- Oct 21, 2007
Alright, seeing your last few posts and this I just think you run around, throwing "maybe's" and "if's" around.Balobo said:I'm just saying that people may find enjoyment in different things than you. They might not find it to be a chore. Also, your point about flash games is heavily flawed, considering that flash games don't require money and don't require registration, making them accessible by just clicking your mouse. They also, arguably, lack the amount of depth in Minecraft.
People like different things based on "opinions", of course everyones entitled to one, the problem I have got with your opinion is, that its not based on any facts, I'm almost sure noone enjoys the clicking and constantly whacking of a shovel or a pickax.
Of course people enjoy to build stuff and blow stuff up, but that part of the "game" doesn't make for the work you have to put into it.
I don't however see how our argument holds with the flash games, some of them have quiet some depth, well seeing as minecraft has almost no depth at all thats not hard, as I mentioned before I could care less if Steve constantly dies from high falls, its just annoying to recollect the stuff and start again..its an annoyance to die, nothing else, I'm just angry that I need to go there and get my stuff, I'm not angry that I died.
However, just imagen that I would have just to pay a little amount of money a Dollar/Euro maybe for one game, I sure would play it just to "check" it out and it would be well deserving to play "crush the castle", I mean thats the catch with minecraft aswell isn't it...you pay just to check it out, because everyone and their Mom is all over that game.