An industrious Minecraft fan has created an impressive reproduction of the initial Star Wars doodles in the Bedrock version of the game.
A Minecraft player converted the texture of the clouds in the opening crawl seen in Star Wars. The famous moving text seen at the beginning of each Star Wars movie it’s so iconic that even those who aren’t fans of the franchise can recognize it. George Lucas was inspired by the similar opening crawls that would occur at the beginning of each episode of Flash Gordon Y Buck Rogers.
Everything the player sees in a finished video game is covered in textures. Textures are image files that make what would otherwise be a bunch of shapes look like they are made of wood, fabric, stone, leather, fur, fur, or whatever else the designer desires. no textures, Minecraft the players could not differentiate the blocks. Many players and designers create Minecraft texture packs, which are a collection of files to alter the appearance of all blocks within the game. This could make the otherwise cute and colorful game appear scary and gritty, cute and bright, or whatever else the player wants. The possibilities are endless when it comes to Minecraft and modding.
reddit user number1nathan turned the clouds into the game in the opening of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in the Bedrock edition of Minecraft. It begins just as the actual credits do, with “It is a period of civil war..” However, parts of the text are cut from the clouds themselves, so only “civilization period” is visible from the first sentence. Even with the text missing, the creation of number1nathan is immediately recognizable to Star Wars-inclined Minecraft fans, and the original Reddit post earned a 96% upvote rating. The words can be read by going into creative mode and floating above the clouds, and the hover effect can be recreated at this point by simply flying backwards while looking at the text.
Changing the texture of the clouds to the Star Wars The text is another idea inspired by Minecraft fans. Artists and creators within the Minecraft community has taken a game that already offers countless possibilities, and made that seemingly endless number even greater through mods, texture packs, and experimenting with Minecraftit’s physics. Not to mention that one new idea can lead to many others, so one can expect what fans will come up with after seeing these cloud textures.
Even with the text clipped to the sides, overall this cloud texture is a delightful idea. Perhaps with a bit of refinement, the texture can be fine-tuned to fit all of the text on the screen. Meanwhile, any Star Wars Y Minecraft the fan can enjoy looking up or down at the sky with the familiar tracing text open instead.
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