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Quote from Newe6000 »Quote from Alpha_Squad »looks like it would get swarmed with monsters at night...
It seriously dosent, too many torches, infact I havent seen a single monster on this map.
Quote from Rotten194 »Quote from CAGE »
Ok I read your entire post. Can you really blame people not knowing what position your taking when you contradict yourself between the two paragraphs?
Yes I get that your trying to make fun of those people who think like you said in the first paragraph, but that isnt really made very clear. Maybe you should just state your opinion (the second paragraph) and leave all the sarcasm out of it. Its not necessary.
He clearly states the first paragraph is sarcasm. My god. How the hell is that not clear?
Are the people on this forum really this thick? Is this some kind of joke?
Nevermind. I guess that yes, you guys really are that thick.
So, I want to be able to see things miles away in Minecraft with infinite maps like we can now. Notch is made of magic fairies, so he can do it, right? I also really think Notch should have just finished Survival MP before starting on infinite maps, that way he would have to write Survival MP two times instead of one. Once again, magic fairies.
But yeah. When I play infdev, I miss having the fog distance up at 512 meters, so I could see miles away. One of the things I really like about Minecraft is that I can look at a hill miles and miles away with sheep or pigs on it, even though Notch says the entities stop being drawn past a certain distance (I don't know what that means, so I'm just going to assume that it means absolutely nothing, and that I'm still correct) , then go kill them for wool or pork chops. It really made the world feel open.
Survival MP first, and he has to write it twice. That's just a stupid decision all around. View distance farther... Notch is not some kind of miraculous being who can make computers do whatever he wants, without regard to realistic limitations. MILES AND MILES AND MILES AND MILES... You have not ever, ever been able to see for even half a mile in Minecraft. Ever. (There was a time before fog, but the level wasn't a mile in any direction, so I'm not considering that). The highest fog distance is 512 blocks. That's about half a kilometer. Which is about a third of a mile. If you want to be able to see mobs and other players really far away "like you're able to in indev," then you're just painfully ignorant of what is going on in the game. Entities past a certain point stop being rendered. So there's none of this "I saw a sheep MILES AND MILES AND MILES AND MILES AND MILES away! I felt free!" Just stop.
Quote from Bletotum »If they get lost it's their own fault, and that's realistic. It's great for gameplay as it gives the CHOICE to be on your own or in a group. No competition as a loner, but if you want the trade benefits of a town, then otherwise.
Quote from Zuriki »It's a goddamn ****ing pyramid, get over yourselves.
^Pretty much this.
It's just a pyramid.
the most logic theory would be that it's there because notch is testing premade buildings...