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*When you select the pickaxe, it doesn't physically appear where the user's hands would be.
 
*When you select the pickaxe, it doesn't physically appear where the user's hands would be.
 
 
*When you tap the pickaxe icon when it is highlighted (in use), it will cease to be highlighted and the game is in a no touch mode, where the user cannot manipulate the world. This is so the user doesn't accidentally place a block or delete a block.
 
*When you tap the pickaxe icon when it is highlighted (in use), it will cease to be highlighted and the game is in a no touch mode, where the user cannot manipulate the world. This is so the user doesn't accidentally place a block or delete a block.
*Unlike Minecraft: Pocket Edition, you do not have to touch and hold the block you want to destroy. You simply, as stated before, tap the pickaxe icon and tap the block you want to demolish.
 
 
*The Pickaxe was first introduced in version 1.0.
 
*The Pickaxe was first introduced in version 1.0.
 
*You can destroy mutiple blocks by tapping more than one block at a time. This also goes for building too.
 
*You can destroy mutiple blocks by tapping more than one block at a time. This also goes for building too.

Revision as of 21:49, December 24, 2012

Pickaxe
IMG 0966
Pickaxe icon

Special Feature:

Delete/Destroys blocks

Animated:

Yes

Duration:

Instant

First Appearance:

Version 1.0

The Pickaxe is the delete tool on Eden. It is located at the left of the screen underneath the fire tool. The pickaxe allows the user to delete one or more blocks when he or she taps with one to five fingers at a time on multiple blocks he or she wish to delete. Once the user chooses this option, he or she simply taps on a block and it disappears (along with a "disintegration" sequence). The user can also delete diagonal blocks by targetting the gap between the two blocks facing the user, this is, however extremely difficult. This tool is able to delete every single type of material, with the exception of the indestructible bedrock.

Trivia

  • When you select the pickaxe, it doesn't physically appear where the user's hands would be.
  • When you tap the pickaxe icon when it is highlighted (in use), it will cease to be highlighted and the game is in a no touch mode, where the user cannot manipulate the world. This is so the user doesn't accidentally place a block or delete a block.
  • The Pickaxe was first introduced in version 1.0.
  • You can destroy mutiple blocks by tapping more than one block at a time. This also goes for building too.

Gallery

Tools in Eden - World Builder
PickaxeFireBlock SelectorPaintingJoystickJumpUser Interface
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