Wednesday, February 2, 2011

How to Use Invedit in Minecraft

I play Minecraft multiplayer only these days so I can just use commands to spawn items, however, for those of you that play single player I had Tormented Ghost write up a guide on how to use Invedit; it is a program that spawns items for you allowing you to focus on building and not on gathering. Here is his guide, if it leaves any questions unanswered you can read the instructions on the download page or ask in the comments.

"To download Invedit click here.

This is the beginning screen to Invedit, basic and understandable. All you gotta do is open your world.
And it opens a grid the size of your inventory.
Then grab something from the right bar, and drag it into one of the squares. You can put armor right into their squares.
You can adjust the count and how much damage it has ( you can go negative)
Max Count: 255
Minimum damage -32657
Then you save back to the world via the save button and open Minecraft. It may look like you only have one of an item but you actually have 255. And with all that you get:
This world is going to be the start of a sort of lets build just comment ideas of something for me to build and I will try and build it and take screen shots after a while (when I get bored) I will make some sort of competition and give the world away."

There you go, Tormented Ghost's guide to Invedit.

26 comments:

  1. im going to try this thats sweet

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  2. Thanks for yes another great guide.

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  3. Thanx man, sweet guide.

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  4. Nice, it's gonna make work much faster!

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  5. thanks for the guide!

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  6. I should start playing Minecraft

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  7. thanks for sharing. had an idea this existed but had no idea what it was called.

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  8. damn that explains some of the crazy minecraft shit iv seen

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  9. Whaaaat? I'm about to try this next time I play Minecraft. Not sure when that's gonna be though lol

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  11. Thank you for the awesome guide i love this game :D

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  12. I need to give it a try. Thanks bro.

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  13. i will try it thanks

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  15. pretty cool guide, if/when i start playing i'll use this.

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