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The Chernobyl Model in Minecraft

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  • 25 Oct, 2012  |
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№1 Author: superfao (26 Oct 2012 03:07) Total user comments: 209


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I still can'tl figure it out what the hell minecraft is
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№2 Author: Wes (26 Oct 2012 07:10) Total user comments: 438


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superfao, the most boring game ever, probably
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№3 Author: miscellaneous (26 Oct 2012 07:16) Total user comments: 4179


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I've never played it ... I have no idea what this is suppose to be 17
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№4 Author: Grunt Callahan (26 Oct 2012 08:08) Total user comments: 2285


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Looks like Lego's.
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№5 Author: ottovp (26 Oct 2012 11:18) Total user comments: 552


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Wes,
you are the biggest douchebag ever...as usual
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№6 Author: fairmania (26 Oct 2012 11:56) Total user comments: 1436


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Both my lads like Minecraft, and I can see how long that model must have taken to create.

Don't knock it too much though, it makes a nice change to the shoot-em-ups and has some well thought out creative and problem solving aspects that make the kids think rather than just repetitively mashing the fire button.

I have saved the page to show them both when they get home tonight. They'll be happy, even if some of you weren't.

@Grunt Callahan, yes it works just like on screen Lego. Only difference, you don't rake through a bucket of parts looking for the right one, it's all held in part menus.
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№7 Author: Jinxaruny (26 Oct 2012 16:23) Total user comments: 10324


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Yawn!
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№8 Author: raymond.wendt (26 Oct 2012 21:43) Total user comments: 9115


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hard to believe there are still games like that.
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№9 Author: sergiofx (27 Oct 2012 16:08) Total user comments: 719


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Minecraft is one of the best games to be released in recent memory. I don't know if you can put it as a game, because there is nothing like it. Really nothing.

Imagine how you used to play with Lego as a kid? Now you can do it in a video game, but better, more fun, and with even more room.

It's really amazing for those of us who play it, and weird and boring for those who never tried it.
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