Redstone Slime Extenders | Tutorial | Minecraft Bedrock Edition (MCBE / MCPE)
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This is a tutorial for making Redsone Slime Extenders for the Bedrock Edition of Minecraft.
This tutorial shows how to make slime block piston extenders to activate redstone signals from far away.
These systems can transfer a redstone signal in any direct and even around corners. Yes! They can transmit redstone signal around corners.
These are very useful for using inside of redstone contraptions, redstone farms and other redstone devices.
They are very simple and just use a sticky piston, slime blocks and a redstone block.
These work for Bedrock Edition and JAVA Edition and are perfect for transmitting redstone signals over long distances without repeaters or redstone dust.
They work under water too. Underwater redstone is very useful to transmit redstone signals under water.
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Minecraft is now known as Minecraft JAVA Edition. Minecraft Pocket Edtion was changed to just Minecraft which runs on the Bedrock Engine. This engine is what runs Minecraft on Console, Xbox, Android, iOS, Windows 10 and other devices. During the "Better Together Minecraft Update" Pocket Edition (MCPE) and the other devices were combined to create what is now know as Minecraft Bedrock Edition (MCBE) or just Minecraft.