Over the past ten years, the world of video games has seen nothing so much in terms of success as Minecraft. With Mojang sandbox game sales down 200 million last year, it’s easily one of the biggest IP, or last, gaming generations. Much of that can be attested to from the fan base, who continue to put forth the brilliant construction and creative ideas that keep the game interesting, as did this one man when he designed and built a water-based racing circuit. Was.
uploading a short clip on Minecraft Subreddit A few days ago, user Packker demonstrated a project he called “Wild Woods,” a racetrack that took eight builders to build, whose construction time takes about half a year. The video shows a flyby of the track, which consists of a river that serves as a running track through a wooded area. There’s also a YouTube video that shows off more details, and commenters on Reddit posts have left positive comments on the build.
YouTube video shows players running through tracks on simple boats made Minecraft. They pass through various areas of the circuit, which have been labeled “Dark Forest,” “Dimly Lit Quarry,” and “Mysterious Cave,” and include shots of a bridge, and several wooden lampposts that illuminate the path. We do. The river itself fits in perfectly with the natural surroundings and the accompanying music that is well known from the sport creates a sort of calm and beautiful mood for the racing circuit, not something too hardcore or aggressive.
While a lot of fans can use rivers Minecraft To do a fishing spot, Packer and his team of builders decided there was probably a more fun way to use the in-game water physics. A lot of time, effort, and creativity has gone into the circuit, and its woodland and cave-like beauty give it a natural air that compliments the actual river-based track.
Since its release in 2011, Minecraft has become a game with almost endless repetition and possibilities. The community of dedicated fans and builders shows that there is still a lot of potential left in the game. It’s hard to imagine that a title of such magnitude and creative mechanics will ever end, but until that day, users like Packer will continue to flood the gaming world with lots of interesting and unique projects.
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