Help with making custom dimension

Started by nicholashammond2004 on Sat, 06/06/2020 - 23:38

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Help with making custom dimension
Sat, 06/06/2020 - 23:38

I am trying to make something quite simple actually, but I'm not sure how to code it myself nor if MCreator supports this type of dimension. I want to basically create a "superflat" type of dimension with infinite rooms. How I was planning on approaching this was to create many structure variants of the different rooms and string them together randomly 32 blocks apart (as they are 32 blocks). Any way to do this? The custom dimension on MCreator only allows you to use biome presets and such, basically ripping off the existing Minecraft biomes and swapping the terrain blocks.

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Yes, you can do it.  You…
Tue, 06/09/2020 - 00:34

Yes, you can do it. 

You need to import .nbt files (structures) made in a minecraft world with the Structure.

Block https://mcreator.net/wiki/how-make-structure

 

After that, you will want to create a biome in order to make the dimension. Make a biome with no height difrerence between blocks, to be sure it will be flat. Disable the biome spawning ( you will sey it to spawn only in the dimension.)

 

Create the dimension, name it and in the biomes selection, select only the superflat biome you made.

Select the 10000000/10000000 spawnrate structure you made (be sure to make it with air inside, not structure void) and that is pretty much it.