BlingGravity Bukkit Plugin for Minecraft

Messing with physics in a game is probably one of the best ways to find entertainment after you’ve already grown tired of the game’s base functionality.  BlingGravity, a Bukkit plugin by SethBling, makes use of colored wool to change the way gravity works in controllable zones for Minecraft.




The four colors of wool that affect gravity are green, red, cyan, and magenta.  Their effects are as follows:


  • Green: decreased gravity, as depicted in the screenshot of the slime above.

  • Red: increased gravity, making it almost impossible to jump.

  • Cyan: anti gravity, resulting in every mobile object slowly floating upwards.

  • Magenta: extreme anti gravity, which sends all mobs, players and objects flying upwards with great force.


If you are observant, you may have caught on to this already: each gravity effect works on players, mobs, and items alike, including both dropped and thrown items (arrows, eggs, snowballs, etc.).


There is one known “bug” in this plugin: players cannot change direction mid-jump.  This was disabled in order to also disable the mid-air friction that would ultimately stop a player’s movement.


See this plugin in action in SethBling’s video:


How to Install BlingGravity Plugin for Minecraft


  1. Download the latest version of the BlingGravity plugin.

  2. Place the .zip file from step 1 into your server’s plugins directory.

  3. Run the server and wait for it to fully load.

  4. Restart your Minecraft server or login to your admin account and execute the /reload command.

  5. Run the server again.  The plugin should be properly loaded.


Needless to say, this plugin has endless possibilities for fun and utility.  It can function as an elevator, a trap, a modifier for an arrow’s path, or a utility for minigames.  If you can think of any particularly useful applications of BlingGravity, let us know in the comments below.

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