Minecraft - Star Wars - Battle For Hoth





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Published on Sep 25, 2012

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This is the sequel to "Minecraft - Star Wars - Death Star Run"

Everything in the video has been built by hand using the 1.4 snapshot.
I have tried to re-create the Hoth sequence to the best of my knowledge including some of the highlight scenes from the movie. No special effects or mods have been used..... its all vanilla! The lasers we're created using dispensers firing fire charges.

The set and texture pack featured in this video will be available in my next Adventure map called: ☆ 'Rise of the Empire' ☆. The sequel to my Award winning Minecraft Adventure: ☆ 'Rise of the Rebellion' ➜ http://adf.ly/DLagp ☆. Rated 20/20 by Rsmalec.


Star Wars.com (Around The Web) - "More Minecraft Star Wars? Yes Plz!"

Kotuku - "In December 2011, reader Grahame made one of the coolest Minecraft videos I've ever seen, recreating Star Wars' famous "trench run". He's outdone himself now, though, with this animated rendition of Empire Strikes Back's Battle of Hoth. It took him two months just to build the "set", and six days to film it and get it synced up with the movie soundtrack."

Joystiq - "You can make just about anything in Minecraft -- like the classic Hoth battle scene from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back."

PC Gamer - "Today's most adorable internet thing may well prove to be the storm trooper skins featured in this new video from Paradise Decay, which recreates the Battle of Hoth in Minecraft. Creator Grahame hasn't used any additional mods to support to film, it's all in-game camerawork. The video's helped along by a terrific map, featuring towering AT-ATs, that famous power generator and a warren of rebel tranches."

Curse - "After massive amounts of fan acclaim and nearly 300,000 views, Paradise Decay strikes back with another amazing scene recreation."

ComplexGaming - "In one of the most ambitious Star Wars fan-made homages, this Minecraft recreation of The Battle of Hoth is a thing of nerd beauty. Calling this impressive is a bit of an understatement."

Prima Games - "Normally, we aren't ones to search and find out what players can do with millions of blocks in Minecraft...mainly because we're so busy playing other stuff. But when a YouTube user named ParadiseDecay came up with a new video surrounding the Star Wars universe, we couldn't help but take notice. This user has managed to recreate the Hoth Battle from the Empire Strikes Back using the Minecraft engine -- it's really something else. Though a little crude in spots (it is Minecraft after all), it bears a superb amount of detail and it's interesting to see what Luke Skywalker might've looked like in the Minecraft universe. Those AT-AT's...those must've taken HOURS to build. Nothing short of amazing."

TheForce.net - "Check out the creatively fun video!"

☆☆☆☆ CREDITS: ☆☆☆☆

George Lucas

Fox Entertainment

John Williams

Official Star Wars on YouTube:

Special Thanks to Notch and Mojang for making all this possible.

Special Thanks to ☆ George Lucas ☆ for the inspiration!
He is an idol to myself and my daughter and it would be a dream of ours to meet him one day.

☆☆☆☆ DISCLAIMER: ☆☆☆☆

This is a fan-film only.... It's FREE to view! Copyright infringement is not intended! All links to appropriate parties are in this description. Please buy the original DVD boxsets and support George Lucas (my idol) and Disney for their amazing work! No Money or Profit is made from this video! The soundtrack is from various clips found on YouTube. I did not write the music, nor do I own the exclusive rights to it. All video footage is from the game itself, and was filmed entirely by me.

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