Large scale Minecraft replica of the Boeing B-29 from America.
The B-29 was developed as a high-altitude strategic heavy bomber as an upgrade to the B-17. It was designed with features considered very advanced for its time. These features included the pressurized cockpit and remote controlled weapons. Its armament consisted of as many as 10 Browning M2s and a payload of up to 9 tonnes of explosives.
This replica is armed with:
1. 18 Dispensers loaded with fire charges (64 x 2 each), pointed in various directions.
2. 44 Dispensers loaded with TNT in the first ordinance bay. These dispensers are hooked to a pulser.
3. One "Little Boy" in the second ordinance bay.
NOTE: Dispensers and Stair blocks may face the wrong direction if the schematic is rotated or flipped.
Place on runways, in mid air or over huge mushroom clouds for best effect.
|This is another of Game Breaker's both attractive and useful schematics. My personal preference in Minecraft tends toward useful over pretty and this fits my preferences. As a static display, either in the air or on a runway, this is useful as is with all possible mob spawn spaces either filled with iron bars or well-lit. I have not tried it in Movecraft as the modern aircraft theme does not fit the server I'm building. I did convert the schematic to work with Archimedes' Ships mod, mostly by removing all unnecessary blocks (bye-bye Little Boy and landing gear), changing nearly all the wing, tail, rudder, and upper fuselage to lifting blocks. Since the lift blocks come in colors, I was able to retain the wing markings and such. I had to up the block limit in AS, but it works. Flying it is a little tricky as AS rotates around the center of "mass" of the vehicle - and if you're on the flight deck (or, in my case, the bombardier station with the flight deck removed) you're a long way from the center of "mass". This is a really cool model that is both attractive and very useful. BTW, I did test the bomb bay over an ocean in a standard Minecraft world - bedrock in less than a minute..||
on September 26th, 2014 10:52 AM EST Reply