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Topic # 160508 9-Jan-2015 12:32
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  Reply # 1211077 9-Jan-2015 12:50
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Very cool.




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  Reply # 1211089 9-Jan-2015 13:00
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I've found that 10yr old kids can be very very creative with Minecraft after my friends hosted a competition called "Minequest

One of the most interesting and just plain creepy creations was a "mind control tower" that controls the children down below in the city and when they die, they drop into the furnaces powering the mind control tower giving it more power to control more minds (as described by the 10 year old). Plenty of other creepy and awesome creations in the server like this one (A build of dystopia) built by a 11 year old:



I highly doubt that the word processor was built by a 10yr old though :)




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  Reply # 1211435 9-Jan-2015 22:24
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Oh...My...Goshsurprised that is amazing. I can't even imagine the time it would take to make something like that let alone the skill and knowledge. 




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  Reply # 1211449 9-Jan-2015 22:47
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Impressive!

And a bit disturbing that someone had the patience to do it! :-)

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  Reply # 1211575 10-Jan-2015 13:12
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I was thinking they used an api or at least macros to build something of this complexity containing so many repetitive parts. But apparently this took two years to build. Amazed.

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