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October 05, 2012, 12:32:57 AM
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I'd like minecraft better if you could save what you build on your own machine. I like Roblox, but still I think you need to pay monthly to build more than 1 place. It's fun to build stuff and blow it up especially when others are visiting the place and they have no clue what is going to happen. kaboom!

You can.

That's how singleplayer mode works 100% of the time.

Assuming you're using a windows computer, paste in this on the start menu search thingy:

%appdata%\.minecraft\saves

Also, for multiplayer, if the server admin is willing you might be able to get them to export your creations to a singleplayer-type save file and email it to you or provide a download link (if so, just put it in the saves folder shown above)

The server I play on we sometimes import and export things to the server that way.



Err, actually, to clarify / rephrase my above statement slightly:

That's how ((the full / paid version of minecraft)) singleplayer mode works 100% of the time
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October 05, 2012, 02:59:49 AM
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I did not know that. thank you. can you save models and import them in to one map?

I'd like minecraft better if you could save what you build on your own machine. I like Roblox, but still I think you need to pay monthly to build more than 1 place. It's fun to build stuff and blow it up especially when others are visiting the place and they have no clue what is going to happen. kaboom!

You can.

That's how singleplayer mode works 100% of the time.

Assuming you're using a windows computer, paste in this on the start menu search thingy:

%appdata%\.minecraft\saves

Also, for multiplayer, if the server admin is willing you might be able to get them to export your creations to a singleplayer-type save file and email it to you or provide a download link (if so, just put it in the saves folder shown above)

The server I play on we sometimes import and export things to the server that way.



Err, actually, to clarify / rephrase my above statement slightly:

That's how ((the full / paid version of minecraft)) singleplayer mode works 100% of the time

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October 05, 2012, 07:12:38 AM
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I recently got into Tekkit myself. Programming Lua programs for in-game minecraft computers is fun!

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October 05, 2012, 08:50:36 AM
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Graphics are terrible.  I don't see any gameplay, just some boring world design stuff that's so tedious and dull, then you just explore a boring world with horrible graphics, including a square sun.

I agree.

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October 05, 2012, 06:53:45 PM
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I'd like minecraft better if you could save what you build on your own machine. I like Roblox, but still I think you need to pay monthly to build more than 1 place. It's fun to build stuff and blow it up especially when others are visiting the place and they have no clue what is going to happen. kaboom!

You can.

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Err, actually, to clarify / rephrase my above statement slightly:

That's how ((the full / paid version of minecraft)) singleplayer mode works 100% of the time
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I did not know that. thank you. can you save models and import them in to one map?

Why yes, you can do that as well: MCEdit -- it is open source now, and even has a "schematic" system

MCEdit is the main tool we use on our server for moving and/or cloning areas and projects between and within maps.


(( This method in addition to worldedit plugin... World edit is nice, it lets us do it in realtime on a live, running server, but that's a bit more advanced ))



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October 05, 2012, 07:35:35 PM
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I for one don't play Minecraft. I prefer Dwarf Fortress. Wink

Minecraft is your old-new digital lego. Though it's get boring after a while, if you play alone.
lol., DF makes me feel dyslectic.
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October 06, 2012, 01:46:04 PM
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Minecraft is an awesome video game, but it's even more than that.

I don't play video games much but I can tell Minecraft is a milestone in video game history.   I also sincerely believe it will succeed where other games such as Second Life had quite failed.  It created the basic blocks (pun intended) for a global, user-friendly virtual reality.
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October 06, 2012, 02:23:49 PM
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Graphics are terrible.  I don't see any gameplay, just some boring world design stuff that's so tedious and dull, then you just explore a boring world with horrible graphics, including a square sun.

I play Minecraft and own one of the larger and older servers around. I play it because of the open nature of it all. I am not bound to do what the game creators want me to do, if I don't feel like slaying monsters I can go build something epic. If I want to make a adventure map I can. The game is never ending, that is my appeal to it.
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October 06, 2012, 03:13:20 PM
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Moreover, great video games do not need terrific graphics.  Isn't Tetris still popular nowadays?
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October 06, 2012, 06:56:18 PM
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Last night, I built a lava moat around my house to protect me from creepers..... in retrospect I probably shouldn't have built it out of wood.


lqtm, sorry Smiley

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October 08, 2012, 04:12:46 AM
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It isn't all about what you see, but what you can imagine.  Same with the 'gameplay', why be led when you can explore.

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