The last time I replied to this thread was over 1.5, almost 2 years ago, and in that time there have only been ~100 new pages. I miss the days when there were easily 5 new pages a day.
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Aug 14, 2018Djarogames posted a message on I created a house out of lit tnt (but it didn't explode)Posted in: Creative Mode
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Aug 13, 2018Posted in: Suggestions
In 1.13 you can create datapacks. Datapacks are basically very simple mods the user doesn't need to install. They can add/edit crafting recipes, add advancements, add functions, add structures, edit loot tables and do some more things. This is great, but editing them is really tedious. Here is a screenshot of me editing the loot table of a cow so it drops more beef:
I was creating a datapack for my survival world, and I had an idea. What if it were easier to edit. That is why I came up with this idea.
There should be an in-game datapack editor.
On the start menu, there is a button that says "datapacks". Click on it, and you get this screen
In this, you can select a pack and edit it with a simple drag and drop interface. I don't have enough time to create those things in photoshop, but it would be something like this
but with a minecraft theme of course (pixel font and dirt background)
To add a crafting recipe you drag items onto a crafting grid and click "add to datapack"
To edit loot tables you add items and type how many it should drop.
This would make creating datapacks way easier and this might introduce many new people to modding.
Aug 12, 2018Posted in: Discussion
I think you might like ctm maps. Ctm maps are basically maps where you have to mine, build and craft your items to complete an objective. Some are more like adventure maps, but others are more survival with objectives. There is a discord server where people share their ctm maps. https://discordapp.com/invite/DQc9k9a
If you don't have discord you can just google 'minecraft ctm maps' and you'll find many maps.
Aug 12, 2018Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
Say you make a very big datapack, with functions, custom items, edited loot tables, different crafting recipes and stuff like that. Would it be allowed in this section of the forums?
Aug 11, 2018Posted in: Resource Pack Help
I have a very simple question.
This is my grass_block_side.png
This is my grass_block_side_overlay.png
They are both the default dirt texture with some grass on it.
However, when I go into the game, this happens/
The dirt in the grass block becomes green, even though I have not changed the dirt color. How do I fix this?
May 20, 2018Posted in: Maps
This is not a map to play... This is a map to make maps!
I present to you: The first map making engine!
Actually, there is one other map making engine that I found when I searched for it on google but that one was last updated in 2014 and there is still no download available
What does it do?
The engine: Djaro's map making engine, is best for creating parkour maps, but it could be used for other types of maps.
1. Parkour maps
Not good for:
1. Survival maps
2. CTM maps
3. Horror maps
This engine supports multiplayer.
So what does it do? It already has command blocks
so you don't have to do that stuff.
Right now the only features are
Some concrete, wool, glass or terracotta blocks give potion effects:
Brown blocks give you slowness
Blue blocks give you levitation
Green blocks give you jump boost
Yellow blocks give you speed
Black blocks give you blindness
Red block kills you
You can choose which of the 4 coloured block types you want to use
and you can even chose which specific colours you want to use
You can also change some gamerules
gold blocks automatically set your spawnpoint!
In this way, you won't have to use any command blocks to make a good parkour map!
warning! This is made in 1.12.2, so it doesn't work in 1.13! I will update it when 1.13 releases!
This is still an early version, I will add more features
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