Asna is still obsessed with Minecraft. Considering that she’s usually into a new thing every other few months, an obsession that lasts this long is a big deal.
It started when she first got a hold of gamers on Youtube and subscribed to god knows how many channels. From then on, it’s the thing that she watches 24/7. She lives and breathes Minecraft. She studies Minecraft on the wiki She talks about it like she used to talk about Pokemon.
What’s funny is… she doesn’t even play the real game!
She’s aware that she’d need to buy Minecraft to play. She asked us to convert the US$ into RM this one time and was aware that it’s too expensive for her (plus, we don’t buy her games unless she deserves it). Her solution? She instead downloads SurvivalCraft, a Minecraft-like game on Mama’s phone for her to play. It’s so sedih, that she can play the game for a few minutes before it resets — she’d need to pay to get the full version.
Reza felt so kesian for her this one time that he looked up the real Minecraft game, downloaded, cracked and installed it on his Mac and let Asna play every now and then.
All was fine, until she learned the concept of illegal software.
Don’t know what she’s been reading, but she was telling me that the Minecraft on the Mac is not the real Minecraft because we didn’t pay for it.
“That’s not Minecraft, it’s Illegal Craft!”
Is she aware what illegal is? Yes, she is. Here’s what you’d find on one of the tabs on her Chrome — she was googling for the meaning of the word lol.
We know Asna can be a bit lurus and compliant — she is against doing things that are against the law.
So she told us that she’s never going to play the game on the Mac ever again.
“You downloaded illegal Minecraft!”
She was bored this one day and hung out in my room. She was staring at the Mac.
“Hmm. Maybe I should play Minecraft.”
“But you said you’re not going to play Illegal Craft?”
“… it’s only for a short while.”
So much for being compliant -_-‘