This is a 1:1 scale model of the United States Capitol building built by hand on my Survival MP server by Alizée Fan.
Once again it’s time to go our separate ways and generate new land a world apart…
Here is a super scientific comparison of the land speed of various Minecraft wildlife:
Also, here is a giant hole:
The latest update to Team Fortress 2 added Replays. This allows you to save a recording, much like a SourceTV demo, of your current life on servers that have the feature enabled. What separates this from SourceTV demos, however, is that replays are automatically delivered to the client over HTTP.
Once you save a replay, you can view and edit scenes using the built-in editor. The editor is very simple and easy to use, and allows you to capture the action from any angle and save different takes of the same replay. Once you have a take, you can save it as a video or image sequence with several options for quality. This really simplifies the process for making simple TF2 videos without external programs.
The server-side implementation of replays is very unstable currently, with blocking and crashes, but hopefully that gets fixed soon. Setup requires a web server, which can be local or accessible via FTP, and there are example configs provided that make setup very easy.
Below is my incredible entry to the Saxxy Awards. Obviously there is not a chance this will not win…
So a group of people told me things to draw and I used my amazing skills to art some drawings together. Then I used science to create this:
Here’s the quad-tower mob trap we built in Minecraft. I came up with the design and, with lots of help from two other members, built it over the last week or two.
Scoop was lonely, so we found him some friends.
Scoop is a very special squid and we felt his life was in danger in his original home, so we decided to move him to our new fortress in a remote mountainous region.
TRAINED PROFESSIONALS! DO NOT ATTEMPT!