A Minecraft fan created a clock out of wood: Minecraft is still one of the most popular games, even though it was released more than a decade ago. Minecraft is popular because it is easy to use and has a very complex crafting system that allows players to make art, structures, and Redstone machines.
The creations inside the game are awe-inspiring. But people have also started making things that look like things from the game in the real world.
It was one of the last real-life creations to be shown off, and it had a honeycomb interior and water cooling systems that looked like tubes full of honey. Now, another fantastic creation has shown off.
When one person decided to make fan art of Minecraft’s Steve. Another person did the same thing with a Minecraft item. People were talking about a clock. However, there were no numbers or hands on it. Instead, the clock looked like Minecraft’s handheld clock, which shows the day and night cycle.
The clock made by Reddit user Doctorbread21 took a picture of the clock as it moved slowly from night today on his phone. Unfortunately, the clock was turning in the opposite direction on Reddit. Doctorbread21 told them they had fixed it, so it hung in the opposite direction.
Another person said that the clock was moving too quickly to be real-time. Doctorbread21 said that the watch speed up to make the video more interesting. Finally, one person made fun of the post tag as a “Redstone post.” Even though the clock doesn’t run on Redstone, it is still an impressive machine.
Doctorbread21 shows an exciting mix of real-world machines and the Redstone creations of Minecraft. Even though no Minecraft creation can compare to the complexity of, say, a real-life jet plane or a complex computer program, people often wonder if the people who made these machines are engineers.
Doctorbread21 and their Minecraft clock are in the middle, which connects the natural world and the game.
Minecraft keeps adding new features, and the creations of its users keep getting more complicated and more beautiful. For example, in Minecraft, a university is holding its entrance ceremony. This means that the game’s functions keep growing like its popularity keeps inspiring game creators like Doctorbread21 to make more.
Minecraft is now available on mobile, PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One. But, of course, you can also play it on Xbox One and PS4.