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Minecraft Creeper Nightclub

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Published on Jun 9, 2011

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Club Creeper 2.0, my second vid on the finished version of it. I took down the previous video due to it sucking as a result of being my first ever video. I would of narrated part of this, but my headset has decided it no longer likes my computer. x.x

Anywho, I recently came across the designs for a noteblock beatbox and decided it would be perfect to build a club around. the beat machine is a very neat piece of redstone work that is capable of far more beats then I showed in the video, my club really needs a proper DJ.

I'm not a fan of the fancy editing that many MC club videos use to make it look like buttons work. I really wanted to make as much of the clubs effects (whats a night club with out pyrotechnics and strobe lights after all?) practical as possible. The end result is what you see above, tunnels and access pathways snake along the entire clubs walls floor and roof hiding the circuits that operate the strobe lights on the walls, the floors and everything else. Now all I need is someone to release a fog machine mod.

The most recent addition were the two Creeper mosh pits on the left and right wall. It uses the controller block mod and four creeper mob spawners so that you can drop as many creepers into the rooms as you want. They are completely harmless behind the glass, water was only added to the floor in an effort to make them "dance"(read: jump). It is a party after all =D

I have a vague idea to add a similar design to the clubs roof, so that on activation it will rain creepers down onto the dance floor. Let me know what you think of the idea, or any other ideas you have to add to the club. I'm always looking for new things to build.

  • Game

  • Category

  • License

    • Standard YouTube License
  • Music

  • Song

    • Weekend!
  • Artist

    • Scooter
  • Album

    • Live in Hamburg
  • Writers

    • H.P. Baxxter, Mike Dierickx, Gerard Koerts, Jay Frog, Rick J. Jordan, Jens Thele
  • Licensed by

    • XelonEntertainment, Kontor Records (on behalf of Central Station Records); EMI Music Publishing, CMRRA, UBEM, Warner Chappell, ASCAP, and 16 Music Rights Societies

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