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Feb 3, 2013Posted in: Discussion
Just because he hates it doesn't mean he should make the game less accessible for the people who have the OS. This is an example of a good developer right here.Quote from Redyoshi101
Correct me if I'm wrong but... didn't Notch say he didn't want minecraft on Windows 8?
Not related to your post: This seems like a good idea on Mojang's part, but wouldn't you need a keyboard to access the options menu in the first place? I've never used a touchscreen computer aside from iPads (which don't support java and don't allow you to download files from browsers) so forgive my limited knowledge
Feb 2, 2013Posted in: General Gaming
For a multi-million dollar company, they really don't know what they're doing.Quote from Namerax
yeah it isn,t that great anymore, i like that they improved the graphics but building is too hard now you can place like one block a second. i don't like the classes they have provided and it is really laggy on the servers (not the computer's fault). all i thought they needed to do was improve the graphics and balance the game and somehow make it harder to grief.
Jan 13, 2013Hey, this is more of a, err, major inconvenience, but whenever I click threads to view them in boards, it doesn't open unless I click and hold and press open. Thanks, I hope this issue gets solved soon cause it's a pain in the butt to browse sometimes.Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
Dec 29, 2012Posted in: General Gaming
As far as I know, the old game was universally liked, and Jagex didn't make it too much more complicated, it's just bad.Quote from Clark
People complain about it being ugly and to simple... Company comes along and buys it to upgrade it... People complain it's now not as simple...
Dec 24, 2012Posted in: Discussion
Yes, Google is a company run by humans, the search engine was made and is maintained by humans. People and programs can't always operate at 100% efficiency with no mistakes all the time. You should also know that there are set release dates to meet and you don't have to update. Also, Mojang isn't a company with hundreds of programmers and technicians working around the clock to keep the servers up. Taxes are high in Sweden because instead of putting a tax on every product, they straight up take about 40 percent of your paycheck. Mojang sees less of that money than you think.Quote from Chapnom22
So Google is human too?
Whoops, Google went down for 24 hours. Hope they won't mind if it happens again next week, and three weeks after, then a month after.
Dec 24, 2012Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
Bats have jumpscared me before. I am really enjoying Minecraft's development now. It's nice and organized, but still laid back a bit, so you can tell the devs are enjoying themselves instead of rushing.Quote from BurntBurger
Ok. I see where you are going.
But I love witches! They are, currently my favorite hostile mob. Any new mob can be considered a glorious and grand update for minecraft. If you knew anything about game design, you would realize that it takes a lot of work to make a mob.
(Although I will agree that bats, as an aesthetic mob, seem useless to me.)
I think Minecraft is going great with their dev scheme so far. Of course, no game is perfect, and neither is minecraft, but they are still doing a great job.
I think that before you go and rage at the developers, you should try making a game.
Dec 20, 2012Hey guys, I'm getting back into the forums and I decided to reply to this old zombie:Posted in: General Gaming
I took a look at the game and it's kind of repulsive to me, honestly, I didn't think Jagex would do a good job and my suspicions have been confirmed. I feel like they'll develop for 6 months and abandon the game if they don't have people pouring money at them from all directions. Speaking of direction, the direction the game is taking now seems like it's trying to be CoD and TF2 at the same time, which is exactly what the old version was trying not to be. It also seems to run really slow for people, and from limited observations, threads and members are dissapearing rapidly on their forums, they're clearly trying to supress the fact that a ton of people aren't happy with the game.
On a final note, the WW1 and WW2 game modes are trying to buy back older players. I doubt it will work.
Dec 4, 2012Posted in: Discussion
And that is why pirating is a risky thing. The solution is simply not getting caught, if every pirate does get caught, why do you think the fines are so high? People make money by making illegal. Some people are too stupid to rent a VPN or get 7 proxies, and they end up giving those greedy people money to continue ruining everybody's day. Those people are better off buying the product legit.Quote from Miner_Chris
The maximum penalties for piracy are prison for up to 10 years and/or a fine of $250,000.
Source: http://library.thinkquest.org/07aug/01501/consequences/consequences.html Oracle AKA Java
Nov 17, 2012The sad thing is, there's a possiblity that 30 years from now it'll be a cult classic. I wonder what movies will be then? One big endless explosion/firefight because everybody has ADHD in the future? I DON'T WANT TO LIVE ON THIS PLANET ANYMORE. It's not like you can't make tons of money while still making a good movie, eventually people will find out that Hollywood's run out of ideas and is playing them with movies taylored to 12 year olds with 2 minute attention spans, and start not watching the ty movies until they start making good ones again.Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
Nov 16, 2012Err, you kids make me ashamed to be a brony. World War Z is a novel by Max Brooks. Other than obvious influences by Romero's movies and other zombie movies, that book and it's companion book, the zombie survival guide, helped breath new life into the zombie horror-subgenre.Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
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