Guest Posted October 2, 2018 Share Posted October 2, 2018 Gosh, I haven't played Minecraft in a long time. I can't remember where I fell off, but I still have a lot of respect for the game for the massive influence it ended up having and for just being a game that I used to REALLY enjoy. You could just get lost in your own world, being creative or surviving. It was nice if you just wanted to relax as well - just put it on peaceful, make some tea and live in your blocky world for a while. I remember when it ended up coming to the Xbox 360 I played it with a friend who didn't have a PC and I have a lot of fond memories there. We made a house underwater, and I ended up creating a railway going from our house, which was on the corner of the map to the opposite corner where we started to make a small little town in some mountains. I also remember on the PC with some other friends, starting a superflat world and creating a castle. It took ages and we never got it completely finished. We got the castle itself done, but never got around to doing the interior of it except for the floors. The fact that the game is still being talked about and has a strong community after all these years is a strong testament to the legacy it's built. It gets a lot of crap now because of how popular it is but it made waves in the gaming world. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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