check it out guys, i think this picture is amazing. its also big resolution so it will make the perfect desktop background
- Registered Member
Member for 11 years, 2 months, and 24 days
Last active Wed, Jun, 8 2016 22:30:17
- 0 Followers
- 127 Total Posts
- 24 Thanks
Feb 28, 2012mickyboondock posted a message on Snapshot - Pistonless Fully Automatic Iron Ingot Farm | On/Off Switchwow, im glad you all enjoy this, its the most compact ive seen so far, and the only one with a on/off switchPosted in: 1.1 Update Discussion
Feb 28, 2012i got on my computer today to play some minecraft, and my survival world ive had for a couple months was not in minecraft under select world, the folder is still in my saves though, if anyone has the slightest clue how i could fix it, please let me know!!!Posted in: Discussion
Feb 26, 2012mickyboondock posted a message on Snapshot - Pistonless Fully Automatic Iron Ingot Farm | On/Off Switchall villagers need to consider a village is a roof and a door. so i took advantage of it by making this fully automatic iron farm. as long as a iron golom dies of natural causes, a new one will spawn. by eliminating spawn spaces, and containing 15+ villagers in a confined area with a roof, i was able to make a fully automatic iron farm. it even has an on off switch, which works because iron goloms need a 4 high clearance to spawn.Posted in: 1.1 Update Discussion
i hope jeb fixes this, even though it is convenient, it is way over powered. share your thoughts and let me know what you think below.
try it out yourself!
download link - http://www.mediafire.com/?56bd1119q09ifaz
unzip the file and put the folder in your saves.
Feb 14, 2012me and my friends want to get a professionaly hosted server, but want no lag. we would only need a 10 player limit. and we were wondering were to start with a reasonably priced hoster. also, are there any hosters that will update to the snapshots?Posted in: Discussion
i also have some questions.
can you manage the server from your computer, or is it all done by them, meaning i can change the map, and update and stuff? also, how long does it take if they update it themself?
Jan 27, 2012Posted in: ScreenshotsQuote from nathondem
Im loving it :laugh.gif:
Jan 27, 2012Posted in: ScreenshotsQuote from ClassyCats
Nice, I remember the thread from last time, my only advice, take out the window panes, its a tree house after all.
and replace them with what, fences or something. i might. i guess the glass add's a modern look
Jan 25, 2012Posted in: ScreenshotsQuote from Mr_Crayfish
Nice design, I liek it.
thanks man, i was never that good at design though
Jan 25, 2012Posted in: ScreenshotsQuote from Lazaretto
I've been all over youtube and these forums looking for some good examples of roller-coasters and there really isn't any out there.
Could anybody link me some vids to help spur ideas and tricks?
Here's my work in progress:
If anyone wants to test it out here is the download link:
PS:It's better than it looks! :3
i made a roller coaster back awhile ago and it was huge. i have some ideas that you may want to incorperate. make a bunch of drops, by that i dont mean hills, i mean you go off a cliff, and land on another track. maybe have some piston doors that are closed, and then right before you get to it, a detector rail opens it the split second before you would hit the wall, also try doing alot of things with detector rails using lava and stuff, and maybe some jumps, things like that. these are just a few ideas.
Jan 25, 2012Posted in: ScreenshotsQuote from TylerLoveday
Very simple and automated!
Tell me what you think!
I used water and pistons to push them to the middle and when I flip the switch they go back to their 1x5 pens. I know it's really small but it was the easiest way for me to do it.
I saw the idea on youtube from Vegorre and I just loved it.
2 of every color so 32 sheep. It gets you wool fast!
Sorry about the chickens. They are just curious and that is where I keep them. Haha.
how do you get them back in the pens/
Jan 24, 2012Posted in: ScreenshotsQuote from Ixinon
Nice! How long did it take you to make it?
ive had the world about a week, but ive done alot of nether work, caving and other things to, but total, ive probly spent 10 hours building it, alot of trial and error
Jan 24, 2012Posted in: ScreenshotsQuote from Vitalcannon32
Not bad, is there a doorway at the bottom or do you climb up the vines?
there is a ladder on the big tree leading into the sleeping corters
Jan 24, 2012i couldn't figure out how to update my old thread, but ive done alot on my jungle tree house, and it has almost doubled in size in just a day. all of this is done in survival mode with no mods or cheats. hope you enjoy, and if you have any suggestions, let me know. tell me what you think.Posted in: Screenshots
top balcony, with chicken farm on the roof, the eggs drop onto the table in the kitchen
the storage room
i decided to open up the sleeping courters into a balcony to give it more of a treehouse feel, rather than an enclosed area
found a decent place to put my portal rather than the beach
here is an inside view of the kitchen
and here are some different angled views
ive managed to get to the nether and make an xp farm so i can do some nice enchanting, i currently have around 90 or so diamonds from fortune III, and i will be working on my nether base quite alot to.
i hope you all enjoy, tell me what you think along with any suggestions.
- To post a comment, please login.