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.
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!
We can now easily do in-tick loops in Minecraft command block chains, much like for/while loops in programming languages!
We can do some really fancy things with the new Minecraft 1.12 Chain Command Blocks!
This video will take you through all of the changes to the technical side of Minecraft – command blocks, entities, NBT data, particles, loot tables and resource packs.
Trivia question for you: What effect does opening and closing the pause menu have in Minecraft singleplayer? Well, watch this to find out…
The teleport command – /tp – has changed in Minecraft 1.10 snapshots. Does this affect you? In that case how – and how do you update your commands? This video has the answers.
Minecraft 1.9 is about to be released with tons of news and changes – here’s a tutorial on how to upgrade your maps, minigames and command block creations!
It’s time for another Advanced Commands tutorial – in which I’ve investigated how to build your command block systems to get optimal performance in Minecraft 1.9.
I spent some time looking at the possibilities of the new command blocks… here’s an overview of how you could use them for flow control in an entirely new way. Also: Watch for the blooper!