Curse Client - World Management Tools!

Minecraft World Management Tools, now in the Client!


Have you ever died in-game, or had your home destroyed by creepers, and thought to yourself, "Man, I wish I could just go back and do that over again"? Lucky for you, we have thought that too!

Are you ready for a savegame management tool that will let you back up and restore your worlds, quicksave on the fly, and even store backed up world copies on the Cloud, to free up hard drive space? The new Curse Client - Minecraft Update includes a host of features, including:

  • Saved Worlds:
Each individual world on your computer can be locally backed up for safe keeping! In addition to showing when a world was last backed up, the "More Info" tab will show you your health, level, and the number of items in your inventory, as well as give you the ability to share your world's seed with a simple click to copy option. Any saves listed on this screen can be restored.
  • Quicksave:
In regular intervals, the Client will create a quicksave of any given world -- These can also be created upon hitting the escape key. If you manage to fall into some lava, have a creeper destroy all your hard work, or just want to go on an NPC rampage without there being consequences, the Quick Saves will have you covered. Just click to restore the world back to its previous state!
  • Saved World Sync:
Any Curse Premium member will additionally have the ability to sync any world to the cloud, allowing you to download your world to any PC without the hassle!


That's all pretty cool, but what about something special for the creative minds of the community? Any artist, modder, or equally creative talent who uploads their creations to the Client via Bukkit (for Minecraft), or CurseForge (for any other game), and gets 1,000 or more downloads will get FREE Curse Premium!

Now, the Cloud Sync feature is a Premium feature, but there are some exciting things going on in the world of Minecraft, and we want to help celebrate! For the entire duration of Minecon 2012 (Friday the 23rd, Saturday and Sunday), you will be able to test the Premium Cloud Sync features for free! No sign-up, no catch, just a client that will let you try the Cloud Sync feature, worry-free.

Ready to give the Minecraft World Management features a try? If you haven't picked up the Curse Client yet, click here, download the client, and give it a try today!

Comments

  • #2 CoteDor
    Looks pretty interesting. Quick saving could be useful for multiple reasons :) But it is something seperate from the game right? It's not like this is something they are going to add in the future, or is it?
  • #3 Sacheverell
    No, it is a tool you use outside of Minecraft, to manage your savegames. No mods or anything to the main game.
  • #4 DaveTheWave
    Cool, but how much money does it cost to become a Curse Premium? (If any money)
  • #5 sploder99999
    Cool, very useful.
  • #6 x_clucky
    Sweet, my hard drive is getting pretty full with only 7gb to spare
  • #7 MillsV2
    ummmm when i have the curse client and i try to use minecraft as a game it says it only supports World of Warcraft and Warhammer online are supported....
    plz help! i has mac
  • #8 beastofnaraku
    how do you even add a game
  • #9 StrawHatUra
    Remember when MCF Posted interesting minecraft updates and cool buildings/maps/texture packs, and not advertising their products and less than entertaining videos?

    Me neither
  • #10 Teh_Zombeh
    Quote from MillsV2

    ummmm when i have the curse client and i try to use minecraft as a game it says it only supports World of Warcraft and Warhammer online are supported....
    plz help! i has mac


    They haven't updated the curse client for Mac yet. :/
  • #11 PAT457
    What ever happened to the manly tools thing?And I think you should post this new song I found called"Minecraft for 2" tho get more popular :)
  • #12 Boundegar
    What a terrible idea. One thing that makes Minecraft unique is there's no undo button. If this thing catches on, it will change the way we play - and not in a good way.
  • #13 Dodge34
    Quote from Boundegar

    What a terrible idea. One thing that makes Minecraft unique is there's no undo button. If this thing catches on, it will change the way we play - and not in a good way.


    There's nothing that force you to use that tool, if you don't like it, don't use it, maybe you love to see more than 30hrs of hard work and more than 200 diamonds hardly mined with no xray or any other help, but I prefer to save my world and thankfully now we can aslo prevent creeper damaging the world in vanilla Minecraft server and also in SSP if we wish too with simple mods. You want to see your house destroyed, don't use it that's all.

    Now for the Curse Client, only thing missing is MultiMC in it and the world would be perfect, can't play without MultiMC, makes it so much easier to have multiple copy of Minecraft and have different version and mods in each.
  • #14 DogsRNice
    Quote from Boundegar

    What a terrible idea. One thing that makes Minecraft unique is there's no undo button. If this thing catches on, it will change the way we play - and not in a good way.
    it could be useful for undoing very large mistakes made in creative mode
  • #15 Mathwizsnippet
    Nice
  • #16 Koogle
    Whatever happened to that server listing page?

    its still total junk
  • #17 Garblahooga
    Edit: Silly me.
    Last edited by Garblahooga: 11/20/2012 11:46:41 PM
  • #18 Szotko
    Quote from MillsV2

    ummmm when i have the curse client and i try to use minecraft as a game it says it only supports World of Warcraft and Warhammer online are supported....
    plz help! i has mac

    Look at download page. PC version is 5, MAC is 4. This can be reason...
  • #19 ChronoFury
    Oh wow. This tool seems rather useful.
  • #20 mastertygon
    Thank you so much! Ever since I saw the video on Youtube about this, I have wanted it very badly. I already had the Curse Client, so it just updated when I logged onto my home computer. BAM! Instant love. You guys really outdid yourselves with this one: Backups...awesome! I have a program that backs up my data, but this...this is just SO much easier. Quicksaves: I love you guys! You have no idea how many times I have hit a random patch of lava in one of my stone quarries or a creeper blew up a chunk of my main NPC village. (Just today, it happened twice and I would say it happened at least three or four times last week.) Sure, back-up programs kill an element of survival, but you look me in the eye and tell me that being killed by an enderman you accidentally locked eyes with while you were carrying 19 diamonds to your enderchest is not screwed up. (Yeah, this happened to me...I was too far away to obtain in 5 mins...had to use back-up to restore. Anyway, you guys are fantastic. Great job. This is pure awesomeness.
  • #21 Boundegar
    Quote from Dodge34

    There's nothing that force you to use that tool, if you don't like it, don't use it, maybe you love to see more than 30hrs of hard work and more than 200 diamonds hardly mined with no xray or any other help, but I prefer to save my world and thankfully now we can aslo prevent creeper damaging the world in vanilla Minecraft server and also in SSP if we wish too with simple mods. You want to see your house destroyed, don't use it that's all.
    Actually I have a different solution. I don't let creepers in my house. I also don't walk around with 200 diamonds.
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