Game news Minecraft: A player decides to completely clear the map and it’s been taking a considerable amount of time!
For more than a decade, the Mojang title has allowed some gamers to express their creativity. Thanks to this we were able to discover fabulous constructions. However, the creative spirit doesn’t always express itself in this way, and this can lead to eccentric goals, like this player who didn’t choose to create anything… but to destroy everything!
- Minecraft: spectacular creations… and crazy challenges!
- A YouTuber unblocks and shaves everything
Minecraft: spectacular creations… and crazy challenges!
Without a doubt, Minecraft has earned its status as a “classic” video game over the years! Behind this incredible phenomenon played by a large number of players around the world – but also by robots ! — hides a creative potential that never ceases to encourage players to give free rein to their desires, even the craziest. Lately, one player has taken it upon himself to recreate one of the iconic moments from the Star Wars franchise, while another has developed his own artificial intelligence so he doesn’t have to play alone anymore.
To reward the community, as inspired as united in the most tragic momentsthe studio, now in the hands of Microsoft, continues to update the title and even recently presented it a collaboration with a cult cartoon. But today, the goal YouTubeur Minthical has set for himself might well surprise the developers, because no one had embarked on such an endeavor until now, and it may well remain in the annals of Minecraft!
A YouTuber unblocks and shaves everything
Based on his “sandbox” universe, Minecraft showed us procedurally generated worlds that stretch as far as the eye can see and where the field of possibilities in terms of creation and exploration is endless. The YouTubeur Minthical has actually decided to create something, but in his own way! Tired of seeing only marvelous constructions march through the community, He made the decision to go the exact opposite route and try to destroy the set of voxels
In a river video posted on YouTube The content creator returned to this project that has taken him a lot of time and that he will finally make a reality. The final stages should keep him occupied for the rest of August and maybe even part of September as he hopes to make the final pickaxe swing next month. During the organized livestream (and visible above), Minthical commemorates the amazing number of blocks that had to be removed to get there, and we easily exceed 45 million ! A spectacular feat that ranks among the craziest goals players have ever attempted Minecraft !