On Minecraft server 1.14.3, is it better to hide zombies in iron farm, during the night so that villagers can sleep and produce more iron golems? Or would it be better to just leave the zombies to be seen and running around all the time?
I’m using my iron golem farm for afking and my minecraft servers are without any mods. Of course I’m always close enough so the chunks are actually loaded.
My partner and I found a dead village with one lone villager. After cleaning it up and fortifying it, we managed to catch and turn a zombie villager.
All seemed to be going swell… Until the population boom. In a matter of two days, we have more villagers than thought possible.
All beds are filled and there are still many of them standing around at night. There have to be two villagers to a bed at this point.
I created a murder hole with lane and started ‘encouraging’ some nitwits and unemployed in there.
However, every time the population slightly decreases, I start seeing the dreaded hearts once again. Help! I have too many children! What can be done? Minecraft Bedrock 1.14
I want to get Minecraft since it’s on sale. I have a ps4 and a switch.
I’ve tried to look into the version differences but I mostly just got confused. The ps4 is cheaper but I think it can’t crossplay with anything? The switch version is double the price and won’t look as nice but its portable and can do cross play.
Is that version also really buggy?
Please help me make a decision, I feel lost.
So i recently got this problem white unloaded chunks. Sometimes it
happens on land, but it often happens on water. It so bad i cant even
see the ground under me…
Playing on: MSI 1080 TI I7-7700K 8 gig Corsair Ram Everything runs on my SSD
I get the same, they do load after a while but it seems sluggish for sure.
Also my game no longer remembers further away chunks which I previously visited like it used to, which makes screenshots pretty useless as I can’t see very far.
The Minecraft Java Edition in comparison to Bedrock
Java Edition as stated in the title is written in Java. The nature of
Java allows it to run on any platform there is including Windows, Linux
and MacOS and also allows it to be modified and recompiled by people who
want to modify the game using either the MCP or for a better and very open API one can use [Forge](https://files.minecraftforge.net/maven/net/minecraftforge/forge/index_1.13.2.html] . There are also server-side plugins such as Bukkit and Spigot
which allows servers to build a safe and robust community with there
own policies which can be forced with plugins. This gives users the
ability to modify the game however they like making it there own when
the vanilla version ‘gets boring’ or when they want to implement
whatever they want
What Minecraft Bedrock Edition is missing
Bedrock has a lot of potentials, it is, in general, faster and also has
more features than the Java Edition, Vanilla wise. A big problem lies
with modding and platform availability. Platofrm-wise, unlike Minecraft
Java Edition, it is available on:
- Xbox One
- Nintendo Switch
- Gear VR
- Windows Store
it is missing two essential platforms which are Linux and MacOS. Due
to the unavailability of the game in these platoforms, they are missing
an essential part of the people who made Minecraft what it is today, and
also what in my opinion is a big factor of what’s holding Minecraft
Java Edition players from switching to Bedrock edition. I personally
have a lot of friends which play on MacOS or Linux (me included) which
despite wanting to play bedrock edition can’t because my workflow
Minecraft Bedrock Edition is really missing is a good Modding/Scripting
API. Currently, the options offered by Mojang are very limited and
hence many people who like playing with and making complex mods are
being left out. My proposal for fixing such a massive problem is to let
people make the Modding API. The main reason why Minecraft Forge got
so popular is that the community built it which gives a level of
flexibility that can’t just be added by a couple of individuals in three
years. Minecraft Forge was the reason we got mods such as GalacticCraft PixelMon and many other very great mods which is what brought people to the Minecraft Community.
was this app a few years ago with which you could easily host your
singleplayer world to a small number of your friends, but one day it was
discontinued all of a sudden.
started playing Minecraft again after a long time and I want to be able
to start afresh with my friends that I used to play with. Is there any
other way I can go about doing it than buying a realm or paying for a
privately hosted server? I won’t be greedy and ask for ones with high
speed or whatever, I just want something that works.
I’m really trying to study Minecraft from Instant Gaming right now. I saw that Minecraft Master’s Edition is the same price as the standard edition but on Xbox Marketplace. Should I buy this? Or is it risking getting nothing or something I didn’t want?
It feels like a ploy to get me back into MC, because I was actually going to redownload it today, but I just keep seeing Minecraft posts everywhere…
like Baader-Meinhof phenomenon. When something is on your mind you more
easily pick it out of the blur of information you see every day, and it
seems like the frequency you’re seeing it is increasing. I’m not saying
no one has ever shilled Minecraft but this is the same phenomenon that
occurs when you buy a new car, suddenly you see that car everywhere, or
you get into a new TV series, or learn a new word, etc. Again, not
saying no one is/has been shilling the game but give some thought to
whether or not you’re actually seeing it around more or just noticing it more.
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