Los addons (también llamados complementos o extensiones) son el primer paso para traer de personalización para todas las ediciones de Minecraft y están soportados oficialmente por Mojang Studios. En la actualidad, los complementos son compatibles sólo en la Bedrock Edition. Permiten a los jugadores a transformar la apariencia de sus mundos y cambiar el comportamiento de las criaturas. They are accomplished by behavior packs. The documentation provided on these pages is officially supported and endorsed. It was provided by the Minecraft development team in order to assist the community.[1]

Historia

Desde el desarrollo temprano de la edicion de Java de Minecraft, ha habido planes para implementar una manera oficial para que los desarrolladores agregar y modificar el contenido en el juego. Estos cambios no se implementaron en esta version, pero si en la version de Bedrock, donde puede accederse a estos, casi siempre acompañados por un paquete de recursos. Estos se pueden conseguir en el Marketplace del juego y de manera extra oficial en paginas externas.

Behavior Packs often occur in combination with Resource Packs and can change the behavior of creatures, blocks, and even the player. In newer versions of the game, new content can also be added without overwriting old content, such as, but possibly not limited to, new blocks, items, biomes, particles, and mobs. There are two types of behavior packs: one type modifies old content (these add-ons are modifications of a few creatures, blocks, or modes of operation, without changing the game goal or character), and one type adds new content (these add-ons change the game by adding new content without overwriting existing content; add-ons can include mini-games, adventure maps, new items, creatures, bosses, and structures).

Add-ons are also often used in maps for the Minecraft Marketplace, as they simply add new Objects and other things. All add-ons needed for the map are automatically downloaded and integrated into the world after purchase when downloading. The add-ons can be used in other maps, but it always depends on whether or not the developer allows this. It is also to be noted that the Marketplace is the only official add-on market, but there are add-on websites that have community-made add-ons by non-Minecraft partner developers, and that those add-ons are not just piracy versions of existing Marketplace packs, but original work.

Guías de referencia

Current Release (1.17.1)
  • Bedrock Edition add-on documentation
  • Bedrock Edition animation documentation
  • Bedrock Edition biomes documentation
  • Bedrock Edition blocks documentation
  • Bedrock Edition entity components documentation
  • Bedrock Edition entity events documentation
  • Bedrock Edition MoLang documentation
  • Bedrock Edition particle documentation
  • Bedrock Edition recipe documentation
  • Bedrock Edition schemas documentation
  • Bedrock Edition scripting documentation
  • Bedrock Edition UI documentation
Beta (beta 1.17.10.23)
  • Bedrock Edition beta add-on documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta biomes documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta blocks documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta features documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta item documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta crafting recipe documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta entity components documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta entity events documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta animation documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta particles documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta schemas documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta scripting documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta MoLang documentation
  • Bedrock Edition beta UI documentation

Tutoriales

  • Tutorials/Bedrock Edition creator guidelines
  • Creating resource packs
  • Creating behavior packs
  • Changing Minecraft entity models

Ver también

  • Data pack
  • Bedrock Functions

Referencias

Enlaces externos

Plantilla:Add-ons

Plantilla:Mods

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