the life of a farmer
So you just released the awesome generated new map! Thats cool and thank you so much for it bc everyone besides sage raistal and i kept askin... ok so my idea
Im not going to bs you with 50 ideas in one post like the town stuff. Im sorry if that kind of pissed you off.
So the idea is that we have the ability to farm... Now I know what you thinking "om%g not another harvest moon loving son of a #$%^&" And to be honest you would be buttsmackin knife jacking correct. The reason a farm sim would beneifit you a lot more is because 1 new materials to buy and sell such as seeds and the finished project the plants. Making it possible to buy and sell more then just... blocks, sometimes swords if a noob really wants a red one.
So I know that seems like a lot of work <----- just realized what I did there but if you think about it players would join at least once a day to water their plants and probably say hey. Right now the game has a new map so I know some bugs need to be fixed on that but having something for players besides, build, get money from enemies, and pvp well no offense but your not really going to broadcast a large audience and your not going to get people coming back as much.
Now I now a lot of sandbox games has the feature farm... But consider this minecrafts bs farm system doesnt require you to water it, nor can you sell it to a player bc currency in minecraft can be cheated or hacked and why even get the currency when u can add the block anyway... kind of pointless. In here theirs an economy, theres reasons to have it for health and just throwing it out there the farm idea would be good to get on now so that later you can add potions and other farm seeds to make them.
Ok so down to my last thoughts. Obviously youll need to buy tools to make it work like the common hoe, sickle, and water pot with for now something that tells you that you've watered the plant until you feel like doing animations. Just something to think on for you.
Ray Fex commented
I would like to see farms in this vast landscape with crops and livestock growth