Bring back Blockland 2009
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In 2005, Eric Hartman planned an update for the old Blockland Vanilla which was released in December 2004, the proto type of Blockland Retail. The new update became a fresh and modernized large update in 2006, removing all Lego material and becoming Blockland Retail.
As Blockland gained thousands of users between 2005 and 2007, Blockland Retail was about to be released in late February 2007. After it's release, the game quickly became famous with a lot of beautiful Add-Ons and of course the most loved terrains and interiors.
Blockland had it's peak in 2009 and 2010 when the game was famous and the community was going full steam ahead. The years of enjoying this game became devastated in 2012 when the Shadows and Shaders update was introduced.
This update, also known as version 21, could only be introduced if the terrain and interior maps feature would be removed. With the release of version 21, the game made people left. People who were loved by others for contributing a lot of good work to the community. To this present day, Blockland is losing users and the game is lacking updates.
Blockland should have two clients, one for the people who play version 21, the other one for people who want to play version 16 (the last great version without graphical bugs). Each client with it's own Master Server to avoid conflicts with different client versions. Support NOW, do the right thing!
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