Time for another advanced command block tutorial! This time, here’s how to calculate the offset of another entity or player in the world, in local (or relative) coordinates. This method is how my Boulder pet keeps track of its relative offset compared to its owner!
Here’s a bit of a bonus video – the highlights of me checking out new survival game Out of Reach that just hit Early Access on Steam the other day.
New Beginner Commands episode time! Let’s dive into the last big complexity of command blocks – data tags!
It’s time for another viewer request! This time I took on nevertakendown1’s request for better sleeping in multiplayer.
Time for part 2 of the explanation for how The Predator works. Ready to think about binary numbers and scoreboard values? You better be!
We’re back with another episode of Build-off Parkour! This time, Goldenturkey97 joins us to play with some control settings and video settings making the game… let’s just call it a bit extra challenging!
Keep the suggestions coming!
It’s (finally) time for the video teased last channel update – your very own Boulder pet in Vanilla Minecraft. Enjoy!
We got yet another security update for Minecraft today. Here’s a very quick video explaining the changes.
Time for the next step on our journey towards learning command blocks. This time we deal with using statistics for scoreboard criteria types, which lets us detect actions by players.
As a side note, the new map project teased in the channel update just recently is coming, but heavy workload and unexpected difficulties have slowed it down a bit – have patience!
Okay – it’s time to give you guys an explanation for how the active camouflage in The Predator actually works. I’ve split it into several parts to try to avoid giving out too many headaches 😉