Slaking: omg it works, FINALLY THE DISLIKE BUTTON WORKS :D
Florencia Hawkburg: Guys, stop saying mean things to him! Like you can do any better? You most
likely can't! If you posted a video on youtube, you would most likely get
hate comments as well! At least he spent his time and energy to make this
video even if its to make people laugh! -.- I hate haters!
Amber Tapley: Rubbish don't even work and yay now I can press the dislike button! :)
omid ghafori: this is the first video I have ever seen with more dislikes then likes
PhoenixQueenGaming: All these people who actually thought it would work are idiots. This was
obviously meant as a joke so stop hating on him.
Btw does anyone know if that guy is from the show Happy Days?
Eymar Ryall: AND I CAN TELL YOU WHAT. IT'S NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT REAAAAAAAAAL!
Pree Mccullum: I tried it and it didn't work. This dude is a fony!
Clarissa Varela: Is this real
FPS AMERICA: idiots. It's called getting rick rolled. Kids these days.
torbjörn rosenqvist: Lol nice movie edit!^^!
Bryson Davis: yo mama so fat
Eric u: Wow really just got Rick rolled its 2015
Marta Sluyter: Thats not working i has test it
Madysen Hockert: guys It works!!!!
Guess The dislike
What!!!! Button works!!
gamingguy9143: Who made this thing?
Minecraft was originally created by Markus Persson, who you might know as
Notch. On November 19th, 2011, Jens Bergensten, who you might know as Jeb,
took over creative control so Markus could concentrate on new things.
Thanks to Minecraft’s success, Markus formed his own company in 2009.
Mojang AB currently has two titles in development. Scrolls and Markus’
newest project, 0x10c, are both getting cooked up. Mojang AB is also
publishing Oxeye Studio’s latest game, Cobalt.
A longer history
June 1st, 2009. Stockholm. Markus Persson quits his job at an established
games developer to create his own game. Unemployed, but enthusiastic,
Markus was looking for inspiration, and it came from indie game development
blog, Tigsource. Thanks to the resource, the man you probably know as
"Notch" ended up playing Zachtronic Industries' Infiniminer: an innovative
indie which tasked players with collecting resources while cutting into a
randomly generated landscape. It was a simple game at heart, but Markus
realised potential for something great. He began work on a new project a
few weeks after Infiniminer was discontinued.
Though Markus’ original idea wasn’t as fully featured as the Minecraft
you’ll play today, "Cave Game" was created from the same DNA. This was a
game about placing and breaking blocks in a 3D world. The primary
motivation was to create an experience where each individual component felt
fun. A game that could be both accessible and emergent.
The next step was to include a multiplayer mode so players could dig
together, then a "Survival mode" to make the world feel dangerous. Things
begun to escalate. A mention on the official Team Fortress 2 blog and a PC
Gamer interview on July 29, 2010 introduced Minecraft to a wider audience.
The Minecraft train was accelerating.
But maybe it gathered too much pace. On September 18th 2010, the Minecraft
webserver crashed due to the sheer amount of players signing up. Markus
made the game free to compensate, causing yet another spike in downloads.
And things were just getting started. A video showing off one man’s
dedication to create a 1:1 replica of the Starship Enterprise went viral,
churning up YouTube views. Minecraft was getting harder to ignore. And why
would you want to?
Next came a 16-bit computer, prompting Markus to vent his excitement via
his now notorious Twitter feed: "I saw the ALU and I wet myself," he wrote.
"Seriously! I got a hose and I wet myself. With pee." RMS Titanic, a
marriage proposal from a Bioware developer, and a spookily accurate
representation of BioShock’s Rapture all popped up: Minecraft’s potential
was being realised by its community of creatives. YouTube made it easy to
appreciate, even if you didn’t actually play.
Markus began work on a Halloween update that brought a chunk of new blocks
to the game including pumpkins, fish and working clocks. But just ten days
before release, disgruntled users launched 85,000 bots at the Minecraft
servers, crashing it again. Despite the inconvenience, the Halloween update
launched on October 30th, bringing the ability to create a portal to The
Nether: Minecraft’s fiery inferno ruled by burning beasts and smothered in
On December 20 2010 it was announced that Minecraft was officially in beta.
Noteblocks were introduced, allowing players to create music in Minecraft,
and sparking a whole new breed of Minecraft videos: the musical parody.
Soon after, the awards began to roll in. An Indie Game of the Year award
from IndieDB and numerous accolades from GDC. In February 2011, beds got
introduced. Minecraft’s central protagonist, Steve, named by Markus on a
whim in an interview, got to enjoy a well-deserved snooze (even though he
kept his clothes on and slept over the sheets).
In June, the unforgiving Adventure Update was released. It introduced a
hunger meter, advanced combat mechanics, and the terrifying Endermen.
Minecraft got ported to smaller, open-sourcier Android devices in October,
and sleeker, more expensive, iOS ones in November. People started building
things on planes, trains and automobiles. Minecraft had gone mobile.
Minecraft was officially released on November 18th at the MineCon 2011
keynote. It was epic.
On November 19th 2011, Jens Bergensten, who you might know as Jeb, took
over creative control of Minecraft so Markus could concentrate on his new
project, 0x10c. They’d been working together for over a year so Markus
wasn’t concerned about handing over the reins. Jeb has been in control
since, updating Minecraft with Weekly Snapshots. Tameable animals, maps,
pistons, elephantine NPCs, and The End followed. And it’s still evolving.
Minecraft Xbox 360 edition was released in May 2012, giving console players
opportunity to experience Minecraft for themselves. It broke more records,
selling a staggering four million copies in just five months. 4J Studios
are responsible for the port, and are dedicating their time to create the
most fully featured experience possible. You can track the updates on all
forms of Minecraft by following the team on twitter, or by checking
mojang.com, where we regularly post about recent happenings.
The rest is in the future! And there’s a lot more to come.
Annabelle PlaysMinecraft: you probably just want more views.
to be honest, i HATE this video
GrahamCrackers: Why are there 22,000 likes?
You can tell this is so wrong. 😶 😬
Sammy Magsombol: Yehh in me its work that more dislike than like 😰😜😛👎👎👎 finally its
Ado Elezi: It works,the dislike buton works
NonOfUr Bussiness: Stupid people he's doing this for fun like a joke
Georgie Stewart: WHY IS THE DISLIKE BUTTON NOT WORKING THIS WAS TERRABLE!
Clashofclans1985: This song made me find the dislike button...
Muddi GT: If you dont like video so know this all ANOTHER are same okay so like it
Fam de Kanter: wtf wat een freak video dit is zo nep
Cora Boissonneault: This doesn't f ing work
PhoenixPoptart: you spelled your own name wrong.... its perfect not perfict.... dumbass.
Alyson schuh teles: which the name of the song ?
Logan Dreibelbis: It works! It works! It really works! The dislike button works!
nachos992: this is really funnnny
Natasha Vicente: Is this edited??? Just asking no being mean
CCSO SWAT: This is a rip off it does not work I tried it out
Cynthia Schieck: THAT IS RUDE U MADE ME DO ALL THIS WORK AND IT WAS A PRANK!!!
Jeremy Feliciano: How do you do that it wont work for me ?
adel fernandez: neva gonna give you likes cuz you trolled me!
Johanna Angel: Give him some spirit
Ion Iovu: You can only download some mods
Tomthor: omg it works realy try dis stufs wat a m in it a e f ct na wya dat sad
C Otero: FAKE!!! I did it and nothing happened! :(
Jaz Barber: My uncl said its face
I say it's not
Maxer delter: mutha freaka rick roled my ass
Nick The Gamer: damn!! ric roll'd >:(
ArmyGirlGamings: DO YOU LIKE DA SONG?!?! OR NAH ITS REAL BUT ITS GONNA JUST PLAY A SONG
Lee Yager: can you do it on xbox
Fiorella Barbieri: How do you get the button?
Jodi Schuster: My TV didn't work :(
Yenika Leyva: I think he just edited it.
JamesVsAndyGaming: This was edited
graham cordell: what a load of airbrush
Zombie Killerz Juegos: freak you
Megan Tulip: WE JUST GOT RICK ROLLED