Bored with Minecraft skins, Minecraft dungeons, and Minecraft bedrock ? No worries we got you covered. In a game that involves blocks, is it possible to build a Minecraft Circle? Yes definitely according to YouTuber Mysticat. And not only is it possible to build a Minecraft circle, but it’s also possible to do so in a vanilla game. In the upcoming articles, we will be covering topics related to Minecraft toys, Minecraft jar, and Minecraft rule 34. Minecraft Nintendo switch is also on our hitlist. How to make a Minecraft server will also be a part of this series.
Mysticat walks us through the process in a tutorial we first saw on Kotaku:
Minecraft functions on a grid system, therefore everything has an angle. There are basically no naturally occurring curves in the game. Great creativity is needed to achieve a circle. Mysticat offers two alternatives in their tutorial. First, they turn to the minecart. Minecarts can be rotated easily. This is an advantage when trying to make a circle. In the other tutorial, Mysticat does some stacking of blocks, rails, and minecarts and manages to get them to spin such that their center forms a circle. This circle exists in that specific set-up.
No Minecraft Skins now its time for Minecraft Circle
For achieving a perfect circle, Mysticat creates a repeating command block. This repeating command block is always active. They add a chain command block as well. These codes help the armor stands how to spawn into a perfect circle. Mysticat further adds a layer of sand to the armor stands so that it can create a sand circle. One more button press, the armor stands all turn in the same direction. This makes Minecraft circle smooth.
After players make the armor stands invisible, players can build with the sand circle. Make a note here that there are still several additional fixes that Mysticat shares. This is to make the circle a flawless addition to a build.
As a future prospect Mysticat sets out to build a 3D Minecraft circle, a Minecraft sphere.