Many multiplayer maps aim to create something like Coruscant, the world-spanning city in Star Wars. But what about Trantor, the world-city of Isaac Asimov's Foundation? That city was so big, it not only filled up the world but was dozens of stories tall whereever you went... meaning that no matter where you were, you were somewhere "underground" and the ceiling was all around you. Both buildings and streets were part of a colossal building. Seems like the ultimate Minecraft multiplayer project :smile.gif: I wouldn't want to do it without toolkits, though.
This would be cool and not impossible.
In the book "prelude to foundation"
young hari seldon describes a trip thru a series of suberbs of trantor ie:new york to queens to manhatten.
on this trip most buildings were only 6-7 stories tall with only the skyscrapers 24 stories+ holding up a world spanning series of domes.
the hard part is there were few parks and no farms left on trantor [all food waas imported from off planet,and parks were on top of the domes]
the upper surface of the domes were described as unused and mostly empty of people.