Our largest Minecraft map ever made.2000x2000 blocks. Took 8 months to complete


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14 Feb 2018 05:48 - +10098
Can you enter the buildings? This is really cool
14 Feb 2018 05:28 - +8384
Is there anyway we can visit this place to explore it ourselves? This is an amazing piece of art
14 Feb 2018 06:46 - +5141
The minecraft Community is fucking wild. U remember like 5 years ago a working penis was the shit and now they're building full cities god damn you guys. Edit: i just noticed that this post has had a typo in it all this time, U'll just leave it for authenticness Thanks for the gilding lovely internet person!
14 Feb 2018 05:23 - +5122
Here are some more pictures of the build: https://imgur.com/a/9gd4L IP to check out the build in game: play.lacunamc.com
14 Feb 2018 06:49 - +3041
I had to zoom in to make sure this was really Minecraft blocks and not just a rendered image. Very impressive.
14 Feb 2018 05:39 - +2541
What do you do when you finish a map like this? After 8 months are you like “cool, now we can finally play Minecraft”?
14 Feb 2018 05:24 - +1099
I was about to say "But these buildings are diagonal...." until I zoomed in... o.O
14 Feb 2018 06:54 - +473
Meanwhile I made a 6x6 dirthouse like just to hide from zombies, skeletons, endermen and creepers overnight
14 Feb 2018 06:33 - +389
Curious, how do maps like this factor into "playing" minecraft? Is it just some servers like having people wander around and not touch the display pieces? Are the rooms in the buildings 3 blocks tall or more? How does monster spawn / not work?
14 Feb 2018 06:35 - +295
Can we get a picture that isn't so pixelated? /s
14 Feb 2018 05:57 - +224
Do you ever walk around the place and think, wow it was half a year since I built that bit, I never thought it would turn out so good... 😉
14 Feb 2018 05:48 - +172
Is there an underground?
14 Feb 2018 07:38 - +155
*looks at zoomed out picture* Great, another troll post, it's just a pict- *Zooms in* Dear God.
14 Feb 2018 06:01 - +140
Wow. This is huge. Did you do it all by yourself? Was it all done by hand or did you use a program for some of it?
14 Feb 2018 06:31 - +123
How exactly was it built? Did you start with an imported 3d model? Because everyone is assuming you manually placed every single block.
14 Feb 2018 05:23 - +86
holy shit this is insane!
14 Feb 2018 07:27 - +79
Minecraft is often overlooked as a kids game, but this shit still astounds me. I've never spent eight months of my life on anything. Looks awesome
14 Feb 2018 06:35 - +71
I wonder if we will see something like this in pubg... :D
14 Feb 2018 07:44 - +67
As a mid 30s experienced gamer, but with no real exposure to Minecraft outside of being generally aware of it since it came out and seeing it on reddit....what do you do in this city? I know a lot of the game is building shit, but if this finished city exists, what is the game at that point? Is there stuff to do? Fight monsters, collect materials/treasure, go to work in a sweat shop block factory? Literally no clue here.
14 Feb 2018 07:38 - +53
Reminds me of the Maze Runner city
14 Feb 2018 06:55 - +19
Did you use world edit to help speed up things or everything was made by hand?
14 Feb 2018 07:15 - +11
Reminds me of Midgar a bit, I dig it.

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