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Jun 27, 2017DaveTheModder posted a message on When starting up forge it says "The version you are trying to play inherits properties from an unknown version"Posted in: Java Edition Support
Jun 20, 2017DaveTheModder posted a message on please port the better together update to linux and macOSPosted in: MCPE: Suggestions
look here, there's one for Mac too https://feedback.minecraft.net/forums/355914-minecraft-general/suggestions/18987103-support-linux-on-bedrock-engine
May 29, 2017Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Leave your ideas for metals and their uses.
May 27, 2017Posted in: Java Edition Support
Take a look at the solutions to this: http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/support/unmodified-minecraft-client/2626897-minecraft-1-9-solved-failed-to-write-core-dump
May 19, 2017Posted in: Minecraft Mods
woopdedoo, I updated it
Jul 26, 2016Posted in: Customised Worlds
How is this overpowered? The only thing that might be seen as such is the increase in dungeon count to 100, and that only makes them about 5 times more common than they were back in 1.6.4 (since then they doubled the y-range they generate over, with nearly all dungeons still generating below normal sea level even in worlds with deeper ground, and caves are less common), and offset a lack of easy-to-find villages or temples (I believe that you don't get the deserts that border mesas in an all-mesa world?). They even made it harder to find gold ore in deeper caves (caves are more common near bedrock, somewhat offset by surface mineshafts) by increasing the max to 100, while mesas already have 20 veins of gold between layers 32-79; if you want the same density of gold ore over the entire range from 0-79 you'd want to increase the count of normal gold from 2 to 13 (a total of 33 veins per chunk, making it 1.33 times more common than iron within the latter's range and 1.65 times in chunks that are stone up to y=79), and more gold won't really help you that much unless you want to build with gold blocks (Notch apples are no longer craftable, and besides, you could make a gold farm, probably one reason why they removed their crafting recipe).
What I meant was that the ocean was all lava, but maybe I misused the word overpowered XD
I meant to say that the terrain was a bit... harsh, to say the least
Jul 22, 2016DaveTheModder posted a message on Parzi's Star Wars Mod is now Galaxies: Parzi's Star Wars Mod!Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Wow. Just wow.
I am a huge Star Wars fan, and this is "fan"tastic.
I'm so sorry. XD
Would be great to see an update for 1.8+
Jul 22, 2016DaveTheModder posted a message on GeographiCraft - Stop chunk walls, control size and frequencies of climate zones, oceans, land, and biomes, and morePosted in: Minecraft Mods
Wow. Love this idea. I always thought that deserts next to jungles looked a bit odd....
Jul 21, 2016Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Remember to share feedback and ideas for new metals and their uses!
Jul 21, 2016Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Metal++ is a mod about new metals in Minecraft, as you may have guessed.
I understand that most of these have been in other mods, but I'm not stealing ideas, just implementing them in different ways.
- Uranium furnace, smelts 2x faster than normal furnace.
- Removed copper coins.
- Uranium blocks are powered by redstone to be made radioactive.
- Tin and Copper ores generate underground in the Overworld.
- Bronze tools and armor can be crafted from Bronze Ingots, which is made by crafting Copper Ingots and Tin Ingots together.
- Titanium can be found in the End, and is used to make tools and armor.
- Uranium can be found in the Nether, and is used to make radioactive Uranium Blocks.
- Copper coins, crafted from Copper Ingots. (currently unused)
- More metals, which possibly include but are not limited to silver, steel, aluminum, tungsten, nickel, platinum, and brass.
- Uranium TNT?
Remember to leave feedback and suggestions, and enjoy the mod!
Jun 14, 2016Posted in: Java Edition Support
Just check marking the box won't do anything. If you have an alternate place for Minecraft data to be placed, you would need to enter the path to that directory in the spot in the edit profile thing.
To make it user global, put the new Minecraft folder in the "C:\" folder, as it needs to be global for multiple users to access it.
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