Have you ever been clueless when it comes to Redstone in Minecraft? Maybe you're experienced and just wanting to learn more. Well, The Redstone Hub is for you! The Redstone Hub is an app where you can learn about redstone by building awesome contraptions. Every tutorial is created to the highest quality to ensure you learn, not just how to build it, but what all the redstone does. They are narrated by MrCrayfish (a big YouTuber with over 350k subscribers and 4 years of experience with redstone), so you know they are going to be the best! Check out all the awesome features below! ▶ Features ◀ - Tons of redstone tutorials for you to learn from! - Shows the exact materials you need to build each contraption! - Filter tutorials based on categories and difficulty! - Sort tutorials by popularity, most recent or alphabetically!
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*Fixed crashes *Improved UI experience and transitions/animations *Added refresh button to homepage *Click on material at tutorial page will open Minecraft wiki with specific material
- Tons of redstone tutorials for you to learn from!
- Shows the exact materials you need to build each contraption!
- Filter tutorials based on categories and difficulty!
- Sort tutorials by popularity, most recent or alphabetically!
- Clicking on material open Minecraft wiki with this material!
Útgefið afD&O Softwares
HöfundarrétturThis app contains content from the game Minecraft, and is copyright of Mojang AB. All rights reserved. The Redstone Hub is not affliated with Mojang AB.
Þróunaraðili erD&O Softwares
Áætluð stærð23,39 MB
AldursflokkunFyrir 3 ára og eldri
FlokkurMenntun > Bækur og uppflettirit
Þetta forrit geturFá aðgang að tengingunni þinni við internetið
UppsetningSæktu þetta forrit eftir að hafa skráð þig inn á Microsoft-reikninginn þinn og settu það upp á allt að tíu Windows 10-tækjum.
Tungumál stuttEnglish (United States)
ViðbótarskilmálarSiðareglur Xbox Live
Leyfisskilmálar The Redstone Hub
The tutorials provided on The Redstone Hub worked at published date of the tutorial. It is possible that game mechanics have changed since then and such tutorials are now broken. Tutorials may also not work every edition of Minecraft, for instance a tutorial created on the PC version of the game might not work on the Pocket Edition. The material count provided for each tutorial is believed to be accurate. If you find it´s wrong, please contact and MrCrayfish will get it updated.