The Devil's Mine Ride! A Minecraft Coaster!

#1 Posted by BlueJester (47 posts) -
#2 Posted by Dahitman (66 posts) -

Honestly this is one of the best minecraft rollercoaster rides I've seen through. Best use of environments, art, statues and redstone mechanics combined into one.

#3 Posted by Cubidog1 (368 posts) -


#4 Posted by BlueJester (47 posts) -

Thank you, guys, so much. It means a lot to me =D

#5 Posted by yyZiggurat (1049 posts) -

That was amazing, BlueJester. What was dropping from the lake creature's mouth?

#6 Posted by BlueJester (47 posts) -

Gibs basically. Raw steaks, spider eyes, red dye, among other things. Hopefully helps sell the idea he just had a nice snack and is barfing up some of the remains. Thanks for the kind words!

#7 Posted by louiedog (2381 posts) -

Great concept and well executed. I really enjoyed that.

#8 Edited by chilibean_3 (1836 posts) -

Nicely done, duder. A lot of really clever stuff going on.

#9 Edited by N7 (3895 posts) -

Wow. That was entirely too crazy for my mindset. But nice job! Fantastic.

#10 Posted by BlueJester (47 posts) -

Thank you, duders!

#11 Posted by Deusx (1940 posts) -

Oh wow that was amazing! Great job duder!

#12 Posted by D_W (1406 posts) -

Oh wow. That was pretty amazing!

#13 Posted by habster3 (3618 posts) -

Glad this thread got resurrected. Nice job, man!

#14 Posted by BlueJester (47 posts) -

Thanks guys! you're all awesome!

#15 Posted by MachoFantastico (5583 posts) -

That was pretty awesome, if only you could build such a coaster in real life :D

#16 Posted by Captain_Felafel (1695 posts) -

That was probably the coolest thing I've seen built in Minecraft yet. Fantastic!

#17 Posted by TheHumanDove (2521 posts) -

It was beautifullllllllllll

#18 Posted by Capum15 (5137 posts) -

Wow, that has to be one of the best Minecraft coasters I've seen. Good job.

#19 Posted by Fearbeard (865 posts) -

Extra credit for the use of Oingo Boingo.

Nicely done. I would never have the patience to put something like this together.

#20 Posted by bombedyermom (342 posts) -

This is art. My mind = fucking BLOWN. As an owner of the 360 version, I wish I could emulate this.

#21 Posted by andandroos (7 posts) -

Literally INSANE! Sooo good!!

#22 Posted by MistaSparkle (2283 posts) -

Damn dude, that was incredible! I don't even want to think about the time you spent getting the timing just right for some of that stuff haha. Excellent job dude :D

#23 Posted by BigDaddy81 (351 posts) -

Goddamn that was awesome! Especially loved the ending!

#24 Posted by papercut (3813 posts) -

Wah?! How did you get to the Nether at the end? Is this real life?

#25 Posted by takayamasama (569 posts) -

It's things like this that are why I love Minecraft, even though I suck at it and have no creative side.

Good job duder, that was amazing. I especially liked the long lava tunnel, got some weird Stargate, space portal feeling from that.

#26 Posted by BlueJester (47 posts) -

Don't even get me started on the timing... That is for sure the most tedious part of the build.

The whole ride takes place in the overworld, The nether stuff is just a facade. If you walk around the corner, there is still exposed stone and dirt! Don't tell anyone!

I totally know what you're talking about. At first, I thought the tunnel would be too long, but the crazy effect it gives made me like it a lot more =D


#27 Posted by BlueJester (47 posts) -

Hey duders! I figure instead of starting a new thread I would just revive my old one. Soooo I have a new video! This video took me about a day to put together. This new video is a Tribute to my fallen Horsey: Sir Snuggles. Damn Cacti...

Lemmie know what you think!

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