LET’S PLAY: ANIMALS++
We’re going on a Minecraft safari, so grab your camera!
I don’t like animals, and it’s not just that my cat won’t play cooperative games of Minecraft Legends with me. No offense to our millions of zebra readers. It’s because my cat won’t play Minecraft Legends with me, all right. I needed something, someone, or someone to teach me to love the animal kingdom once more because of that betraying cat. Additionally, I chose to play Animals++ by Kubo on the Minecraft Marketplace because David Attenborough continues ignoring me and my calls.
It’s like going to the zoo without having to worry about getting in trouble for trying to take a selfie by sneaking into the gorilla cages (just a hypothetical example). There aren’t any cages here. This is more like a sizable safari park with several biomes and a ton of interesting animals for you to meet. You can get free games from this website as well.
My particular favorite? I’m glad you inquired! No, I’m not; it’s very difficult to choose just one. I’m going to freak out and attempt to think while posting a screenshot of the rhino here:
Not a favorite of mine. Still quite fantastic.
A gorilla, a chameleon, a pig (oh, it’s just an average Minecraft pig, who cares), some kind of animal that I don’t know the name of because I didn’t pay attention in school, a wood block that I later learned isn’t an animal, a crocodile or possibly an alligator, and the most terrifying creature that nature has ever created—the car—have all been discovered in the first few minutes of exploring!
Oh, hold on. The automobiles are just conveniently positioned vehicles—a submersible is available for viewing the marine life—to make sightseeing a snap. Try to limit the number of cars you drive into the sea, as I did.
Several helpful guidebooks on the various species and their respective biomes are also included. Beneficial! It’s during moments such as this that I wish I could read.
THE SMART ZEBRA
This style legend has earned the right to mock my outdated blue shirt and blue denim ensemble by giving me the classic condescending over-the-shoulder look. I swear I would never feel depressed again if I could pull off striped leggings half as effectively as this beast.
SEE IT IN:
The grassland! I attempted to search underwater for zebras, but I was unsuccessful. Mostly only the cars I had driven into the sea and the fish.
WHAT IS IT LIKE?
How come? I never consented to use that to rank the animals! Put an end to your cruel subheading. Start now!
Is my baby photo this cute? No, even though my antlers were quite similar. However, there is an adult version of this adorable little companion as well (sorry, not depicted here; it’s not as cute). I could not take my eyes off of this beautiful creature, even with the menacing clouds of smoke gathering in the distance. Okay, how about that?
SEE IT IN:
The grassland. Yes, I did eventually leave the Savanna, you see. I promise!
WHAT IS IT LIKE?
Nope, I’m not doing this anymore.
LOOK IT UP:
The North Pole. Yes, I am aware. And I was taken aback!
WHAT TASTES LIKE IT?
Well, please stop talking.
You’re going to be tapping that screenshot button a lot, so hopefully it’s comfortable. A truly soothing experience can be had while roaming and attempting to take images of all the various creatures.
Well, except for the times when an animal insists on staring directly at you when you’re trying to capture a good side-on shot of it. Yes, Mr. Moose, you do realize how intriguing I am. Please look away and quit destroying my photo.
A small irritation known as “death” presents another obstacle for my fledgling vocation in animal photography. Not every one of these animals is amiable. The poison dart frog and tarantula are extremely camera shy, as I discovered the hard way. What other reason is there for them to target someone as amazing as me?
This is probably the reason the map gives you a ton of stone swords and grilled steak right at the beginning (why don’t real zoos do this?). As unpleasant as it may be, I think it gives this safari a much-needed dose of danger. Knowing that there’s a small frog out there that wants to poison you makes finding pictures of all your possible pets much more satisfying.
It’s my most favored sentence structure to compose. You ought to be grateful for these animal pictures, by the way. I had a lot of frog poisonings to get these for you!
AW, IT’S SO ADORABLE
Suck it up.
Yes, this one will be skipped.
Even though it is extinct in our mundane reality, the woolly mammoth is living and successful here. Even if those enormous pointed tusks appear to be a bit too eager to cut me in half, the impulse to give it a hearty hug is only somewhat mitigated by the fact that they are so intense. Hey, where there is no gain, there is no suffering!
LOOK FOR IT IN:
So, where do you believe you are?
Readers with keen eyes may have noted that my brief excursion did not even scrape the surface of the possibilities. There are over a hundred different animals to figure out, and there are a lot more biomes to investigate. Simply clicking on this link will take you to the Minecraft Marketplace, where you will find Animals++ by Kubo. While this is going on, I’m going to go on eBay and seek a good antidote to frog poison. Best wishes to me!