Why? Well, spam mails usually have a link to some sort of website that wants you to give them some money. Aside from the horrible grammar that would make a grammar nazi require first aid, this one didn't have a link at all.
EDIT: By the way, I'm not posting it here because I'm not certain if that it is against the rules, links or no links.
Updated 11th May 2013 at 01:59 PM by Tophat Dragoneye
I happened to stumble upon this article about Nintendo of America selling used DS and 3DS: Link
I can imagine Gamestop is none too pleased about this.
And the location I spawn in happens to be an island! Not exactly the best start, but at least there was a single tree on the island I could make use of to make some tools and plant more trees. As for any nearby lands... well... Let's just say that I feel just like Robinson Crusoe at the moment.
I don't have the game yet, but after seeing several videos of gameplay and how creative you can be in them, I'm actually keen to try it myself. Another reason is because the game is in Java along with the various mods available. And since I've learned to program in Java, I could perhaps create my own mod at some point (creative part of my head going into overdrive).
And now that we're at the subject of Minecraft, how come there's no social group based around it (I checked to be certain,
As the title says, why is it so much fun to play for me? Sure, it has DRM, meaning you have to be connected to the Internet in order to play it, and the cities can't be very large compared to older games, and that logging into hte game was difficult in the beginning. And yet, I keep playing it simply because I'm having fun.
Has anyone else tried playing it yet? What's your experience with the game?