I discovered it last week or so from this video series from SeaNanners
It's kinda hard to explain, so it might help to skim through a video. Basically it's a world made out of blocks. And there are a bunch of different
materials and you create stuff. Like you dig a mine, mine out some iron, make iron tools. Or if you find gold you can make gold...stuff. And then you
can go crazy building all sorts of stuff. Here's some pictures of my place.
And my mine where I found said gold
And this is a bunch of stuff I made outside
Yeah, that's a waterfall and a KISS logo inside a glass swimming pool.
You can just be creative and make whatever you want really. I think it's fun.
edit on 9/17/10 by enjoies05 because: (no reason given)
Man, I found out about this game on Thursday, bought it on Friday, and have almost not stopped playing it since, lol.
I started with nothing, but now I live in a 2 story house built into the side of a mountain, completely with glass balcony overlooking my property,
and astronomy tower, a log cabin by the lake, and 3 separate mine shafts.
Hate to bring up an old thread, but Minecraft is going Beta today. (Of course it's likely any regular Minecrafter or prospective Tree Puncher already
Anyhow, anyone else here run a server? I have one, but I plan on keeping it small (like under a dozen players) also the uptime for mine is sporadic.
(As in it's up when I'm playing on it, otherwise you'll have to catch me online and ask.) I've only got two people that have been on it, so if
anyone here wants in - feel free to fire a U2U. I have monsters and damage turned on, so watch out for creepers if you join. I'll fill in on more
details for anyone that joins.
If anyone has a good server that needs people for working on a project or doing some kind of questing or expanding the map with outposts and colonies,
I'm game for that too.
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