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!
I did a pretty thorough investigation into just how the body heat system used in Forever stranded works. Here are all the details!
The final part of the ReplayMod tutorial is here – let’s create an elaborate end portal opening and transition shot!
Time for part 5 of the replaymod tutorial… let’s make a Tardis!
Time for a bonus episode of the replay mod tutorial series – and now we’re starting to get into the truly interesting stuff.
Time to continue the ReplayMod tutorials – and this week I had far too much to show you, so expect more in a few days!
Time for part 2 of the ReplayMod tutorial series. Let’s make the most that we possibly can out of a single timeline path.