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(Java Parity) Custom World generator/Superflat worlds

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    This is my most wanted feature for Bedrock!!!!

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    ANUBISvitor commented
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    Velho e melhor mapa personalizado

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    godjelijah commented
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    I think it is a very useful thing to have when I want to build but want there to be caves and also good for challenges

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    Ollie Cady commented
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    This would be much better as we could choose what the world will be to our exact taste. Addons don’t work or aren’t good enough. A ‘custom’ option when creating a world is needed for bedrock. (Superflat included)

     

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    aspring14 commented
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    Yes!!! I've been really wanting this as the only way for me to do this is to make a world on java and convert it, but even that doesn't work very well...

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    Buffett also should be in bedrock

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    You can kind of do that on console but only if you have the old version.

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    Well Java hasn't had custom worlds in a while, I think we need them back.

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    It would be awesome to make void worlds

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    KidCool1965 commented
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    Bedrock/Windows 10 REALLY needs Super Flat customization! Right now,people who play on Bedrock/Windows 10 are forced to choose a random biome if they want basements or underground tunnels,and that cannot be done in classic Super Flat. 

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    guitarsquatch commented
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    I go back to legacy edition just to play with the different layers and all the things you could mess with. If it was in bedrock I would never go back!

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    I DanRamen I commented
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    I honestly just miss the customizable superflats on the ps4 and xbx1 editions :/

     

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    C. Miner commented
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    We should have the ability to be able to create custom worlds. (I'd personally love to make a world where its ONLY mesa, ice spikes, and mushroom.)

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    Nifty Nemesis commented
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    Wolrd gen on bedrock edition is really boring! All the worlds look like the same world. This happens a bit also with java edition but less noticeable.

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    Ever since the Better Together Update, the console edition of Minecraft started becoming obsolete, and now with the PlayStation 4 having bedrock the console edition is completely obsolete. So adding the option for not only custom superflats and java having the buffet world types, because of console there should also be an option to have different size biomes.

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    SolarisGO commented
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    I am happy that I can still make new custom superflats on the legacy PS4 edition and convert them over to Bedrock but not everyone can so this, and also the conversion does not work for works that are made with lots of layers of TNT.

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    guitarsquatch commented
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    Please, I've been wanting this back desperately! It will improve the quality and the replayability of the entire game

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    Hobbes641 commented
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    PLEASE ADD THIS MOJANG! We need it! It was the most fun feature on legacy console edition! 

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    Bo Dowling commented
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    There are ways to do this via hacking, but it definitely should come as a standard feature.  Especially since Mojang promised that all the console features would become a part of minecraft Bedrock.

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    Chitvan Singh commented
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    I think it might make sense to just edit the legacy super flat generator a bit and put it into the game.

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    LeviJFox6586 commented
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    Flatworld customisation was the way to give minecrafters a challenge on Java and Console edition, and also a lot of people enjoyed having custom grounds for testing redstone, builds etc.

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    Nantano23 commented
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    This was my favorite feature of the console edition. And now this is a long needed feature for bedrock

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    Make the community happy and give them this we need this please

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    Sounds good, especially since console is being fazed out for Bedrock

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    • This should be a feature because every other platform has them 

      Also,Toycat is yes

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    Let’s do it for the players

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    Me743 commented
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    I have the PS3 version of Minecraft and I LOVE the custom superflat option. SOOOOOOOOO many possibilities!!! I have bedrock, too, and I think that custom superflat would be amazing on bedrock.

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    I remember being able to customise super flats on xBox and it was so fun. Please bring it to bedrock

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    XboxGamer1776 commented
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    This would allow for so much more in map making and even though you have the market place this is still one of the biggest features from console edition

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    AcroGH1375 commented
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    Here’s a tip for PS4 players who just switched to Bedrock and want new super flat worlds
    Go back to Editions, create a new custom super flat, and convert it to Bedrock. It’s not the best solution, but it works.