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  • Minecraft Middle Earth is a Minecraft community that recreates the world described by JRR Tolkien and his writings. Everyone can participate in organized events in which we collaborate to create major landmarks, terrain, caves, castles, towns, farms and more.

    To get started, visit The New Player Guide
  • This weekend 20-21 April the website will be unavailable for a few hours for a scheduled upgrade and maintenance. Estimated time that the site will be unavailable will be around 3 hours.

  • This community does not generate revenue and relies on its members and financial contributors to keep it running.

    For a complete month, we would need around 235 USD for a break-even situation.

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Top_Gun

Aspiring Commoner
Mar 5, 2014
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#4
It'd be nice to have cross-platform play. Maybe with the MS purchase, we might at least get crossover with the XBone version in the future.
 

_Luk

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Mar 1, 2014
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#6
well for minechat you need an actual pc minecraft account, wont fix that probleme aswell.
 

thomasd18

Foreman
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Feb 4, 2015
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#7
Surely it will be impossible to put the map into Xbox and Play Station because our map is way bigger than the size of the worlds in both consoles and versions.
 

Dallen

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Apr 5, 2014
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Dallen's tavern, Bree
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#8
Surely it will be impossible to put the map into Xbox and Play Station because our map is way bigger than the size of the worlds in both consoles and versions.
Not at all. When playing on xbox you dont render the whole world so playing on a server would be fine. It would take a small amount of work protocol wise to make the versions sync up but after that you should be good to go. It would be a similar story on phones although there would probably be heavy lag cuz phones are bad :p
 

Top_Gun

Aspiring Commoner
Mar 5, 2014
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#9
I know the 360 version's maps were limited to something like 750x750 blocks, but do the current-gen consoles have any limits at all? They certainly have the HDD space to handle hefty map files.