SortaCraft Model Builder
SortaCraft Model Builder!
This was originally intended to be a tool for building naturally-generated structures in SortaCraft, e.g villages, dungeons, and various types of trees.
This model builder features a stripped-down version of the voxel engine found in SortaCraft, and fly-style movement controls.
- Transparent block support
- Better lighting and higher-quality shadows
All textures were drawn by: @UncleSamIs234 , @foodandmoarfood, me, and one more
For the first time, I decided to write my own controls for Threejs.
You move in the direction you look in, e.g look up to move up
W, A, S, D to move
Hold Shift to go faster
Left click to break blocks, and right click to place blocks.
Press E to open your inventory.
Click to lock your pointer, and Escape to exit pointer lock.
Use your mouse to look around.
Due to popular demand, you can now choose between:
Saving and Loading
Click "Save" or "Load" and follow the instructions in the prompts that appear.
Ignore the tall grass - this is a custom block being worked on
makeLight() in console to enter light-building mode
When is sortacraft2 coming?
and d you think it's so good that you're going to get to 1,000 cycles with it?
Link should opens in a different tab so that your user can easily return to the main page. It can be little bit faster. The rest of the project is fantastic. This gonna be the coolest thing I ever saw on repl.it, wow.
@adilskillz Nope. All dynamic!
There's only one light anyway, also you would need to re-bake when modifying the chunk. I am looking into baking lights into the geometry though, see
wait! where'd the AO version go? nuuuuu i was gonna use it
@78JonathanForni It is a secret function. If you can, open your console (Ctrl+Shift+I in Chrome and click "Console" tab) and type in
Now, move around to position the light. When you are satisfied with where the light is, press Enter. You will leave light mode and a new light will be placed.
@MaxitoPlayer It's not meant to imitate minecraft it's meant to help us [me, tussiez and a few others] create a minecraft remake (so yes, I guess it is partially related to a minecraft remake). The fun is really in making it, not playing it.
It's not meant to be a ripoff. It's free, so if you don't like it then just simply don't use it, nothing to lose.