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    MrJangles's Avatar Minecraft Addicts Operator
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    Sand Physics


    I have an option to disable sand phyics. It changes the game quite a bit so what do you think about it?

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    it just wouldnt be the same
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    What would be the benifit of turning off sand physics? Aside from being able to do the same things with sand that we do with everything else already...

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    I guess I was thinking convenience for floors or something. It won't be used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoAura View Post
    it just wouldnt be the same
    Agreed.

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    the physics in sand is that gravity works causing sand blocks to hit the ground. IMO it would be best to leave the physics the way notch made them.

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    Candle sand scaffolding!! Let gravity do it's job.

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    I think sand and gravel physics are a potential grief point now. Imagine if mxzas had died all the times we buried him and he dropped all the wonderful things he was holding. Which brings up a point... is it possible to have health and death without having item loss?

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