Tag: Minecraft

Youtuber, ItsZender, has created an amazing custom code for Minecraft. It provides a great rendition of Link himself – green cap, big blue eyes, and all! In addition to this lovely costume, ItsZender included four very exciting equipment pieces: the Hero’s Bow, time bombs, the Master Sword, and Link’s Shield. Each weapon looks just like its Nintendo counterpart, and works nearly the same way…

Minecraft mods have been featured here before, and they have had some awesome effects on people’s games, but these days, Minecraft is getting more and more versatile with the growing power of Command Blocks, blocks that, with the right combinations of in-game codes, can essentially do anything. In this case, downloading a fan-created command block module into your Minecraft world will give you loads of new abilities, letting you become Link in the game without special mods. Logdotzip on YouTube…

Twitter user ThaiKay1 posted an image yesterday of what appears to be Outset Island from The Wind Waker. After a little research, I discovered the original post on the official Minecraft forums. The builder, Russer, clearly put a lot of work into it, as the detail is certainly there. You can even see the flickering torches on each doorway…

Mojang’s massive open-world sandbox game Minecraft and it’s hyperactive community are always overflowing with the most magnificent builds from mining addicts across the globe, and within the pile of cubic rubble are a vast majority of absolutely brilliant replicas – and this Majoras Mask Opening Sequence recreation is one of those dazzling gems. Crafted by YouTube user Slickpacho146 and his team, the cinematic sequence fully…

Ever heard of a game called Minecraft? Sure you have. It’s the game that made its creator, Notch, a millionaire. Recently acquired by Microsoft, Minecraft is the best selling PC game to-date. With an incredible amount of 19 million sales, its no wonder this game is all over the Internet.

I myself have played quite a bit of Minecraft, ever since the game’s release in 2009. However…

Minecraft seems to be getting the Zelda treatment these days! Recently we’ve seen the entire world and programming of The Legend of Zelda recreated in Minecraft, and also a tutorial on how to play the Lost Woods Theme using note blocks. Today, we would like to show you a brand new Minecraft parody brought to you by MinuteMinecraftParodies, who does, well… minute Minecraft parodies!

Done in a comical style, MinuteMinecraftParodies has created an animated short…

There have been a good deal of Zelda related buildings, icons, and maps spotted floating around the Minecraft universe; in this particular bit of fan material though, the plot of nearly every Legend of Zelda game has been packed into a minute long Minecraft-style parody of the series. The video pokes fun at some of the series’ idiosyncrasies and Link’s sleepy tendencies. In the end, Link goes a little haywire and makes some rash decisions.

Ever wanted to create music in Minecraft using note blocks, but didn’t because you had no idea where to start? Never fear, for Fed X Gaming has got your back with a tutorial of how to create Saria’s Song/Lost Woods Theme.

This video shows very clearly and precisely how to create the song using only redstone, redstone repeaters, note blocks, and a button. First, you need to start by building a base platform…

In September of last year, two Zelda fans from New Jersey set out on one of the most ambitious Minecraft projects we’ve ever seen. Working for two nights a week over the last half year, the duo has been diligently rebuilding the original NES Legend of Zelda within Minecraft. One would think this means they merely recreated the massive Hyrule map with Minecraft‘s blocks, but the team is going a step further by programming Minecraft to work exactly as the NES Zelda did. Polygon recently took a tour of the world to see the team’s progress…

Despite having the basic concept of ‘build stuff,’ Minecraft has become a very popular game over the years. Having never played it, there’s probably a lot more to it than I realize, but people all over the world have spent countless hours putting their constructions together. In fact, two people from New Jersey embarked on a project to re-create the entire original 1986 Legend of Zelda map in Minecraft. The project is still under way, but hit the jump to…