I would trade you my account if it would let me change my email address. (How are you going to spend $7 on it, Shadrahk?
The reasons why I don't like Minecraft as of now, is because when I first purchased that game back in Sept 2010 (When it was 10 Euros = 15 US Dollars), it was still in Alpha. It wasn't well known at the time, and everything was simpler. Ever since it started getting popularity around late Nov 2010, I started hating it.
One of the main reasons is that it doesn't give you a variety of pieces (Like triangular, cone, and ball shapes.), and I find it pretty stupid that I have to craft one block for another block, for another block, to just have the same shape block, but with a different texture.
Another thing what I don't like about the game is that you have to start from the ground up. Using your bare fists, to eventually get a diamond pickaxe. I know, it appealed to me at first, but right now I don't have time to 'waste' my time gathering raw resources. When I could be building something right away.
Building also sucks in the game, because you only build by adding one block at a time. It is not like in LDD where you can copy a section of blocks and paste it, if your trying to make isometric creations.
I think you should invest your money in Blockland or just build stuff in LDD (Although I wish they could add some LU mechanics like I suggested to TLC). If you buy Blockland, you have so much variety of pieces and it would be better in the long run if you don't want to waste your time gathering materials, when you could have all the bricks at your disposal. Plus it has physics!!!
The reason why I bought Minecraft at the time was because I didn't have a computer, and I was using the schools computer to play my games (Like Urban Terror, Quake, etc.). I was trying to find a building program where it doesn't take up lots of space in my flash disk. :/ This post has been edited by Matoro on Nov 17 2011, 11:28 PM