Minecraft is a first-person fighter/sandbox construction game created by Mojang AB.

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Kizzycocoa Dec 11 2012, 7:34am says:

FINALLY.

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AudioGhostX
AudioGhostX Dec 31 2012, 8:24pm buried:

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Why are you guys going yay over something so small... it's really sad, this is hardly anything big, they could be doing so much more than they are. Another reason i'll never actually buy Minecraft, such bad developers.

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torenico
torenico Jan 3 2013, 12:22am replied:

Bad developers and they gave us one of the best games ever.

Mmmkay.

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Foreskin Jim
Foreskin Jim Jan 6 2013, 3:41pm replied:

That's just an opinion.

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Jan 12 2013, 10:31pm replied:

even if it's a damn stupid one ^^

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Skyrazer
Skyrazer Dec 11 2012, 8:31am says:

Wooooo! About damn time!

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AlanFakry
AlanFakry Dec 11 2012, 8:43am says:

It's like the 3d items mod.glad it's going to be official.

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Mr.Nuke
Mr.Nuke Dec 11 2012, 9:15am buried:

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fap fap fap

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BluishGreenPro
BluishGreenPro Dec 11 2012, 12:37pm says:

Oh yes! Now if only the same effect could be applied to grass and other plants, that would look fantastic!
Even if that's a bit intensive, they could just make it an option you could toggle on or off right?

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Admiral-165
Admiral-165 Dec 11 2012, 12:48pm says:

Hahaha. So they're basically adding the 3D items mod into the vanilla game now? Great for people who don't have the mod, but for people like me... I've had this for the last 5 (or about there) months.

It's nice to see Mojang adding mods into the vanilla game, but at the same time, i'd rather have something new and creative or modding API. Instead all I will get is an update with something i already have, which will break all of the mods i have. I will gain nothing but lose my mods for some amount of time (could be a day or 2 weeks depending on how much code is changed)

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AFellowStalker
AFellowStalker Dec 11 2012, 4:03pm replied:

Them not throwing this in is not going to magically make a modding API.

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TeH_n00b_GaMeR
TeH_n00b_GaMeR Dec 12 2012, 2:17am replied:

because expanding the game is obviously bad.

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GeneralMonkey
GeneralMonkey Dec 14 2012, 12:40pm replied:

You could always, you know, not update the game until all your mods are up to date.

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neronix17
neronix17 Dec 16 2012, 9:35pm replied:

One less mod to have to install and you complain? Some people are never bloody happy.

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GamerGurl
GamerGurl Dec 17 2012, 8:00pm replied:

Uhh Idk :P

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tile
tile Dec 22 2012, 9:39pm replied:

BECAUSE IT WILL BREAK ALL THE OTHER 50 MODS HE PROBABLY HAS, IDIOT.

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Blue_Dust
Blue_Dust Dec 29 2012, 4:26am replied:

"Mojang implementing mods into minecraft" has been happening since a long time ago. I think the first major glimpse of it was when they added tall grass which was a long long long time ago. And to be fair, a developer who listens to the community and sees potential in mods for the game is not a bad developer.

And some feedback, I don't really care about the 3D items all that much. I honestly just prefer building but meh, I guess it's nice.

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Diamonds are a miners best friend. It's only fair they get treated to some luxury rendering. --Dinnerbone

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