 2010after thinking about it, I changed my mind.Posted in: Suggestions
is what I'd really like to see now.
it's much less about guiding your hand and more about recording your actions.
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