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Submitted by RayWillmott 311d ago | article

Rookie Brickie: A Beginner's Guide to Minecraft

Fittingly, there aren’t many games out there more expansive than the hugely popular build-em-up.

We are well aware of its immense popularity across a myriad of platforms, and that popularity has led to considering playing it on more than one occasion, but – more often than not – its popularity left us wondering if the world had finally gone mad. The whole thing reeked of pixels and polygons coming in and stealing the jobs of Lego or Duplo blocks. The cliche of machines replacing humans on a smaller scale.

Why would anyone encourage that? (Minecraft, PC, Xbox 360)

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