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I got this during the "Christmas" week sale (it's February now) so I got it for $1, and it wasn't even worth the one dollar. I thought this would be a great replacement for the old "Texture Creator Pro" that worked until minecraft 1.5 came along. However, once I got to the app, there were barely any templates (only grass, stone, TNT, and Empty Block) which made it difficult to make a resource pack based on original textures. What's worse, you could only make textures for a fraction of the blocks. The rest you have to BUY!! Why do I need to buy something in an app when I had to buy the app itself?!?! Don't get this. It's worthless. I almost never write reviews, but when I do, it's either really good, or really bad...
I bought this thinking, oh, I'll be able to make my own texture packs now. Nope, you only are able to make certain block textures, you have to pay to get them. When you pay, it costs more than the actual app itself. There are templates that you can use, like stone or grass, but they aren't even a real texture for the real block.I'm guessing this app is fairly new, when I made this, there's only one other review, when I made this, so I wouldn't buy it. If they fix everything, then it might be a decent app. Notice that I said might.
I really like this app. You can design it however you want! But the only thing about it is it’s only for minecraft pc. I spent money on something that I can’t even use and it’s annoying me. Idk if you can hurry up or something but can you please make it for Minecraft pocket edition as well. Then I will give it 5 stars all the way!
For a dollar this is amazing, I have seen some one star reviews but that’s only because they didn’t read the reviews, you can’t just download the app and be able to use the block u created you have to add another app that’s free it’s called mcpe add-ons after you do that u can make your blocks and then add them to your game
I get why people gave it one star: you have to download MCPE Addons first, then you can use it. It successfully downloaded to my Minecraft Pocket Edition after selecting import when saved to MCPE addons, then going on studio, create, create new addon, then I selected the newly made texture pack.
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Block Builder for Minecraft has 59 user reviews.
Block Builder for Minecraft has an average rating of 1.8.
The latest version of Block Builder for Minecraft (1.0.2) was released on Mar 01, 2018.
You can download Block Builder for Minecraft here:.
Create Minecraft resource packs (texture packs) with Block Builder for Minecraft, a professional Minecraft texture pack creation tool. The interface makes it easy to create, modify and export
your texture packs for Minecraft by using premium tools.
With Block Builder for Minecraft, you get more features and tools than anything else out there.
- Drag to draw lines for easy block creation
- Unlimited (Works In Progress) locations
- Undo button to wipe away a mistake
- Create heavy or light noise
- Copy and Paste Function
- Recently used colors are saved for easy access
- Default templates to modify for your own
- Email your creations to anyone!
- Universal app runs on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch
- No Ad's
Download this professional quality Minecraft block builder today!
Have questions or feedback about this App? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear ideas on how to make Block Builder for Minecraft even better.
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This app and Seejaykay LLC are not affiliated with Mojang AB or Notch Development. Mojang AB is the legal creator of Minecraft.
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