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    posted a message on Worst Game You Ever Played
    Quote from Kageon

    All FPS games: Point and shoot, theres nothing more to it, THATS THE WHOLE GAME.

    This same logic can be applied to any genre, for example:

    RPG: Just lots of numbers accompanied by bad Lord of the Rings fan-fic.
    Platformer: Nothing but jumping on platforms, where's the fun in that?
    Adventure games: Why not just read a book.
    Sandbox: There's nothing to do.
    Stealth: Why hide from bad guys when I can kill them?
    Beat 'em up: Just like shooters except with unnecessary added stuff.
    Racing: Why not just drive a real car?
    RTS: They're all to complicated.

    Obviously this is sarcasm in case anyone didn't get it, every genre has its appeal.
    Posted in: General Gaming
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    posted a message on Worst Game You Ever Played
    Quote from FailStoner

    Has anyone heard of pumpkin world?

    You mean this game?
    Posted in: General Gaming
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    posted a message on we know what the fox says but...
    Nothing, it has no vocal cord. Sorry to ruin everyone's fun.
    Posted in: General Off Topic
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    posted a message on The Cabin in the Woods...
    Villages have always been able to spawn as single buildings (even if it's incredibly rare), all a village has to have is a well, a road and a building or farm. As for the villager, yes, they do now talk.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Worst Game You Ever Played
    Wow (not the game)! You guys must have the greatest collections ever if the worst you've experienced is CoD, Terraria and Skyrim. Go look up stuff like Two Worlds or Sonic 06, those two make you two's examples look like the 'Citizen Canes of gaming' as the saying goes, and they're far from the worst out there.
    Posted in: General Gaming
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    posted a message on Where does minecraft take place?
    Quote from OGP

    Minecraft doesn't really take place, anywhere. The developers saw Terraria and decided to make Minecraft. In which, Terraria was an imaginary 2-d world where nothing existed. Basically, what I am trying to get at, is Minecraft is a pixelated world in which what you do is up to you.

    Hope this helped!

    You know Minecraft predates Terraria, right?

    Anyway, under the assumption that Minecraft actually is set on our planet, it's the entire planet. There's no real location big enough to take up the entire Minecraft world.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Ender man minecarts redstone biger world
    All those things are already in the game if they're what you're trying to suggest.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Cobwebs in Spider Dungeons
    Add this, Mojang. NOW.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Nether coffee shops

    This idea, I think, would fit into 0_Zippy's Nether Villager idea.

    You mean despite Zippy posting on this thread just how terrible he thought the concept was?
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on 3 Least Favorite Biomes From 1.7 (as of now) ?
    Quote from Scum

    What the ice spikes needs is MOUNTAINS. Ever seen the savannah M biome variant? Well take that and add snow and ice spikes, it would look a lot better than the plains.

    Have you ever seen an ice spike in amplified? It looks amazing, so I agree with adding mountains to that biome.
    Posted in: Future Updates
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    posted a message on Quests in Minecraft (Described and Shown with Concept Images)
    Quote from Woncler

    Minecraft is NOT an RPG game.

    You know, because quests are exclusive to RPGs, it's not like most other open world sandboxes have some form of quest system, in fact, it's not like Minecraft doesn't already have a very simplistic quest system (NPC trades). Quests aren't an RPG exclusive thing, they're found in almost every genre, including sandboxes.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Jungle Wood in Savannah Villages (12 supporters, lets get to 50!)
    I've had this idea for a while, although I didn't post it. Obviously I support.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Amlified mountain photos- Observe the beauty
    Quote from jebblue

    I liked the amped village, the low lying houses must be for the peasants, there's a lookout post near the top with the clearest views of the valley, the King's house and the King's servant's house are at the top of course. :)

    It's funny because the village I found had the church (the closest thing to a castle) and all the larger buildings at the bottom, while the highest mountain was just 2 by 3 block huts.
    Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
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    posted a message on Amlified mountain photos- Observe the beauty
    Edit: Sorry for double post.
    Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
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    posted a message on Amlified mountain photos- Observe the beauty
    So can we share photos in this thread? Either way, here's some good ones of mine.




    Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
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