Collection of the best Minecraft Add-Ons!• All Add-Ons fully tested and repackaged as needed.• Compilation of the best and unique Add-Ons available.• Constantly updated with more items.With the new update, it is also so much more!• Create new Add-Ons using resource and behavior packs.• Tweak Add-Ons by modifying JSON properties and reordering packages.• Import packages from external sources with automated error fixes.What is an Add-On?Available on newer versions of Minecraft is a new feature called Add-Ons. Using Add-Ons, you can transform the worlds, and modify the mob behaviors and properties, essentially creating new kind of games.Can I list my Add-On on your app?Yes! Please send us the Add-On using the instruction provided in the app. We will include a link to your Add-On page and honor the download ads URL if you have any.Disclaimer: This is a third party app. We are not affiliated with Mojang AB.
Get your own back on THE TWITS! In 3D for the first time ever! Poke Mrs Twit's glass eye, feed Mr Twit worms and play tricks to unlock mini games. Beware! Don't make the Twits too mad or things could get ugly – well, uglier . . . Explore the Twits’ house, including the filthy kitchen, Mr Twit’s shed and even the ghastly bathroom. YUCK! PLUS there are loads of secret ways to score Trick Points but you’ll have to find those for yourself . . . • Choose to play as Mr Twit or Mrs Twit• Discover multiple games in every room!• Listen out for Mystery Parcels with extra tricks!• Cook a disgusting dinner – spaghetti and worms, anyone?• Sprinkle itching powder on the toilet seat!• Hilarious fun for children aged 6–11 (and big twits too)• No in-app purchases so you can keep on tricking for as long as you want• No third-party advertising Artwork inspired by Quentin Blake rendered in 3D for the first time in the latest app inspired by Roald Dahl’s funniest characters, the Twits! Looking for more fun inspired by Roald Dahl? Try the #1 app Roald Dahl’s Twit or Miss and get the Roald Dahl Audiobooks app to hear your favourite stories read by some very famous voices, including Kate Winslet, Stephen Fry and Chris O’Dowd. Who is Roald Dahl? Sitting in a hut at the bottom of his garden and surrounded by odd bits and pieces such as a suitcase (used as a footrest), his own hipbone (which he’d had replaced) and a heavy ball of metal foil (made from years’ worth of chocolate wrappers), Roald Dahl wrote some of the world’s best-loved stories, includingCharlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Twits, The Witches, The BFG, Fantastic Mr Fox, James and the Giant Peach and lots more.If you experience any technical issues with this app please get in touch. We are happy to help. Contact us at email@example.com
Putting history in your hand - the BBC''''s first ever Augmented Reality app ''''Civilisations AR'''' brings art and culture direct to you from across the world.
Discover the secrets of ancient Egypt, reveal hidden layers beneath Renaissance masterpieces and learn more about the origins of these cultural treasures and the people who made them.
Treasures to be found include an ancient Egyptian mummy from the Torquay Museum, Rodin''''s The Kiss from the National Museum of Wales, iconic sculptures from Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth and masterpieces by Tintoretto, Bellini and Turner.
This personal, virtual collection contains over 30 historic artefacts. It is curated by the BBC with contributions from across the UK''''s heritage sector and is developed in collaboration with Nexus Studios (https://nexusstudios.com)
This free AR App forms part of a major collaboration between the BBC, Nexus Studios and more than 30 museums from across the UK to mark the launch of the new landmark arts and culture series, Civilisations.
Please treat these cultural treasures with respect when enjoying and sharing this AR experience.
Bring realistic, to-scale artefacts from History into your own home using cutting edge Augmented Reality technology.
Move, scale and rotate the collection, allowing you to become the explorer.
Use the magic Spotlight to reveal audio guides and special features.
Use the X-Ray feature to discover history''''s secrets hidden within - see inside a sarcophagus or what lies beneath a painting.
Rub through the layers of history with Restore, bringing lustre to a Greek Corinthian helmet or colour to a faded Roman Cockerel statuette and find out what they looked like when new.
Translate hieroglyphics from the British Museum''''s iconic Rosetta Stone.
Navigate the collection geographically in AR, using an AR globe or via the curated themes.
Take and share photos of the objects in your home, garden or school.
Advanced AR features are supported on: iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPad Pro, iPad (2017), iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, iPhone X.
1. Be Safe
When you''''re using the Civilisations AR experience, please make sure that you are in a safe environment. Don''''t use the AR experience while walking or driving and be aware of your surroundings! Wait a little bit before starting activities that require you to focus.
Children may start playing without taking time to think about relevant safety requirements and when they get excited they often forget to be aware of obstacles and hazards in their surroundings. Therefore an adult needs to be present to ensure that children are safe when using the Civilisations AR experience.
Also, don''''t use the Civilisations AR experience if you have a medical condition that may affect you when using it or if you consumed anything that may affect your balance. In any case, stop using the AR experience immediately if you feel nausea, dizziness or any disorientation.
The AR experience uses online identifiers to provide the BBC with general statistics.
The Civilisations AR experience is for your personal, non-business use only. No commercial use of the app or any content made available within is permitted.
The terms of the handset that you are using for the app and the App Store also apply.
The Civilisations AR experience is published by BBC Media AT (BBC Media Applications Technologies Limited), which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation).
Full details of BBC Media AT are available on the Companies House website at: http://data.companieshouse.gov.uk/doc/company/07100235
Only works on iPhone XIllusion of depth by 3D head tracking using ARKit and iPhone X. For best results, only one eye should be open (the app allows selecting which eye to track, or can try to select eye automatically)By tracking the users head orientation and position, the eye position in 3D can be found. The app can then render a correct view on the display as seen from that position. For rendering this view an off-axis projection (non-symmetric camera frustum) is used. This gives the illusion that objects appear in front of and behind the screen.