One Minecraft fan decided to capture his progress in the survival world on a video. At the end of each week in the game, he took a screenshot and then summarized all the images into a single video, showing progression over the course of 700 in-game days.
How long did it took to make this?
While nearly two years in the world of Minecraft sounds like a long time, it actually took Silveruchu about a month and a half to expand his world (700 days in the game is exactly 233 and 1/3 hours).
What's more, the author has also decided to make the map available for download, but he has a few reservations in this matter. Namely, the file is quite big (weighs almost 1.5 GB), and the world is best run on snapshot 22w18a.
To make it easier to start for those who decide to play the map, Silveruchu has also left some basic equipment on the ground. You can see how the map has changed over the course of several hundred days below.
If you want to build your own property on the same island as Silveruchu, he also provided the world seed and the coordinates where the island is located - 3669284256701947800 and -2350 64 -2550.
"I would create such a world myself"
The island's development is indeed impressive, and it was appreciated by users in the comments. Nevertheless, there were also people who would gladly create such a world themselves, but unfortunately they lack patience.
"Videos like these make me want to stop whatever I am doing and start a survival world. Amazing job!," wrote 4YoEyezOnly
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"I have to praise where it's due, because this is amazing. The development, creativity and commitment - great," wrote Max_Roberts20.
In addition to praising the author, there were also many questions about the materials used in the constructions or about the locations encountered in the world. Silveruchu seems to be answering them all, so if you'd like to know more about the world, take a look at the comments.