Minecraft Public Library 2010
A tour of a library a bunch of us made on Solarai's Minecraft server. The song is "Firefly Mist" by Sonic Librarian.
Tags: minecraft library
Added: 3 years ago
[the player walks up to a building marked "Public Library", along with a sign on the left side of the front door ("Built by GDSRX, NebuPookins, and Sendrien") and a sign on the right ("After 6PM please deposit books in book return box.")]
[the player enters the library, and walks up to a sign reading "Shhh ... Reading Room"]
[the player walks through the "Newspapers and Periodicals" section, then heads for the stairs (with a sign reading "Down: Children's Section"]
[the player climbs down the stairs, where he finds two signs ("Children's Stories" and "Jack the Skimming Squash says Reading is fun!") and "jdawg778" standing behind the desk]
[the player goes back up to the first floor, where he finds "GDSRX" sitting behind the Main Desk (with a sign reading "Ring For Service")]
[the player goes up to the second floor (with a sign reading "Please Do Not Reshelve Books"), where he finds "Bonesaw711" browsing the bookshelves]
000: Computer Sci., Information, General Works
100: Philosophy, Psychology
300: Social Sciences
500: Science, Mathematics
600: Technology, Applied Sci.
700: Arts, Recreation
[the player goes back to the first floor, and stops at a table with a sign reading "Self Checkout: For assistance, see front desk"]
[the player returns to the main desk, as "GDSRX" shakes his head]
[the player turns and leaves the library, as the scene fades to black]
Public Library 2010
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Filmed on solarai's server
Minecraft is a sandbox building video game which allows players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3D world. It is currently in development, originally by creator Markus "Notch" Persson and now by his company formed from the proceeds of the game, Mojang Specifications. Minecraft has been developed on the Java platform. The game is divided into two main modes, Beta and Classic, where Classic is focused entirely on construction while Beta additionally contains enemies, a health meter, and additional features and items. Beta is the currently updated version of the game.
Minecraft was developed for about a week before its public release on May 17, 2009 on the TIGSource forums, where it gained a considerable level of popularity. It has been continually updated and patched since then, and while it was still in alpha release, it garnered hundreds of thousands of sales and critical notice and acclaim from many reviewers.