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South Park Minecraft - What does Randy say?

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In the South Park, Minecraft episode.

I get all the "how do you get wood?"

But what does Randy say, and why? "He called me a grouper / griefer"

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So, in the end, How do you tame a horse in Minecraft?
Am I "Thinking with my grown-up brain?"
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"He called me a grouper / griefer"
Could it have been "He called me a creeper?"

The creeper is that monster that explodes when it gets close to you and is one of the most annoying Minecraft monsters because they can destroy large portions of whatever house or fort you build for yourself.

To tame a horse, just keep getting on the same one over and over.
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Thx

So, there is a game called minecraft ?

I thought it was a great joke.
They invented a possible game, where there's no f.ing point, you just go around building shit.

Where do you get it from?

So every kid now plays this?

Thanks
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Yes. Minecraft is a fairly popular game and "you just go around building [stuff]" is actually a pretty good summary if you have it set on "peaceful" difficulty.

I think some people just like it for the creativity. But you can have monsters attacking you while you go around building stuff.

What I like about the game is that the graphics are absolute rubbish. It's about time someone made a popular game and didn't sacrifice gameplay for look and feel.

http://www.minecraft.net
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