That being said I'm really happy to finally play Minecraft with my friends without all this crashy jar editing shit.
They actually made an entire conference around that POS game?
You might think Minecraft is a POS, but it's sold, like, a kajillion copies of every platform it's on. It has a pretty huge, if not massive, audience. Minecon has been around since the game was just mildly popular on PC. Now it's as big as most major comic/game conferences.
Ditto for Angry Birds.
Point it, despite the numerous copies sold and equally numerous clones, I don't see how that thing could ever attract people to fill a convention.
Perhaps I'm loosing my nerd gene.
I'm going back to my DnD 2.5 books...
Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
I think Minecraft is an excellent example of a game. Its core gameplay very strongly evokes some things that work best in the medium of computer games; exploration, the unknown, survival, acquisition and creativity without resorting to any extraneous bells and whistles (cutscenes qt events etc.)
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
I dont think angry birds is much of a game btw. Its popular but so is meth!
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