Is this one small? I'm not good with redstone so a picture would be great.
Oh and this is going to be for a custom map that I will be submitting to this. Sometimes there can be up to 40 players so something laggy might not work.
I don't know if anybody else has tried this method, but I use a similar way to the Snow Golem one. Instead of Golems I use an Ocelot and a Creeper both NAMED so they don't despawn. That way it is a bit faster, as the Snow Golems often stand idle for a while. While with the Creeper and Ocelot method, they keep chasing each other and powering the plates more often. Plus, normally that fast a pulse would not activate the lamp in a fast and random manor, but with so many plates and the frequency makes up for that. Hope this helps!
I usually use something like this(sorry I don't have any pictures. ):
Place one block of any sort. I use iron. Place a single Redstone dust on top of it. Putt a torch on each side of the iron block. Place any block on top of the torches. Again, I use iron. Connect redstone dust to one or more of the torches. It should flicker somewhat randomly.
Note that sometimes i have had the contraption start to seem more like a clock than a random flicker. If this happens, rewire the redstone.
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Minecraft PS3 edition kinda sucks. Luckily, I'll be making a mineral oil pc over the summer.