For our Sunday Map Making Stream this week we worked on balancing for the Chosen Minecraft Challenge and then implemented team support for it. If you missed it – here’s the stream archive!
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For our Sunday Map Making Stream this week we ran a full playtest of Chosen – my newest Minecraft challenge pack, formerly known as Project Sacrifice. If you missed it – check out how it went in this stream archive!
For our Sunday Map Making Stream this week we continued our Project Sacrifice polish for the first beta release. If you missed it – check out how it went in this stream archive!
For our Sunday Map Making Stream this week we continued our Project Sacrifice playtest and bug fixing. If you missed it – check out how it went in this stream archive!
Last night for our Sunday Map Making stream, I decided to try to make Project Sacrifice work fully in Minecraft 1.13.2 – with the brand new Random Number Generator! If you missed it, here’s the archive.
For this Sunday Map Making stream, we switched gears a little bit and dove back into an old fan favorite – Project Sacrifice! Here is the stream archive in case you missed it!
Want to play the first pre-release of my latest map making project, Sacrifice? Now you can! All I ask in return is that you send me your impressions and suggestions once you’re done playing.
To play, do this:
- Create a new Singleplayer world in Creative mode of Minecraft 1.12+
- Save and exit the world
- Download the Sacrifice pre-release and extract somewhere convenient.
- Copy the folder named “praise” under “data/functions” to the folder named “data/functions” of your world save folder.
- Load back into the world
- Find an appropriate location for the Altar and stand on the ground there.
- Type “/function praise:setup” in chat
Now enjoy the pre-release of Project Sacrifice. When you’re done, please send me some feedback on Twitter or Discord.