Step Counter 1.7

The plugin counts the amount of steps a player sets and checks it with a command.

  1. Lazinq
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.8
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    • 1.13
    • 1.14
    • 1.15
    Languages Supported:
    English, Dutch
    Plugin Description

    A plugin that registers all the blocks a player move. The player can see how many blocks he moved so far by executing a command. This plugin can be a fun minigame to check who has walk the furthest of your base for example! Enjoy! Add commands at x steps now!

    Plugin Commands | Permissions | Explanation

    /Counter | steps.count | Tells the player the message in config.yml
    /StepCounter Reload | stepcounter.reload | Reloads the plugin


    /Counter | /Steps & /StepsCounter

    Upcoming Update

    You can add a command done by the console or by a player whenever he reaches x steps. - Done

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Recent Updates

  1. Step Counter | UPDATE
  2. Step Counter | UPDATE
  3. Step Counter | UPDATE

Recent Reviews

  1. Binzhirui
    Version: 1.5
    Practical plugin, can I share this plugin on minebbs? I will indicate that you are the original author and let them come here to download
    1. Lazinq
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the review, and yes you can!
  2. notashelf
    Version: 1.2
    Good sir/madam,
    This is one of the most unique plugin ideas I have seen so far, which I would happily implement into my server! I have taken a peek in 1.8 and it works, in fact, flawlessly!

    Excuse me for asking this, but support for versions like 1.15.2 would make me a lot happier and allow me to put this plugin in my server.

    Until then, I present to you those humble 5 stars for your great efforts.
    Keep up the good work!
    1. Lazinq
      Author's Response
      Hey notashelf, I just tested the plugin on 1.15.2 and it works perfectly. Try to add it to your plugins and send me the error if you get one, kind regards!