September 30th 2020

Get Ready to be Derailed in Jiquor’s Final Event!

The starting area.


We are excited to announce the release of Jiquor’s final event (click here to view), literally two days before he disappears, hardly to ever be heard from again. We’re excited to release a brand new concept that is going to leave you feeling challenged and thrown off the rails…literally.

I first started work on this project back in July alone when I wanted to build something interesting. I found there were not enough cart riding places on GOODBLOX, and I felt I could build an interesting one. So for fourteen days, I built the entire framework with my own two hands (with the exception of the rails and mine carts, but they have some modifications to make it half my work). It was originally set to be a simple cart riding place where you’d go inside a giant red teapot at the end, but then I got Mehrio, our new creative director, aboard to work on scenery pieces and quality detail. In fact, this became such an interesting idea that we decided to make it a future event. So we spent a great deal of time on it with sweat and fury, and now we’re finally ready to release it out to the public this afternoon.

The Teapot photo is by my old friend Malfracture. I miss you, dude.

In this event, you will face a challenge unlike any you’ve seen on GOODBLOX. This unique event takes a classic concept of cart riding places and turns it into an exciting, challenging, and difficult adventure with concepts in cart rides unlike anything you’ve ever seen. There are four items you can obtain from the starting zone to the end of the line. Read more about the following items below:

You can find a Golden Minecart, a Cartspot, a Golden Nugget, and a Warning Sign during this event. The end time for the event is unknown, as it’s Mehrio’s decision now.

Of course, with unique concepts and a deadline we had to meet, there’s prone to be some bugs or annoying spots in the game. You’re going to have to figure out how to move past them, because Jiquor will no longer be available. Mehrio decides when he gets to close the event place as well – my assumption is he’ll close it before Halloween festivities are released to the public.

We can’t wait to see you get thrown off the tracks…or not. Moreover, we can’t wait to see you experiment with these mine carts in hopes to find interesting, limited-time rewards. As always, we put months of work into this, and we’re finally excited to release it after almost three hard months of work.

The giant red teapot you’d reach at the end of the line. Tricky, no?

An official video trailer for the event comes out tomorrow.

Jiquor and Mehrio


  1. They turned cart games into a real thing 😂😂😂

    Comment by Trout — September 30, 2020 @ 2:45 am

  2. We will miss you Jiquor!

    Comment by Devenus — September 30, 2020 @ 4:23 am

  3. Nice

    Comment by coolboy10 — September 30, 2020 @ 5:25 am

  4. Sad to see Jiquor go, but Mehrio was probably my favorite moderator before he was promoted.

    Comment by HammerHead123 — September 30, 2020 @ 5:34 am

  5. So if I read that correctly, Jiquor will be gone after this event? What will happen to Goodblox?

    Comment by GrimJaw — September 30, 2020 @ 5:36 am

  6. Goodbye jiquor…. you will never be missed.

    Comment by hominggunkin — September 30, 2020 @ 6:26 am

  7. dude i want the god dang golden cart ride thing so bad

    Comment by Anthony — September 30, 2020 @ 8:14 am

  8. This post emits high levels of epicness, I approve.

    Comment by urf — September 30, 2020 @ 8:37 am

  9. bye Jiquor 🙁

    Comment by imagination — September 30, 2020 @ 9:48 am

  10. It’s sad to see that an old admin of goodblox has to go, being here since the newest revamp with the id of 395, you’d expect for me to have at least MET jiquor in-game I haven’t (due to complications with my windows 7), but he was a good admin, we’ll miss you jiquor, bye.

    Comment by Findings — September 30, 2020 @ 1:17 pm

  11. bye Jiquor 🙁 u where cool

    Comment by imagination — October 1, 2020 @ 9:23 am

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