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Presenting the Minecraft LARP


8:00 PM on 11.10.2010



If someone is going to take the time to put together a Minecraft LARP and post it on YouTube, then I'm going to take the time to talk about it here. Besides, we could use a break from the whirlwind of Black Ops stories for an hour ... and not much else is going on right now.

They did a terrific job of portraying the sheer terror that comes along with those damned Creepers. Seriously, those guys suck. And using a patch of snow to signify biomes? Alright, I'll admit it -- I giggled a little bit. All in all, it's worth a watch if you're familiar with Minecraft.

Personally, though, I would have just worn a Forever Alone Guy mask and called it a day.






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