A project which allows players to create their own MC2 characters, has been updated with the casting of cast members from Minecraft 1, 2 and 3.
The MC2cast, a mod for Minecraft 1 and 2, allows users to upload their own characters and actors and then have them cast in Minecraft.
The cast has been designed to allow users to create custom characters, and the mod has been developed by a group of former Mojang employees and staff members who had previously worked on Minecraft.
“This is a great way to show support for the people that have been working on Minecraft,” the creator, Michael T. Lillis, told TechRadar.
“We’re excited to see them back in the game, and to help create a brand new experience for the community.”
He added that the cast will be cast in locations ranging from the Mojang offices in Los Angeles to the Mojange headquarters in London.
The original cast of Minecraft 1 had to be removed from the game after it was found to be using exploits to increase performance.
The latest update to Minecraft 1 adds a new feature called the “Misc Character Creation System” which allows users the ability to upload new characters, actors and even buildings from within Minecraft.
Players can then use this new feature to create more than a dozen characters and a handful of actors.
The mod is also available to download on the official Mojang site, and users can cast up to five players at a time.
The update also brings the Minecraft 1 modding API to Minecraft, allowing developers to create characters for the mod.
Mojang previously confirmed that the Minecraft community would be able to create its own characters, but it is not clear whether this will be done in the near future.
The developer also released an update to the Minecraft Forge, adding support for creating mods from scratch, which can be downloaded from the official Minecraft site.