My Minecraft: Pocket Edition Stream

author majestic Dragon23   4 days ago

Watch me play Minecraft: Pocket Edition!

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Skip to 2:21 for the aftermath. I'm back breaking my old TNT ball record this. I was going to provide a download but I accidentally deleted it, sorry :( - Recommended viewing - Minecraft HUGE 295,087 Block Earth Core (Download): Minecraft - Blowing up an NPC village (by Enderman LP): Minecraft: Bomber (1.9 +, PC only) (by PI): Minecraft Skyranger build Time Lapse (by The0IdMan): tollsunited7's 23 ways to troll in Minecraft (the original one) #minecraft #trolling: Minecraft: MORE TNT MOD (35 TNT EXPLOSIVES AND DYNAMITE!) TOO MUCH TNT Mod Showcase (by PopularMMOs): 10 NEW TNT FOR MINECRAFT!! (by Logdotzip): My TNT Ball videos are a response to Mi3kka1S4's videos: "Minecraft - Big Ball o' TNT" and "Minecraft - Even Bigger Ball o' TNT". My videos were intended to portray a realistic aftermath, as the original Big Ball o' TNT aftermaths were fake. This is clearly apparent due to the fact that the aftermath craters in these fake Big Ball o' TNT videos are in the shapes of perfect spheres, which is obviously indicates use of a 3rd party tool to create the holes, such as MCEdit. Furthermore, in the original Big Ball o' TNT videos, the perfectly spherical wholes cut into bedrock, however at no point in the Minecraft development cycle could any amount of TNT destroy bedrock. It is quite apparent that the original Big Ball o' TNT videos were put together using MCEdit. One more point about the Big Ball o' TNT videos. In the aftermath, there is no water in the craters, even though there would definitely be water underground beneath the TNT balls before they explode. Water cannot destroyed by any amount of TNT, but would be removed if the create of the video simply used the spherical erase tool in MCEdit. One more nail in the coffin. The world was generated with Beta 1.7.3 terrain using a mod called "Generator Ports". Single Player Commands and MCEdit were used in the creation of this video.

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In this, my very first minecraft production, I show you the process of starting on skyblock, and eventually building a thriving area for you to live in. This is not a tutorial, nor a let's play. It's a new angle of Skyblock, where you can see the entire creation of skyblock in 11 minutes. I really hope you enjoy this video, as a lot of work went into making this video possible. It includes nearly everything I did in the map, (except cobblestone mining:). I hope to do more minecraft videos in the future, once I get a better microphone, but for now, enjoy. Music by: Approaching nirvana: :Lullaby of Creation :Bangers and Smashed (Extended mix) :No Strings Attached (Edit) Visit their channel for links to where you can download their awesome songs! (And yes, I paid for their songs through iTunes.) No mods used, and no cheats to help with the progress of the map. (This contained about 5 hours and 10 minutes of game-play, and that's not including cobblestone harvesting!) About the too many items mod... It's the CAMERA ACCOUNT that has the _too many items_ mod, NOT THE PLAYER. That mod was used to set the time to day whenever the player account slept in a bed. Because there were two clients on the server, both of them would have had to be in a bed in order for time to change to morning, and because I didn't want to reset the camera angle every single time I slept in a bed, I just used that mod to switch it to day and skip the night. Skipping the night, FYI, would be possible without mods if I was completing this map without a camera account also logged in. I didn't use the mod for ANYTHING apart from skipping the night when I slept. Because of this, the mod did not help me complete the map in ANY WAY that would be different to if I was completing the map alone. If you watched this pretty hardcore, you would have seen the menu flashes in the middle and at the end for 1 frame at a time. PLEASE IGNORE THEM. I know that they are there, and that they shouldn't be, but my movie editing software plays this at 3 fps (due the the fast speed), so these single frame problems would have been completely missed. I will remove them if I make another video, but I'll leave them there, as it takes hours for me to render and upload a video. NO comments, please.

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