Once you’ve spent enough time in the blocky world of Minecraft or one of its many clones, you start wondering what it’d be like to live in a world like that. It’s deceptively cute, thanks to its colorful, retro aesthetic, but when you really think about it, Minecraft is a thoroughly terrifying game. On the surface it’s a creative open-world game that lets you build whatever you want, limited only by your imagination, but beneath that charming surface lies a horror more terrifying than even the scariest of clowns. Head past the break for a look into this world of pure horror.
In related news, Minecraft will finally make its way to the Xbox 360 on May 9th for 1600 Microsoft We’re-Slowly-Increasing-The-Max-Price-For-XBLA-Games-So-You-Don’t-Notice Points, or $20.
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