Do you like the crafting grid?

Do you like the crafting grid?

Yes
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No
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I don't know
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I don't care, I build in creative mode
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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by Vapalus » Tue Feb 27, 2018 20:37

I don't know why people are so focused on shaped crafting.
There is so many ways to implement new things in mods.
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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by binshaden » Tue Feb 27, 2018 22:43

I don't really care about the grid, but I don't like the large number of clicks required to craft lots of things at once.
 

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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by RSLRedstonier » Wed Feb 28, 2018 00:52

unified inventory and unified inventory plus really make the crafting grid more enjoyable
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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by Sokomine » Wed Apr 11, 2018 02:34

JTE wrote:Ideally, I would replace the crafting system entirely with a recipe book. You've got ten wood in your inventory, just press a button to turn it into a boat. Or a door. Or a chair.

Selecting the receipe would still be required. And there might be special machines for more complex items.

JTE wrote:Might even turn it into a gameplay element where learning or trading for new recipes is a part of the crafting system and you only know how to make some basic tools to start with. Encourages commerce that way too -- You don't know how to craft something you want? Either buy one from someone else's shop or trade an extra recipe you don't need to someone else who has the one you're looking for.

I'd love to have AdventureTest work that way: Start with a book, visit a village, learn a new craft receipe from a local mob and store it in your book. A bit like craftsmen did travel around and learn in the past.
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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by Fixer » Wed Apr 11, 2018 20:19

Grid also has a problem in minetest game: it serves as additional inventory storage, that is uncool (opens up can of worms).
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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by Byakuren » Wed Apr 11, 2018 20:27

Fixerol wrote:Grid also has a problem in minetest game: it serves as additional inventory storage, that is uncool.

What's wrong with this?
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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by Fixer » Wed Apr 11, 2018 20:46

Byakuren wrote:
Fixerol wrote:Grid also has a problem in minetest game: it serves as additional inventory storage, that is uncool.

What's wrong with this?


It is kinda weird, it combines both storage and crafting, I can't clearly express what is wrong with it from gameplay standpoint tbh, it just feels like extended inventory to me, minecraft approach was better from survival standpoint, they had crafting table where work was performed, in minetest game work is performed inside your bag where you hold things. This is easier, you don't loose anything, and work is performed on the fly, maybe we should explore more ways to craft (aka terraria and other unexplored stuffs).
 

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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by RSLRedstonier » Fri Apr 13, 2018 17:03

Fixerol wrote: minecraft approach was better from survival standpoint, they had crafting table where work was performed, in minetest game work is performed inside your bag where you hold things.

but in minecraft leaving the table drops items it should store them why shouldn't a table be able to have items placed on it?
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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by Fixer » Mon Apr 16, 2018 19:10

Some mc mods provide this functionality.
 

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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by RSLRedstonier » Tue Apr 24, 2018 15:16

Fixerol wrote:Some mc mods provide this functionality.

like the table from tinkers construct
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Re: Do you like the crafting grid?

by Hume2 » Thu Jun 21, 2018 17:05

I think that the crafting could be improved in some aspects. Firstly, I'd like to have more outputs of one recipe. Not in the way that the player would choose the output. The player would receive all these outputs. For example a leaf block could be disassembled to twigs and leaves. It can be currently done by leaving the other outputs in the crafting grid but it would be good if it could be provided in a better way. Secondly, the crafting recipe might require some fuel. For example crafting stuff from iron could require some heat to melt it. This is in fact similar to an alloy furnace.

I like the idea of bigger crafting grids. I invented my own craft recipes for bigger crafting tables. A 4×4 workbench requires 9 3×3 workbenches and a 5×5 workbench requires 16 4×4 workbenches. Getting a 4×4 workbench is not so hard if there is enough wood around you but getting a 5×5 workbench is a bit challenging. I made some tweaks of existing mods to use larger recipes.
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