MyCraft returns, and with an extra dimension! Dig into a new full 3D world! 3D world and graphics, easy 1-2-3 map loading and saving, alter the radius of your actions - Dig or place 1 block, or create a colossal 19 block hole or dome using 10 different blocks... All things included in MyCraft! Have fun playing MyCraft! * On start up, the screen will be black. Simply wait and after approximately 10 seconds, the game will begin.

Post tutorial Report RSS MyCraft 3D: Altering the radius

One of the main features in MyCraft 3D was the ability to alter the radius of actions, so here's how!

Posted by on - Basic Level Design/Theory

To alter the radius of actions in MyCraft 3D, you need to:

  1. Find a mouse with a scroll wheel on it.
  2. Launch MyCraft 3D.
  3. Scroll up or down to make the radius larger or smaller.

This is what will happen when the radius is up to 8.50 and you click on a block to destroy it:

This works both ways though, you can also right click to insert a block and get this:

Top Tip: Using the radius to create a huge circle like the second of the two pictures will create a big sphere. Then lowering the radius, for example from 9.50 to 7.50. Now destroy the top centre block and this will create a crater in the sphere but slightly smaller than the actual sphere itself! This makes a cup like shape which can be used for arenas or houses!

Have fun using the radius tool in MyCraft 3D!

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