For a while now I’ve used the XPKeeper Bukkit plugin by eccentric_nz on my multiplayer Minecraft worlds to provide some form of “XP banking”.
I’m now in the process of replacing XPKeeper with my own xpbank data pack which I’ve written as a replacement capable of functioning with a vanilla Minecraft server. It’s been an interesting foray into data pack creation as a form of programming within the bounds of the vanilla game.
Myself and another Underbelly tech have been working on recreating Underbelly Cowgate in Minecraft. It’s still a work in progress, but here’s some screenshots: We’ve still got the other half of the building (Beer Belly / Jelly Belly / Belly … Continue reading →
I’ll try and give a bit of info about each, there’s quite a lot to write about though!
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caterpie beedrill as minecraft server
Those of you who use my Minecraft server will know that the server known as “caterpie” was bad. Any more than one person connected, and it would lag to the depths of hell. I’ve replaced it with a 1.7G beast of a server, still running as an Amazon server instance.
I registered a new domain! I’m still in the process of setting the thing up though, but that will become my main website, not quite sure what I’m gonna put there yet, but it’ll probably replace what webspace I had at http://helpmebot.org.uk/~stwalkerster/
Just thought you’d love to hear about a few things I’ve been doing in Minecraft recently!
I decided to make the Google Chrome logo from coloured wool in Minecraft.
I took the Google Chrome Logo:
Reduced it to 32x32px (actually, I initially found a 32x32px image :P):
Applied this GIMP Colour Palette to it to adapt the colours to the wool colours in Minecraft (Image -> Mode -> Indexed, using custom palette – you’ll need to right click the palettes window and import it first): (this is the one I’m actually using, if you use the one above, you’ll end up with this)
Build in Minecraft!
I’m considering building all the major browser’s logos, but I’m having a hard time finding the resources to do just Chrome’s. And Chrome has gone and got itself a new logo in the meantime…
Because I was finding it hard to know what I needed, I also built a spreadsheet. This spreadsheet knows all the requirements for the wool blocks, asks you what you need to complete the project, what you currently have, and goes away and calculates what else you need to gather.
If you want to download it, feel free to. I’ve released it under CC-BY-SA, so do whatever you want with it under the terms of that licence (attribute me and share any changes you make under similar conditions, otherwise do what you want). Details are in the file.