Looking for a game that is equal parts "capture the flag" and "high-stakes PVP"? Look no farther than Knights of Kingdomia, which is all this, and quite a bit more.
Knights of Kingdomia is a Minecraft multiplayer game designed for 2 to 14 people, and played on specially constructed maps. Players divide into two teams and compete to capture the opposing team’s castle. Stand on the pressure plate of your team’s color to capture a point, if you can!
Capturing resource farms will automatically grant your team currency points over time. These points come in 14 types (stone, wood, iron, diamonds and gold among others) and can be spent in shops in order to buy weapons, armour, food and other items. The unique gameplay of Knights of Kingdomia requires no mods or texture packs.
I'm sure you have all heard "What Does the Fox Say?" by now, so we'll skip the explanation and jump straight into the video! Phantaboulous has cooked up a clever parody of the insanely popular song, and it's pretty funny. Check it out!
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Check out this informative video by the Dead Worker's Party, which shows off the awesome shaders currently in testing!
UPDATE Sept. 20: Snapshot 13w38c has been released to fix numerous graphical issues, crashes and item frame issues. The client is available in your launcher, and the server links are at the bottom of the page!
It's time for another weekly Snapshot! This batch of preview goodies is brought to you by...well, Mojang. There really wasn't anything witty to say there. Still need something witty before the patch notes? Alright, fine: elephants can't jump.
Right, let's see some patch notes!
Pretty exciting changes! What, you don't see them? That's because they're secret! See if you can find them all before tomorrow...
Benifor, a young man born and raised in the village of Aurora, travels by Airship to find his father. Created by Lopsideful and featuring music by Pedro6285, this clever and creative multi-part series is definitely worth a watch. Enjoy!
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Hide and Seek is a game older than dirt. I'm pretty sure it is, at least. Over time, people have found new and inventive ways to make it more interesting, and today's video is no exception! I play Hide and Seek (made by grapeapplesauce) with Pedro6285, Slamacow, Lewis, Prebz, CathulianCG, and Ollie, in this decidedly more stabby version of the classic game!
Here's how it works: the hiders (which is all but one person) has to navigate an eerie, dark labyrinth, looking for a key which can open the exit door. All the while, the seeker is stalking the corridors, ready to kill any players he comes across! It's an incredibly tense game mode, and well worth the playthrough. Enjoy!
MORE FEATURES FOR MINECRAFT MODS
As you may or may have not noticed, there’s a new link on the navigation bar, and it takes you to our growing Minecraft mod database on Curse.com. We’ve got 390 mods in our database, which has almost grown 400% since back in June, when we created a dedicated Forge section. So, follow the new tab on the navigation bar above, and check out our growing database of client mods!
Additionally, if you’re a mod author, check out what our hosting site can do for you. Once your mod is approved and it’s released or in beta state, it will show up in our database, linked above. Also, don’t forget to check out our Minecraft offerings like our Bukkit plugins, texture packs and see what world files others have created and shared!
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Minecraft Wiki is officially joining the Gamepedia wiki family and to celebrate, we're hosting our largest giveaway surrounding a single game yet! Between now and Friday, October 11th, fans and community members have a chance to win some really sweet prize packs, goodie bags, t-shirts and so much more! The fine folks at J!NX.com, who run the official Minecraft store, have supplied us with tons of loot – meaning there is so much to win, so be sure to enter!
We have four tiers of prizes in the goodie bags and a ridiculously large pile of shirts! Check out what could possibly be yours!
Winning is simple! Log in with your Curse account to enter! Please also be sure to visit the Giveaways page to read about the Minecraft giveaway powered by J!NX and our official contest rules. Due to legal restrictions, this giveaway is limited to residents of U.S and Canada residents.
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You don’t want to run the snapshots on an existing world if you don’t want to run into chunk errors. There is a known issue with world structures such as Nether Fortresses not transitioning to 1.7 from 1.6, but we will be bringing out a 1.6.3 shortly to fix this.
To get snapshots, open your launcher and press the “New Profile” button. Call it “snapshots” and check the box saying “Enable experimental development snapshots” and save. To switch to the normal version, you can select it in the dropdown at the bottom left corner of the launcher.