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

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Kizzycocoa
Kizzycocoa Jul 25 2012, 12:21pm says:

YES!

YES!

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Landmine752
Landmine752 Jul 25 2012, 1:21pm says:

Combining the best minds on the spectrum, countless hours of coding and testing, and even some redstone circuitry, Minecraft now includes a block with a sideways texture.
And it is awesome.

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teslaptak
teslaptak Jul 25 2012, 2:30pm says:

finally!

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tt0022
tt0022 Jul 25 2012, 3:11pm says:

its time to make sideway tree's

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Womit
Womit Jul 25 2012, 3:33pm says:

timber!

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KingHeftig
KingHeftig Jul 25 2012, 3:35pm says:

Woot! Now it's time to build a Nordic settlement deep within a snow biome!

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adfjkndjklnhdfs Jul 25 2012, 6:47pm says:

You should make it so trees fall down once in a while, and put sideways logs on the ground as if one had fallen over.

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Sebathius
Sebathius Sep 12 2012, 1:58pm replied:

That would certainly add something level of realism to the game all right; I also think if they can figure out how to put mushrooms on the sides of those dead logs that would sweeten an already great idea.

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Acetyl
Acetyl Jul 25 2012, 7:12pm says:

I'm certainly going to wrack up quite a sum of downvotes, but I find this far less than exciting. In fact, I find it pitiful such a simple feature took well over a year while getting buried under trivialities like "omg potions" and "OMG, ENDER LUL". They need to get their priorities straight, less nonsense fan service for the youngest demographics.

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Kizzycocoa
Kizzycocoa Jul 26 2012, 7:14am replied:

I am inclined to agree. Mod support is vital, and should have been done. but, they've simply wanted to get the game expanded with larger updates. this, and the upside-down slabs are them going back, and trying to fill in the blanks

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Acetyl
Acetyl Jul 26 2012, 9:21am replied:

I'm mostly saying, the purpose of a beta stage is specifically -for- things like this. People have been asking for it since early alpha, the blanks ideally should have been filled before a formal release.

I dislike the rigid thought of "how things are supposed to be done" as a rule, I think it stifles the end result and industry expansion as a whole, but this is one of the few times I'd be inclined to bring up the opposite under a negative light. There are many pitfalls with doing things in a haphazard way. People start to get sloppy.

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Jeffman12
Jeffman12 Jul 26 2012, 12:28pm says: Online

I hope they make tree branches appear sideways facing out from the tree, that's always bothered me.

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MrSnowmanJoe1
MrSnowmanJoe1 Sep 6 2012, 10:16pm replied:

Hey your wish came true!

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Tilranus
Tilranus Aug 2 2012, 11:43am says:

And now the FU Trees[the large Oak trees] will now look decent with this upgrade to the logs.

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Sebathius
Sebathius Sep 12 2012, 2:00pm says:

Sideways logs appearing in the forest is great; is it possible to also place them when building say- a log cabin? Like maybe holding alt while putting a log onto the build?

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BluishGreenPro
BluishGreenPro Sep 21 2012, 9:55pm says:

I can't believe what a huge deal such a seemingly small update is. Deservedly so, because now we can all build giant trees that look right!

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