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HUH! I WANT TO SWAR RIGHT KNOW CAN I PLAY THE REAL GAME THIS IS TRASH I SAID IT TRASH I WOULD KILL THIS GAME I TRYED TO GIVE IT A -10000000 I HATE THIS GAME (if you hate this whatever it is leave a like on this comment it would be very helpful :) )
This work is created in a small time, no graphic design, a lot of errors in it. Some "tips and tricks" are the first things you learn by reading any manual. I'm a fresh user of vectorworks, but if I have to say I found two or three interesting things in the whole book. If you have a primary knowledge of the software, or even of other CAD programs, you'll search this work a bluff. I'm disappointed Jonathan Pickup mentioned this item: so far from his works!
domt buy this book! most info if either fake or is to advanced for fresh players and old players already know this. this book also has a lot of "typos" just for the benifit of the doubt. dont waste ur mone. a lot of this information is completely useless unless ur showing off in a multiplayer server. also there are omly about 50ish of these that are 1 actually useful 2 not completely obvious 3 trur and 4 wantesd for some purpose oter than showing off. all in all a crappy and useless book which is a waste of money
Book was amazing but it seemed to repeat itself a few times by giving the same hint worded differently. I also noticed that a few of the latest decoration based hints may have come from a youtube video called "101 Minecraft build hacks" by a youtuber named Grian. Amazing book though.
This is coming from a (semi) experienced player. Some of these hints include created up info - for example leaper spiders. I don’t know if these are a deleted mob or something but the only spiders I know are regular and cave. Second, there are some really obvious hints like “ if you build your house on a cliff mobs can’t surround it!” OF COURSE THEY CANT ITS A FREAKING CLIFF. And other hints don’t work, like wood slabs won’t burn. For some of the hints it is clear the author did not do any research or even try out these tips. The author may not even play minecraft for all I can tell. Some hints will obtain you killed, like don’t obtain diamond armor, it sucks. The issue with this is that creepers can one shot you with clean (unenchanted) iron. Another things is create houses 3 blocks tall or you will hit you head when you jump, first of all nothing happens if you hit your head. And second that’s allows 3 block tall mobs to enter/teleport in your house. Although there are some hints that will support a fresh player it’s not really worth buying. Hope this helps.
thankx for writing a book abot 300 tricks in minecraft! why---------------------------------------------------------------------- did you wrote silky instead of "silk"?______________________________________________________this is actually A amazing book.i wish u to mak mor plz.i really like your books!300 is A lot. how did u know soooooooooo much?using kindle!y dont u draw pictures for each?
I listen to the author's podcasts with amazing appreciation so thought this book might be helpful. I want he would have discussed other river cruise lines in detail as he did UniWorld. I want he would have given far more hints on planning, booking, packing etc. He mentioned but three cruise lines, one a bargain brand, the oft mention UniWorld and barely mentioned Viking River Cruises. He spoke too small of the main European Rivers and didn't mention my interest (The Elbe) at all. If the book had not been so inexpensive I would be quite annoyed by its limited information, repetitious statements, commercials for UniWorld Cruise Co and its London agent as well as the book's not good editing. He is much better in "voice" podcast than in prose form. What he does do well in both is create a amazing argument for river cruising as an active (somewhat) immersive cultural vacation experience for social minded mature adults with few mobility problems and slightly deep pockets.