By default, Minecraft is set to the most current version of the game. However, there are times when you may want to change to another version, such as an old alpha or beta version. These steps will explain exactly what you need to do to play such a version.
By default, Minecraft is set to the most current version of the game. However, there are times when you may want to change to another version, such as a weekly snapshot (beta version). These steps will explain exactly what you need to do to play such a snapshot.
Are you suffering from bad performance and low FPS, but you don’t know what to do about it? Then this post may help you out!
Does your minecraft suffer from memory issues? Is it laggy and do you think it’s because of too little RAM being allocated to minecraft? In this tutorial post I’ll show you how to give minecraft more RAM than the standard. Just follow these steps!
In the previous Redstone for beginners tutorial we’ve covered the piston door. But why not lock your room with a passcode? There are many ways in which you can create a passcode for your door, in this tutorial we’ll focus on the lever lock.
Piston doors are probably one of the most popular redstone contraptions. You can make them small and simple, but you can also expand them so you get enormous piston doors. In this post we’ll cover two easy doors: the 1 by 2 and the 2 by 2 door.
The redstone comparator, you’ve all seen it in the redstone menu, but how do you actually use it? The redstone comparator has a couple of functions that will be highlighted in this article. Crafting recipe This is the crafting recipe of the…
Want to level up your block-building experience? Our Minecraft XP guide is here to help you out! Whether you’re looking to make some powerful enchantments or simply keep your high-quality items repaired, we have all the details you need to know to keep things running smoothly!
Forget the cauldrons and incantations, here’s how to instill your gear with a little Minecraft magic!