The latest snapshots for Minecraft 1.12 include a completely new way of running commands – using Advancement-triggered command lists.
This tutorial shows how to use this new functionality to have instant function calls with a proper call stack and returns, as well as using recursion to implement loops.
Here’s Minecraft Snapshot 17w17b with bug fixes, even more new sounds and advancement advancements! Also may crash your game less. No promises 😉
We’ve actually succeeded at doing a thing! Let’s start unfreezing those people, mmkay?
There’s a new Minecraft snapshot in town. It’s called 17w17a, and it plays the guitar!
There was a hidden feature in the latest snapshot! Here’s a guide for the @s command selector in 17w16b and coming to Minecraft Pocket Edition in a later release!
Where will these eyes lead us?
Let’s get this vault online… or active… or off lockdown… or fix whatever it is that is the problem.
We hung out for a bit on the fan server and did a spontaneous server tour on our first-ever beam stream.
We can now easily do in-tick loops in Minecraft command block chains, much like for/while loops in programming languages!
Snapshot 17w16b is here with some highly requested bugfixes and fixes to yesterday’s command block changes! Here’s a detailed look at the changes.