This update has been in the works for months now, and I'm happy to finally release it all to the public. In our attempt to keep our server realistic, we're keeping as much weather true to real life as we can. I will go over what weather we've added to the server:
Hurricanes, tropical storms, typhoons, etc. can all be found on MCATLAS where they exist in real life.
If you're near one, it'll toss you around, and you could lose items in your inventory! If you get into the eye of the storm (which is no easy task), you will win a prize.
We're looking to push the boundaries of what is currently possible within the game and offer a unique gamemode which has never been seen in Minecraft until now. Welcome to Steve Cinema.
Steve Cinema will allow you to watch videos from services such as YouTube, Twitch, SoundCloud (for music), and more.
Everyone is in a hand built map with theater rooms scattered around. You can walk into a theater room and request any video to play. Videos are synchronized between clients. Everyone sees the same thing on the screen at the same time.
On July 1st, 2019, we launched MCATLAS to the public. To celebrate 2 years since then, we're launching another Powder Hunt (but with some changes)!
Powders are particle effects and noteblock songs which you can play anywhere. You will be given clues to figure out where these Powders are, and once you find the location of the clue, you win a Powder!
You will know you have found a clue if you find this
Clues are generally located in semi-hidden locations near where the clue describes. The clues are themed around MCATLAS history, and will refer to player builds, abandoned Towns, and current Towns.
If you type /clues, you will see a menu that shows what clues you have found, what clues you can find, and how many clues are left. Hover over a clue to see its hint. Clues will additionally inform...
I am pleased to introduce you all to KeyBoi - developed by @ianfreakingb
How to use
Using KeyBoi is straight-forward and simple.
KeyBoi consists of two parts: a padlock and a key.
A padlock is a special sign that a player may attach to a lockable block. Lockable blocks include chests, barrels, doors (wood and iron), trapdoors (wood and iron), and gates. Each padlock supports only one key at a time.
A key is an item that can unlock the padlock. Any item or block may become a key. Keys may be used to open many doors, chests, etc.
Creating a key
Place any item you want to make into a key in your main hand.