Diary of a Minecraft Alex: Book 1 by M.C. SteveDont think much, dive into Alexs world of innocence and sweetness!
I would recommend this fanfiction to everyone who knows about Minecraft!
Now that you saw this picture, then you know about Minecraft! And would certainly enjoy the Diary of it!
I must admit that I wasnt into Minecraft before reading it. To cherish the prowess and genius of the fanfiction by M.C.Steve, I watched one video of Minecraft and after that, this book became a brilliant read!
It explores the world of Alex and Steve who are opposite in characters and qualities. As Alex does not socialize much and prefers to stay a lonely hunter, it becomes difficult for her to talk to any other people, not that there are many!
To fully adore the peculiar and unusual world of Alex, you would want to keep all your reasons aside, sit back, relax and enjoy the book! Because this is what it brings to you - relaxation, amusement and perfect entertainment!
To everyone who have known Minecraft, this book is sure to leave them with Nostalgia!
I appreciate the pictures and graphics presented in the book, which are unique and entertaining.
Remember Me? Never has there been a blocky man more in love with mining than Steve. In countless worlds he is happy to dig endlessly in a quest for diamonds and glory. The 6' tall Steve comes with a removable pickaxe and a 2' Dirt Block accessory. Steve has a ball jointed head and poseable arms.
The world of Minecraft , according to its creator, is one that's completely devoid of either sex or gender. Markus "Notch" Persson took time to officially clarify Minecraft 's take on gender in a quick blog post on The World of Notch. When he was working on the project during its beginnings, he was asked what to call the "Minecraft Guy;" his response was "Steve. Minecraft Steve, however, is not a male. He's not female, either. Why does this matter?
Step 2: Make the Body
My son loves Minecraft. He wanted to be Steve for Halloween so I bought some paint and cardboard and got to work. I wanted my son to be able to walk easily, see clearly, be able to turn his head to look both ways before crossing the street and be comfortable. It turns out this is a really simple costume to make once I figured out how to make it all work. He got rave reviews from the neighborhood kids and was a walking photo op all night. He also liked the extra candy he received for a homemade costume I confiscated the Twix bars as a commission. Did you use this instructable in your classroom?