TaviRider's World of RedstoneCurrent version: 1.1
Based on Minecraft version: Beta 1.4_01
Gallery of images
How to get it
- Download the .zip file.
- Close Minecraft
- Locate your Minecraft saves folder.
In Windows press Windowskey-R to open the Run dialog, type %appdata% and press Enter. Go into .minecraft/saves.
In MacOS go to ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/saves
In Linux go to ~/.minecraft/saves
- Unzip the contents of the .zip file into the saves directory.
- Launch Minecraft and select Singleplayer. You should now see a new world called TaviRider's World of Redstone. Select it and start exploring!
What is it?
It's a downloadable Minecraft world with extensive redstone examples. It's intended for anyone that uses or wants to use redstone in Minecraft. There's several sections:
- Redstone Basics
- Advanced Redstone Concepts
- Basic Logic Gates
- Advanced Redstone Circuits
- Common Redstone Constructions
- Revamped and expanded clocks section
- Reworked and expanded the redstone basics section
- Expanded the RS NOR Latches and T Flip-Flops
- Count to 8 in binary, vertically
- Input grid
- Dispenser trap
- 7-segment display
- Highly secure entry system
If you like this, please check out my YouTube channel for my
series of videos about Minecraft. Don't forget to subscribe to my channel and like my videos!
You can also see my submissions on Reddit in /r/minecraft and /r/redstone. Please upvote my posts!
Also please go to my GetSatisfaction page and star my bug reports so that Mojang will notice them and fix them.
I can't get a gate or circuit to work in my world.
Make sure you copied it exactly. The way that torches attach to blocks is crucial.
Minecraft can be quirky or buggy. Try closing Minecraft and reopening it.
I still can't get it to work. I think this circuit is wrong.
I've tried my best to build everything correctly, I've tested every circuit, and and asked other redstone experts to review it. Still, I'm sure I've made some mistakes in this world. If you have a specific issue, please let me know so I can fix it in a future version.
Your world is missing something.
I'm sure it is! I have lots of plans for additions, and I'm sure this will only keep growing larger and larger as people invent amazing new things with redstone. If you have a specific suggestion, I'd love to hear it! Please let me know so I can add it in a future version.
There's a better version of this circuit. Why did you include it?
I've intentionally included some obsolete circuits. Often they're easier to understand than more complex but smaller versions.
And sometimes they're not obsolete, just different. A 4x2x3 circuit may be much smaller than a 7x7x1 circuit, but that doesn't help if the space you have to build in is only one block high. Also there may be subtle differences between versions, like how inputs connect, whether the inputs are isolated and how quickly the output becomes valid.
In those rare cases where a circuit is truly obsolete, I'll put a sign next to it saying it's obsolete, indicating which other version is better.
May I use some or all of this world in my project?
Please do! I just ask that you give me credit, the same way I gave credit to Tyken, Minecraftaddict and all the others who helped with this project.
How did you get the world so flat?
It's based upon Tyken's Test world.
How can I contact you?
If it's Minecraft related, the best thing to do is comment on one of my Reddit submissions or send me a private message on Reddit. My username both there and in Minecraft is TaviRider. You can also send me a private message here or post on this thread, but honestly I don't check the Minecraft forums that often.