Minecraft Twitch streamer Mystical M*dget walks 32 million blocks for 2,500 hours breaking the record – After 2,500 hours of sprinting toward the edge, Minecraft streamer Mystical Midget has eventually hit the World Boundary of his game. Inside the sandbox game, the World Boundary is the seed’s clearly delineated edge, and it approximately corresponds to the 30 millionth block away from the coordinates “0, 0” in the centre.
A few days earlier, Mystical M*dget arrived in the renowned area of the Far Worlds. He eventually came at the practical final moment of the map during his most recent show, while his character fastened through the ground and died.
Twitch streamer Mystical Midget has done something nobody has ever done before— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) August 23, 2022
He walked 32 million blocks in Minecraft til the very end of the game, it took him 2,500 hours to complete… here’s what happened pic.twitter.com/KIfIIelgN9
Minecraft Twitch streamer Mystical M*dget walks 32 million blocks
It takes a lot of courage to travel to the farthest point on the map. Everyone can, of course, are using the teleport feature to get there right away, but only tenacious gamers endeavour the risky manoeuvre using legal methods.
Mystical repeatedly tried the playthrough in his “Falling Through the World” series, and it required him to put in an estimated ten hours per day of streaming time over 420 real-world days to finish. A more well YouTuber who is trying to complete a similar run is KurtJMac, who started his sequence on the appropriately named “Far Lands or Bust with KurtJMac” channel months ago and is still far from finishing it. Just after the 1.8 updates, Far Lands technically no longer exists as a region, but the Boundary Wall does.
Mystical M*dget, a comparatively recent streamer, decided to name his series concerning falling through the world with the intention of breaking the game. His Twitch bio states the following: “5th person to walk to the Far Lands in Minecraft, now walking to the 32 million block world limit.”
Literally billions of buildings from the centre, on the edge of the world, as he approached certain death, Minecraft Physics began to malfunction. He described eerie caves with water gushing from them on the Far Worlds. The streamer was starting to hope the game wouldn’t crash during such a decisive stage while he had his coordinates turned off: “It’s not dropping frames, I am f***ing shitting myself. The game is saying no. The game is saying no.”
The gameplay becomes very jerky as it approaches the edge. As the world begins to flicker and the character gets closer to the boundary wall, player movement becomes constrained. Mystical walked a short distance in silence before she started falling through to the floor and started crying. His mates began yelling supportive words, such as: “That’s it. Any moment!”
Another stated: “Oh, he made it!”. “Give him love. Hype in the chat, come on.”
Well after 32 gazillionth square, he ate bread in a last-ditch effort to maintain his failing health, but he eventually passed away. KilloCrazyMan was the very first person to achieve the Far Lands, and Notch, the developer of the sandbox game, gave him a campaign contribution of $10,000 as a prize.