If you watched the "Wreck-It Ralph", you may recall how all of the arcade game characters would come together in the power strip where they could congregate and move between worlds. A pair of "Minecraft" modders revealed a similar solution Saturday to unify the multitude of servers available for the PC version of the sandbox title.
"Minecraft" modders HighlifeTTU and lazertester have created a Central Lobby System that allows players to join and move around a large lobby area with their characters. They can then join game servers holding different gametypes by walking through portals or right-clicking on quick-connect signs that seamlessly teleports the player to the server they've chosen. Players can return to the lobby by clicking on a sign in the game or entering a logout command.
The central lobby also features a lounge where players can interact with others and seek help from admins. PvP is disabled for most of the lounge areas but there is a brawling pit for those wishing to start a fight club. There's also a dance floor with a DJ, a scuba diving area, a swimming pool, a bar and mini-games in the lounge area.
The Central Lobby System is still in development and currently only available on U.S. servers but there are plans to expand it to other countries.