Author Topic: Intresting article from 2005 about Blockland  (Read 390 times)


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Hartman has also noticed a regular fixation on incarceration. "There have been cases of people building prisons," he says. "Either they build completely around the spawn area so that any new players who join the game are trapped, or they just build a box and see how many people they can lure into it before sealing them inside."
Blockland

Blockland never changes

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The toy makers have not yet contacted him, nor have game developers looking for employees, but as Blockland continues to spread, Hartman may want to stay by the phone.

god i hope lego contacts him it'll kick off pretty well

its weird thinking that "on-line" used to be the norm

i wonder if he remembers this interview

He said 20,000 players joined in 10 days sometime in 2005, how?

He said 20,000 players joined in 10 days sometime in 2005, how?
blockland was featured on a show called the screensavers