Here’s A Fully Functional Stargate In Minecraft

Here’s A Fully Functional Stargate In Minecraft
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We’ve seen many things built in Minecraft, but not all of them are functional. This Stargate actually spins, encodes chevrons and most importantly has a big watery explosion after the critical “Chevron 7 locked!”

SethBling is an extremely talented Minecraft player and YouTuber who has made some amazing creations before, but as a Stargate fan, this one instantly became my favourite. It also marked the exact moment that Minecraft creations surpassed what I could actually understand. (They passed what I could create on my own a long time ago)

Here are some of his other creations:

Piston Sandwave:

Programming clippy into Minecraft:

And because he obviously has excellent taste in games, Cookie Clicker in Minecraft.

Stargate In Minecraft [SethBling] via Reddit

Comments

  • only a matter of time till someone makes that whole process in a few blocks and these replace netherportals.

  • I’m suddenly imagining a procedurally generated Stargate game. Kinda like how Starbound generates worlds based on a seed value made up of the ‘coordinates’, you’d procedurally generate worlds based on 7-length combo of chevrons.

  • What? Minecraft has changed a lot since I last played it, last time I played you could barely make a light, let alone a freakin computer!

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