Minecraft has proven itself to be one of the most popular video games of all-time. Ever since its release in , it has amassed millions of fans who regularly log in to add upon the world. Players can enjoy a creative mode where they have unlimited resources to build whatever they have in their imagination. Of course, the game also has a survival mode where you have to collect resources to try to retain your health levels. The game has inspired people to pursue all of their interests in earnest.
Minecraft's 5 most nostalgic songs
He started out playing Call of Duty, but later moved onto Minecraft. It was released through and Interscope Records on September 20, , as the lead single from their upcoming seventh studio album. I Love You Joke of the world. Lyrically, the song pays homage to the memories of a loved one who has since passed.
Music and Minecraft have gone together for a very long time, so much so that there's hundreds of songs revolved around Minecraft. Players who have been around for Minecraft's early rise to popularity will remember that YouTube was going crazy with all of the videogame songs content creators were uploading, and Minecraft was quickly added to that list of games. No matter when viewers first heard these songs, the nostalgia they bring is undeniable. One of the hit classics of YouTuber Tobuscus, airing on April 12th of , this video currently has This song takes listeners through a journey all about Tobuscus' diamond sword. Sadly netherite is much better than diamonds these days. Hitting YouTube in June of , this parody of Maroon 5's "Animals" showcases stellar animation for a fan make, taking listeners through an audio journey with incredible vocals by YouTuber, Ryguyrocky, as Minecraft Steve battles through endless mobs. The second music video of a quadrilogy directed by CaptainSparklez, and performed by TryHardNinja, Take Back the Night focuses on the journey of the son of a fictional king in Minecraft, and how he must defeat Herobrine to save the land. It is highly recommended to start with "The Fallen Kingdom" - a parody of Coldplay's "Viva la Vida," and watch through the others in linear fashion.
This list indexes the most popular Minecraft animations on YouTube by view count. These animations are often considered to be some of the most "legendary" Minecraft animations of all time eg. The Hunger Games and Fallen Kingdom. Alan Becker's content, "Minecraft in Real Life" videos, handdrawn parody animations and countdown videos are not counted. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. View counts are up to change, not to mention that not all videos are equally easy to find. As example, some of these videos did not appear when we simply typed "minecraft song" or "minecraft animation" and sorted them by view count, requiring specific searches to find. NOTE: In spite of it having This wiki.