1st place: Churlotte, VIP3 given to xCrazyGirl05
2nd place: InfinitySonic, VIP2
3rd place: twirlingfox3, VIP1 given to playtowin101
You read that right! We'll be hosting a PvP tournament in the newly-constructed arena! This tournament will be on Sunday the 9th of October, at 2PM EST. We'll be working with a Smash Bros. kind of tournament scheme for 1v1 fights. Example: 8 matches -> 4 matches -> 2 matches -> Finale. Of course, you'll want some prizes to sweeten the deal. First place will get $25 Donation Shop credit, second place will get $20 DS credit and, you guessed it, third place will get $15 DS credit. Yes, spending credit on other people is allowed. If you win in one round but do not attend any of the next ones you might need to compete in, you will not be eligible for a prize. But hey, it's only a few hours this time so you should be fine. People of all ranks are allowed to compete!
Enjoy this tournament!
Your Admin Team,
Bladen, C3PO15, BraxBludroot and Tiger_09
The mighty 0.16 update has landed on Pocket and Windows 10 (read all about it here!) bringing with it our first implementation of Add-Ons! They’re a new way for you to customise your Minecraft world, allowing you to poke around in the guts of the game and tweak the way mobs look and behave.
Want to create an army of chicken-riding, explosive witches? Who doesn’t? And now you can.
But… But how?!
Luckily we have smart dudes Jason Major and Jared Greiner on hand to show you the ropes, or, more accurately, the json files. They sat down to play through the Alien Invasion Add-On we teased at E3 earlier this year, to show you some of the cool things you can do by messing about with mobs:
And, for those who want to have a crack at making an Add-On themselves, Jared and Jason also made this tutorial video, showing in detail how they melded a skeleton with a rabbit to create a loyal ally, to help defend against the extraterrestrial menace:
We’ve made the Alien Invasion Add-On available for you to download from our special Add-Ons page. You can find loads more info on how Add-Ons work and what you need to do to install them. We also asked the excellent Sethbling to make an Add-On for us, in collaboration with Mindcrack and Blockworks. It’s pretty darn cool: a massive siege battle in which you can take part, joining either the ravenous horde of mobs or the stout defenders of the keep. Get a glimpse of it in this short teaser video, or download it from the Add-Ons page and see for yourself - you can even share it with friends over Realms!
Add-Ons are a work in progress, our first step towards bringing higher levels of customisation to all our platforms - so they’re likely to change and evolve over time. Let us know what you think!
Marsh - @marshdavies
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Hey there people. We have obviously been heavily inactive. Quiet, but not dead. Just sort of lurking, in the shadows right over there. Hi!
Things have changed in the world of Minecraft. We still enjoy it, but we're shifting focus a little. Not so much changing, as shedding more light and devoting some attention to the things we've been doing all along anyhow. We used to blog focusing on Minecraft on the whole. As of recently, however, we're going to focus on our community.
We've always had a pretty great group of gamers hanging around, and our core community has kept in contact through our Teamspeak and other social media platforms such as Telegram, and Discord. Some of you have captured some great candid moments while gaming with us and shared them with the group. We want to shift focus to this community interaction.
We plan to continue running a Minecraft server, but we're also going to focus on the games that the community comes together to play, and push the content based around these as well.
We're still going to be community supported, shrinking and growing within the confines of what our player base helps us afford, and we'll get that set up hopefully in the near future. Once that's cemented, we'll lay out what contributing to the community affords and what benefits that might earn. We're still hashing out the details and trying to make it worth it for our users.
We hope you'll stick around through these changes, and we intend to continue providing a decent atmosphere in which to game. Here comes the future, Crafthubians. It looks fun.