Thank you to everyone that has downloaded and given feedback. Your suggestions had a massive effect on Mace and helped me to make this a better application. You are all awesome!
I'd like to highlight several people for significant contributions in terms of suggestions, support and code: Ghostdancer, Commander Keen, jaquadro, coau14, Curufea, Surrogard and Golgrinn.
I learnt a lot from writing Mace and I'll use that knowledge to create new projects in the future. Maybe some of them will be related to Minecraft!
- Robson (27 Dec 2012)
Mace creates a regular MineCraft world with randomly generated cities! Here is an example city:
Updated on 5th September 2012
Mace requires version 4 of the Microsoft .NET Framework. The framework is used by lots of other MineCraft tools, so you might have it already.
Thanks to Ghostdancer, it is now possible to include NPCs in Mace! Please visit his Mobs for Mace thread to read all about it and download the mods. Please ask any questions in that thread.
More information about Mace and the future plans can be found at the Mace project site, which includes answers to Frequently Asked Questions and the complete changelog for all versions.
Thank you to jaquadro for creating the Substrate library, which Mace uses for all the world editing.
Thank you to the NaggingGamers for making this video of a Mace city:
Thank you to XPMineCrafter for making this instruction and demonstration video:
Here are some videos from around the world:
- Denmark: Lukas shows how to use Mace and then looks at the different city themes.
- France: lulucas54 shows how to use Mace and then tours a city.
- France: Ludodarc shows how to use Mace and then tours a few cities.
- France: Aquasyris gives a tour of a city.
- Germany: The guys from CoffeeCorp looking around a city.
- Italy: MasterBoy8000 shows how to run Mace and use one of the worlds on your Minecraft server.
- Poland: grzegorz20471 shows how to use Mace and then tours a city.
- Russia: MrKrikun takes a rather unusual approach to touring a city.
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If you are a teacher and would like a child-friendly version of Mace, just get in contact with me and we'll work something out. Mace is completely free, so there's no charge for this.
Edited by Robson_, 27 December 2012 - 11:28 PM.