Death Swap recreation in Minecraft: Bedrock Edition for 2 – 4 players (will be for up to 8 in the future). This was made in The Nether Update, but it should work on previous versions.
Death Swap is usually used by the youtuber Dream (go check him out!), although I’m not sure who used it originally.
This is a beta version, some bugs are expected.
(still working on the logo)
This is the first version of my recreation of the Death Swap plug in for Minecraft: Bedrock Edition.
How to Play:
Every 5 minutes all players will randomly exchange positions.
When there’s 10 seconds left, a timer will show up.
The goal is to kill every other player, without hurting them directly (PVP is not allowed).
You are not allowed to go to another dimension.
To kill the other players, you need to create traps, and when the timer is about to go off, step on your own trap, this way when the swap happens another random player will be in your trap.
– The setup is kind of complicated (and really dumb), will be fixed in future versions.
– In games with more than 2 players, some players might get teleported to the same position, this is already being worked on.
– A lot of the commands used are “say”, this is kind of annoying and will be set to “tellraw” in the future.
This is a beta version, if you encounter any bugs I’m probably already working on it.
This was created in The Nether Update, but it should work on previous versions.
What you will see after running /function tutorial/page1:
What you will see after running /function players/player1:
What you will see after running /function tutorial/page2:
What you will see after running /function tutorial/page3:
What you will see after running /function game/run:
This message will pop up when 1 minute has passed from the start of the game or from the last swap.
When there’s 10 seconds left, a timer will show up, and then again you will see the “players will swap in 5 minutes” message:
- First version!
- When playing with more than 2 players, some players might get teleported to the same position, this will be fixed.
- The setup will be remade to make it easier (and not so dumb, sorry about that).
- First version!
- The setup will be fixed.
- In games with more than 2 players, some players might get teleported to the same position, this is already being worked on.
A lot of the commands used are “say”, will be changed to “tellraw” in the future
Setup is complicated, will be fixed.
- First version!
- This version uses the command “say” instead of “tellraw”, this will be fixed
- Some scoreboards use “add” instead of “set”, this might cause problems, and it’s already being worked on.
- The setup is long and complicated, in the future there will be a “setup” function.
– First version!
– Some scores use “add” instead of “set”, this can cause problems and will be fixed.
– Some commands use “say” instead of “tellraw”, this is annoying and will be fixed.
– When playing with more than two players, some players might get teleported to the same position, hopefully this will be fixed.
Installation for PC:
- Download the mcpack file.
- Double click it, it should automatically be imported to minecraft.
Installation for Android /iOS:
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Installation on World:
- Once you have downloaded and imported the file, create a new world.
- Scroll down and select Activate Cheats
- On the left side, scroll down to Behavior Packs, then My Packs, then click on the pack you just downloaded, and click Activate.
Usage (if you do this in THIS EXACT order you won’t have to read the tutorial in the game, it’s really annoying but it will be fixed):
- Wait until every players connects to the world, then type /op PlayerName, all players must have commands.
- Type /function tutorial/page1
- Then player 1 needs to type /function players/player1. All players need to do the same with their player number (for example, player 2 should type /function players/player2).
- Then type /function tutorial/page2
- Then type /function tutorial/page3
- Then place the command block and type /function game/run, and set the command block to Repeat and Always Active.