Minecraft can really set a good example for modifications to IRL governing aspects, and other shit like that. It's pretty simple, really. When you have a brilliant idea for Minecraft, you make a mod to show that it's feasible, and if Mojang thinks it's a good idea, and other people think it's a good idea to put into Minecraft, you submit it, and it gets implemented into the game.
I know it would take a global, or at least nation-wide agreement for change, which I really think would never happen for such simple minded folks. Not any nation or person in particular, just the general public. They don't call them geniuses because everyone else is as smart as them. Quite the opposite, if you didn't know that. But what do you think? Would this be good IRL? A nation run by people who are allowed to make changes if they are agreed with?
What does this have to do with minecraft?
Go to general discussion or something.
[QUOTE=spanaren;29794032]What does this have to do with minecraft?
Go to general discussion or something.[/QUOTE]
I should have been more clear. This type of modding community is only observable in indie games, specifically Minecraft. I was targeting Minecraft specifically.
[QUOTE=koolAIDSguy;29793885]A nation run by people who are allowed to make changes if they are agreed with?[/QUOTE]
That'll never work because most people have no idea about how "the system" works.
A society like that would just end up being an Anarchy.
When I saw the thread title, I thought "hacking real life? Cool!" But now, I walk into this mess
Ok what the fuck OP ?
OP, your posts are as bad as that Dr. Pepper remake from ASDA. I should know, I'm drinking some Dr. Thunder right now.
Seriously, your posting career is over, stop now or you'll have to overdose for attention.
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