Yeah, I totally play this from time to time. Usually I start a Survival world, then get tired with the BS that is MC Survival, and switch to Creative for an epic build instead. Then I
- abandon the build halfway through
- go to find a multiplayer server
- get fed up with the BS that is MC multiplayer ;D
- repeat process from the beginning.
Still, sometimes I do things I feel like taking screenshots of, so I might as well show off here.
For reference, the game itself can be found here:
The texture pack I am using in some of my screenshots is called Sphax PureBDcraft, and can be downloaded for free here:
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A castle that went a bit overboard.
This was originally meant to be just a small 8×8 square where I would test out how much I could fit into such a small space. After building one room I built another, and eventually I had a castle.
The main characters from the webcomic Eight Bit Theater.
The crazy crew from Eight Bit Theater. Actually, the sprites are from the first Final Fantasy game on the good ol’ NES. I picked these 4 to replicate in MC due to the webcomic, though.
A White Mage sprite, reconstructed in Minecraft.
Ah, yes. What would the Light Warriors be without a White Mage to heal them whenever they get hurt? Any healer’s patience may run thin after a while, though.
One of my friends in his old Minecraft skin.
A friend of mine in all his Minecraft glory, He is one which I have been on several servers with, and together we have built a few nice things.
Place me and this girl on Skyblock, and it will probably end in disaster.
Another friend of mine, a girl with a knack for Minecraft Skyblock. Most of the floating islands we have built on eventually exploded, though. Totally not our fault, oh no!
What is a multiplayer game without an arena to duke it out in?
Me and my aforementioned friend built this arena on a local LAN game I hosted. We felt the need to use the desert setting for what it was worth, and a Roman arena is what we ended up with. I took about an hour or two to lay Redstone wire between the arena doors and the spectator booth, so the match can be controlled by an arena assistant.
After this screenshot was taken, we also decked out the entrance with some statues, and added a fireworks-and-flower launcher to the roof of the “emperor’s seat”.
To ease the somewhat tedious work on that arena, I had this song playing the background:
Glory of The Empire by Circus Maximus.
An awesome song. Well worth a listen, I would say.