ken wrote:I've got a friend who keeps trying to get me to play minecraft. I've seen some screenshots of some crazy structures because of it. If it was online and free, I would probably play it.
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roymond wrote:My kids are 10 and 12 years old. They have become pretty much obsessed with Minecraft. Does anyone here have experience with this phenom? It's actually pretty cool...about building environments (sort of simcity, but building custom things that do things, not just plopping things from a menu) and exploring / interacting in massive multi-player mode.
Caravan Ray wrote:How do I actually buy something like this?
roymond wrote:server owners need to respect the license or they lose it.
I've not heard of any bullying or other abuse
Sober wrote:Late to this party, but this game is the motherfucking shit. I know all you dads are dadding it up in here, but I sporadically will fall into this game for a week at a time. I was out on a week-long mission in southwest Afghanistan, and a company of artillery Soldiers had a wireless LAN with a Minecraft server set up. I played all week, building alongside these crusty-ass artillerymen. Weird memories created out here.
I would love for there to be a songfight minecraft server.
Sober wrote:Did you ever play with Legos as a kid? It's the creative, build-anything sandbox that legos are, combined with exploration and combat. It's what games are supposed to be.
Sober wrote:The game doesn't really have a 'you win' scenario. You create little goals for yourself, and win them as you go.
Sober wrote:Tell me, how do you win at Pacman?
Pacman is the original zombie survival game. You don't win, you just survive for a while.
Caravan Ray wrote:I didn't see any combat.
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