Late update – my apologies! This beginner commands episode takes a first, careful dive into the scoreboard system. This system will eventually be one of the keys to unlocking the true power of command blocks in Minecraft!
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A new month is upon us, which means it’s time for a channel update! Here’s what’s going on, and your chance to suggest what you’d like to see as we pass 1K subscribers!
Thank you so much for your support!
Time for another advanced commands tutorial – this time on how to detect whether or not it is raining in the world, which turns out to be much more complicated than it should be.
Here’s a quick video about a bugfix version for Build-off Parkour.
You can download the latest version here.
Here’s a bit of gameplay from my new minigame map, Build-off Parkour! You might have seen the trailer last week… now fellow redstone wizards PhoenixSC and samasaurus6 join me for a few rounds of the game.
Episode 7 of the Beginner’s Commands tutorial is here. This time we get to the /execute command – one of the most important commands to master!
Hotbar Survival is back! I’m sorry about the delay – I’ve had this footage for several weeks now, and it has been a nightmare to edit. Several hours worth of footage in a bunch of caving montages – but the result turned out great! And who doesn’t like the combination of redstone mechanisms and creepers?
There’s been fewer videos than usual on the channel – and this is why! I’ve been working on a Multiplayer Parkour map that took a long time to complete – but here it is! I’ll be doing a playthrough of it tomorrow, so stay tuned for that – and download the map today to try it out!
It’s time for part 6 in the Beginner Commands Tutorial series. This time we take a break from the core concepts and learn about another important command: the /summon command.
I’ve made a web-based tool that helps make custom player heads in Minecraft 1.8.4 – though you will still need to temporarily change your skin to make them. This video explains everything you need to know to make your own custom player head textures work in Minecraft 1.8.4.
You can find the tool here.