Tap on the menu button to select among the different options. Some of the options are self-explanatory in-game. But we’ll walk you through how some of the more important features work.
I’d say this is the most essential feature of the mod. Before being able to use the Terrain Editor a region has to be selected. Tap on the “Select Region” button.
To select the first region position tap on the bottom-left red button. A popup window will appear. Press the ON/OFF button underneath “Select your own Position” to get your current coordinations and then press SELECT POSITION.
Walk somewhere else and then tap on the same red button again to select your second position.
Alright, now it’s time to edit the selected region. Menu > Terrain Editor > Then use one of the options, in this example we’ll add add a simple overlay.
Insert the ID and if possible the block data (block data = e.g. if you want birch wood planks, then use block data 2, otherwise you’d get ordinary oak wood planks). Here’s a website where you can find all IDs: http://minecraft-ids.grahamedgecombe.com/
I’ll use ID 12 which equals sand. Then press START. The area will start being filled by the selected block, in this case sand blocks.
You can replace the selected region blocks with any other blocks. Simply insert the current block ID with the one which you want it replaced with. In this case, I selected block ID 4 which equals cobblestone.
Here’s a list of all options which the Terrain Editor include:
– Reset Region.
– Move Region.
– Save Region.
– Replace All.
– Change Grass Color.
This menu offers options which allow for changing the active environment you are working in, such as changing the time of day, deleting mobs, give items IDs, set spawn, teleporting and more.
Use the quick menu to access some of the more basic features.
– Blocks: This option allow you to change the amount of blocks which are placed. By default it’s set to 16. For example, if you no longer want to this feature active simply select “1”
– Random Blocks: Decide a min. and max. number of the height of blocks you randomly want to place.
– Reset Undos.
– Save Template.
– Reset easyBuilding.
– Quit easyBuilding.
Random Blocks in action.
First of all, to use any mod/mods you will need Blocklauncher
or Blocklauncher pro. You can find it on the app store (for kindle and android only).
Step 1 : Download any mod/mods of your choice.
Step 2 : Open Blocklauncher(free/pro).
Step 3 : Click the wrench icon near the top of your screen.
Step 4 : Click the manage ModPE scripts option.
Step 5 : Click the import button.
Step 6 : Click the Local storage button.
Step 7 : Find where the mods that you downloaded went (usually under downloads).
Step 8 : Click the mod that you wish to install.
Step 9 : Enjoy the mod/mods that you installed.