Someone Created ‘Minecraft in ‘Minecraft. Now My Mind is Melting
It’s hard to believe that other gamers are as dedicated to their craft as Minecraft players. One gamer spent 2500 hours exploring 32 million blocks to the edge of the globe. They fell to their deaths when the map’s textures failed to load in. But it was a remarkable feat.
Check out this clip of a senior player building his first nether portal using Minecraft.
Fortunately, one group of highly talented players has made it possible to play Minecraft…within Minecraft. Although it may seem like the most boring thing in the world, the truth is that it is pretty impressive. Samurai and his team built a massive setup in the game. They used Redstone to power an 8x8x8 fully 3D-rendered environment that features mining, crafting and smelting as well as building mechanics.
It’s fantastic to see this thing in action. The team did not use mods, data packs, or command blocks. However, they used the Minecraft High-Performance Redstone Server (MCHPRS) to make it playable. This allowed the game to run at over 10,000 times its average speed. Samurai stated that the in-game Minecraft would only run one frame per day if this were not the case.
YouTube commenters were unsurprisingly stunned: “Truly amazing.” Mary wrote that this was the most fantastic thing ever made in Minecraft. “Bruh! This was a joke that I made six years ago, but somehow it became a reality. Hayden Kiedrowski commented, “This man-made history.”