MINECRAFT 2 HAS NOT BEEN ANNOUNCED. However; would you like to see a sequel? Is there even any need?
This video took a lot of hard work to put-together and although most of the Minecraft footage is from my own copy. I have used material from other sources as well. I've used this additional footage under 'fair use' to illustrate my points by only showing the footage briefly and not in it's entirely, HOWEVER, I still think it's important to recognise the hard work that these people have put into their own projects and credit them accordingly. Therefore, I've complied a list below of my source material, with links to the owners respective channels. I couldn't have made this video in the same way I have without them and they deserve respect and praise for making the videos in the first place.
Credit where credits due:
Official Minecraft Trailer
The home of the official Minecraft YouTube account can be found here. The trailer really captures the core essence of the game, and although, given the huge amount of views you have probably already seen it, it's definitely a trailer worth watching again.
This guy has made some amazing redstone creations. In my video I showed his killer rabbit, his zombie siege game, his firing battleships, his working analogue clock and the redstone mechanics behind his pig slot machine. His work is stunning and his videos are very professionally put together. Go over and check him out here:
A very down-to-earth and interesting channel. Twiistz showcased a redstone smart house that had a working lift which I showed at the beginning of my video. Go check his channel out here:
Makes hilarious Minecraft playthrough's. I used the part of his free falling video in my own. Check him out here:
Makes spooky Minecraft videos, showcasing the best haunted houses and roller coaster rides that people have to offer. Click the link below to check his channel out.
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Has made a stunning 360 degree video showing an giant exploding TNT. He has also created some fantastic structures and has made some very helpful tutorials. Check him out here:
A very professional Minecraft channel who does 'minute builds' and time lapse videos. I used some of the footage of his farm in my video. Check out his channel here:
Has built and unbelievably epic castle that I showed briefly. Check out the full build and time lapse here:
Makes very detailed, very clear tuition videos. His videos are very well constructed and show a lot of his work through excellent camera use - where the camera spins to show all areas of his build whilst the video time lapses. His constructions are very unique and stand-out. Makes sure to check out his channel here:
Shows some of the very best in Minecraft creations and does it through beautifully elegant videos. Check him out here:
I showed an extremely fast time lapse of a laptop he has created. rusplaying turns a lot of small objects into giant works of art. Check out his channel here:
Joshua Harris Baraun (manusha)
The creator of the amazing creepers eye video. To see the video in full check out his channel here.
A hilarious, hard-working and very-well known Youtuber who makes regular family-friendly content. His videos are very creative, and simply wonderful - check out his channel below.