My stepson just got this game, and he's been obsessed with it. I'm not getting it. He's been building this enormous fortress, and a little house for me and his sister--gardens, pools, fountains, even cookies and cakes. But what's the point of this? I mean, is there something that's supposed to happen? He's stocking the fridge now. I guess I'm just not seeing what's intended to be accomplished.
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Answer by But_Mommie at 5:06 PM on Sep. 14, 2013
DS loves minecraft and actually created a little business of building houses for other people for the money you earn on there. I guess you earn money for the amount of time you are on there and you can use it to buy stuff (guessing building supplies and such). He has some floor plans for people to choose from and then they can either have him customize it, or he will build the shell and they can customize it how they want.
The way I see it, it's sort of like Legos, but without the risk of piercing your foot with one of those deadly triangular shaped ones that gets left on the floor.
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