It makes creating Minecraft AddOns super easy – it's all done online so you don't need to know anything to get started and create your own AddOn. Even if you're experienced, it's convenient to get something running quickly without having to think about things too much. And when you're ready, sharing is all set-up (via links and QR codes).
Your own account which stores your AddOns online
Edit behavior files (with a full list of variables, like our favorite: “behavior.run_around_like_crazy”!)
Edit textures offline or directly through your web browser
Collect badges for different achievements using the website
Share your AddOns via a link, tweet or even QR Code
We’ve got a lot of great things planned, including the ability to remix AddOns, lots more badges and even better file and texture editing.
This is a first release ("beta" if you like). We're interested in getting some feedback from both experienced modders and those that have no idea how to even start.
I have a bug report: the download button for the resource pack works fine, but the Behavior download button just downloads the resource pack as well. I know how to use this just fine but I can only have resource packs from this...
When you download the behavior pack it just download the texturepack file instead. Please fix this this is really easy to use and simple to pick and start editting, the size of the window is a bit small for the text and there a error that keeps reoccurring.
Woow, I created an account and stuff so I start making a resource pack like I wanted to. I search up a texture and it logs me out. I try to log back in but it says I typed the wrong password, so I go and reset my password because maybe I mistyped a letter. I press forgot password and enter my e-mail and it says user does not exist. So I'm like "ok, it probably just didn't register that I made my account. So I go to make a new account with the same e-mail and it says user already exists? Help?
I got a new account with my gmail and it works, but oh gosh it's so hard to figure out how to make a resource pack.