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  • HawkingN 1 month ago

    9:29, the collaborative and general multiplayer aspects only really apply in certain cases, as on large survival servers, you usually end up with a mess, of groups of less than a dozen raiding everyone else. If the game were harder, or if there was a specialisation mechanic, whereby doing different things increased your ability to do things (such as mining stone), then there would be cause to work together in larger groups. I would actually be very excited in a nerd way, to simply study the types of societies that form, with dozens, maybe even hundreds of people working together, not because their friends or know each other personally, but because you cannot survive on your own, and thus need to work together, will democracies form? or will ironfist dictators form, will empires stretch across the server, or will it be a load if smaller states? All of this is not only something very interesting, but would also teach people the art of politics, and to truly participate in a society, trying to solve it’s problems, using what they know to contribute…

  • The Bad Trumpeter 1 month ago

    I will show this to my parents, and roblox users…

  • 09 Beast Boii 1 month ago

    Now in the pe beta u can learn science

  • QuadroCide 1 month ago

    1:37 an easter egg

  • mitre 1 month ago

    minecraft helped me learn english

  • DiscordedNotes 1 month ago

    The Cords Idea is True! I learned Cords With Minecraft before I even Learned Cords (X,Y,Z,) before anyone else in my Class! Now I can make a Gaming club, and say Gaming is good! Your Video is evidence!!!

  • spook the skywalker 1 month ago

    Just leaving a like for the last one 😆

  • Tyler Chambers 1 month ago

    I learned that mutton came from sheep

  • Shannon Smith 1 month ago

    That ensign though. Lol “just kill them and take it from them” very good stuff.

  • Mike Florea 1 month ago

    4:16 Quite cheap?!?!… QUITE CHEAP?!!!!!?!?!!! HOW DO YOU DARE! Minecraft is worth almost half of a schoolkid’s allowance, in Romania, for example. :'(

  • Zyracat 1 month ago

    That ending!!!

  • ThePartyRocker 234 1 month ago

    Minecraft has always been an educational game, and it has taught me some interesting things. If you don’t have it, you should definitely buy the game if you don’t already have it.

  • Tay777 1 month ago

    Wow I loved this video.

  • InTheAirMC and ThatGuyYoshu 1 month ago

    Starting to run out of video ideas?

  • Tristan Cunha 1 month ago

    At my school we did Never Eat Soggy Waffles

  • Murat Polat 1 month ago

    Schools should have us play Minecraft 😂

  • The magic Potato 877 1 month ago

    “Don’t play with fire”
    Is this mumbo or smoky the bear?

  • Payton Marshall 1 month ago

    You should make a room even a creative person can’t get out of
    From your favorites
    Don’t let us down
    Please….

  • K-Tech ___ 1 month ago

    The last one- Basically the basis for WAR.

  • Ninja Nolan 1 month ago

    That last one totally isn’t encouraging anything… totally….

  • Tylert Hill 1 month ago

    Never Eat Sour Watermelon

  • Joe Hays 1 month ago

    I learned my multiples of 8 from playing Minecraft, and it has actually been *very* helpful to me in real life

  • Lor Aldridge 1 month ago

    Using the fill command in creative will school you in grid math.
    Although i haven’t yet gotten to far with command blocks, they are also an obvious skill building option in Minecraft.
    Translating a old D&D type map into Minecraft will take a bit of physics to work out. EG: A 10×10 map square to a 3×3 Minecraft map square is bordering on extra dimensional math. The 3×3 square is SIMULTANEOUSLY made up of 3,4 AND 5 blocks on a side, depending on how you’re thinking about it. I’ll let you figure out that one.
    (Hint it has to do with how you are interpreting the 10×10 map lines.)
    Just attempting to explain the idea of this conversion, overheats my brain a bit.
    So improving communication can be added to your list of life skills too. ^_^

  • Stefan Lehmann 1 month ago

    Hay mumbo I think you should actually sell stone things such as cobble, smooth, bricks and so on. Well you have a super smelter unlimited charcoal and a TONE of cobble stone.

  • s&n railway 1 month ago

    6:50 RandomTickSpeed was sped up

  • s&n railway 1 month ago

    10:30 “oops I shouldnt have said minecraft teaches u that” *descreetly ends the video* XD XD

  • Bro just PLAY 1 month ago

    Me and my friend made world of fortnite in minecraft and I’m still not done and it’s bin 1 month

  • Tek Maverick 1 month ago

    How about learning english? Ot typing?

  • ARandomGamer 1 month ago

    Actually, Minecraft teaches you how fun TNT and explosions are aswell 🙂

  • Manderinjo 1 month ago

    he’s right stealing things is way easyer than getting it yourself!

  • GtMcPE Bee 1 month ago

    4:30 something
    You watch popularmmos?

  • Revi0li 1 month ago

    Actually I think vr chat is the best game kids can be playing today.

  • Suderp 1 month ago

    For those who don’t know what a Boolean value is, its a data type that outputs either a true and false output

  • Café Stifflered 1 month ago

    The number of people saying that they learned to speak English by playing game is really amazing to me.

  • FrostVenomX01 1 month ago

    You should create a redstone rail roundabout like when a train car stops and it’s spins around and starts going another direction

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