The world of minecraft is a melting pot of possibility, and in that there are chances for no such thing of itself at all, in computation, for instance, the minecraft world is merely representative of a generated map. But the map in programming is largely undefined, unscaled, or simply random by its own terms. The term of Minecraft is just that, and once it has run for itself it is considered open for any. The possibilities are up to the player to uncover, and in the way they may stumble upon or have their luck tested. The point where the players luck runs out is always the key to what minecraft really is.
Not to mention, the mass of graves left to time and those who simply became lost in it, the land of the dead simply is all around, but the living player does not notice before its far too late, and his steps have led him astray. But then there are those who have gone so far, and experienced enough to have at their disposals ways of returning from obscurity and unabound exile. They are often left paranoid, unable to speak of what horrors they were exposed to. But its true. Symptoms of vertigo, hallucinations, vivid orbs, graphical errors, delusion, psychosis, despair, depravity, panic, desperation, hopelessness, fear, unrivaled sense of loss, loss of purpose, exhaustion, mental fatigue, complete confusion. All these occur at once it would seem, under a presence of pure and utter isolation. Is it simply the terminal land of minecraft, or something lulling players out into being prey of an the Unknown. For it being 30 dollars I can only hope.
Minecraft is for children and autistic manchildren
And just what are you claiming to be.