Sage of Magic (Fan Comic Portfolio) How Sage Plays Minecraft

You know, I FAIL at deadlines 8I SO MUCH FOR MY WEEKLY COMIC UPDATES!

But yeah, there's this game called Minecraft that's getting a lot of talk lately so I thought I'd try it out. Basically the game generates a random environment for you to survive in by crafting items, shelters and all that good stuff. The graphics are simple blocks but the fun gameplay makes up for it.

I'm too poor to afford the real version so I played the free (legal) version on their website which is essentially the equivalent of being given an infinite amount of virtual lego blocks to play with. I effin love legos. Therefore I effin' loved playing this.

But yeah, after a few days of playing I stared to notice a pattern in my gameplay. Do some completely awesome stuff...then flood the game with water. Or lava. Mostly water. Every. Freakin. Time.

Yup.

I'm sure if I bought the game this would be no different.

Edit
OH LAWL! I didn't know someone else submitted a minecraft comic :'D I swear I drew this thing like...in December and just finished darkening it tonight...oh LAWL

Double Edit
Free (legal) version provided by the site is here. I emphasize legal because I dun wanna get in trouble :'D But like I said, it's from the site itself meant to give you a taste of the game in hopes you'll buy it for the full product which I very well might do someday.

http://www.minecraft.net/play.jsp

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