Cathedral Left 2 Minecraft Mod is a game about mining and making a lot of gold. I have not seen the mod yet, but from the few I have played it seems to be going well so far. There are many different versions of the mod for all versions of Minecraft, however there is only 1 “main” version that is the standard one.
The main menu will show what you have to do and where to get the resources you need to build your structure. As usual the game will tell you to mine what is beneath the surface as well. There are many different places to mine, mainly underground where the resources can be found and resell them for a profit. Cathedral Left has a number of miserable objects.
As Cathedral Left is fairly new, there are many people trying to earn some fast cash. They are mostly interested in building Cathedral Sky High, which can be done by using the same mining method but using several upgrades. One of the ways they are earning money though is by selling items that other players need. This can be done by “bartering”, basically giving something away and getting a similar item in return. It is very common in Minecraft, and I am sure that there are similar systems in other games as well.
It’s best to start out by creating something that can be sold. Once you have created a good business, you can go into larger endeavors like colonizing the outer areas of the map. When you become wealthy beyond your wildest dreams, that is when you can hire some help and build a bigger station. After that, you can start working on the outer areas with more advanced structures.
Cathedral Left requires a great deal of strategy to play well. Don’t rush into things, build slowly and think before you act. It can be frustrating at times but once you get used to it the game will just seem easier. In later stages though it gets harder to deal with big tasks at once because they all require moving pieces around, sometimes to the wrong place.
When I was playing Cathedral Left, I was having difficulty getting my resources gathered up fast enough. That combined with the fact that I didn’t know what I should build next and I started to run into some big problems. Luckily, after some time I learned about some great forums where gamers with similar problems discuss them. Some of them offered advice that really helped me. It took a lot of hard work and patience, but in the end it paid off.