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Community Roundtable: Combat Update

[ Jun 28, 2015, 9:05 pm ]
  The big news on everyone's mind right now is the 1.9 Combat Update, with a tentative release date around Minecon next week. Still, what exactly is the Combat Update going to change? We already.. Show More


 


The big news on everyone's mind right now is the 1.9 Combat Update, with a tentative release date around Minecon next week. Still, what exactly is the Combat Update going to change? We already know about a lot of things changing in it, but speculation is high about what else might be on the drawing table that hasn't been hinted at, and what already has been revealed is pretty significant news on its own.


 


So, what do you think 1.9 will mean for Minecraft? Any thoughts on unannounced features? Will this finally mark the end of a left-click spamming era? Tell us about it!

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What is Coming in 1.9?

[ Jun 26, 2015, 7:03 pm ]
  Will 1.9 come out at Minecon next week? It just might! Today, we take a look at known features, a few hinted features, and just a handful of speculation about the upcoming Combat Update! A qui.. Show More


 


Will 1.9 come out at Minecon next week? It just might! Today, we take a look at known features, a few hinted features, and just a handful of speculation about the upcoming Combat Update! A quick look at what is coming:


 


ANIMATIONS / ENTITY MODELS


 



  • Might include model changes within the NBT data.

    • Would be implemented via resource packs.



  • Will make better use of code so that map/mod makers can create better/new mobs.

    • Same as the block data changes in 1.8.




<dl>
<dt>BLOCKS</dt>
</dl>

  • New block type.

  • New unknown dark colored block.

    • Cannot be obtained and does not naturally generate.

    • Has a visual effect on the world.

    • Cannot be used in-game, and is a technical block used by Mojang internally to build generated structures



  • Grass Path

    • A 15/16 block tall grass-like “path”. It features a somewhat similar texture to the grass block.



  • New blocks in the End


CAPTIONS / SUBTITLES


 



  • Subtitles which display for each sound for the hard of hearing/deaf.

    • An example would be “Creeper hissing”.

    • Would have < or > to point in the direction this sound is coming from.




<dl>
<dt>GAMEPLAY</dt>
</dl>

  • Added a left hand.

    • Option to play with the left hand as the main hand.

    • The main hand acts as the right hand did previously, while the other hand may equip an item through a new off-hand slot.

      • The off-hand slot is shown by a shield outline in the inventory.

      • While weapons can be equipped in both hands, a weapon may only be used while equipped to the main hand.

      • The other hand is only visible to the player when something is equipped there.

      • The right click action of your off-hand item is used if your main-hand doesn't have its own.

        • For example, if you have a pickaxe in your main hand and a torch in your other hand, right click places the torch.



      • Items in the off hand and the main hand can be swapped by pressing a key, which defaults to F.

      • Some attributes and enchantments will apply to the off-hand item, while others will not.






<dl>
<dt>STRUCTURES</dt>
</dl>

  • A new type of dungeon with new blocks and mobs.

  • Added support to rotate and mirror structures.

  • New generated structures in the End, including a tower-like structure, smaller ground-based structures and other islands


ITEMS


 



  • Quivers

    • Can hold arrows



  • At least 4 new arrow types.

    • The gold colored arrow is the spectral arrow, which is a “utility” rather than being good at hurting.



  • Shields

    • Shown by a black shield outline in the picture.

    • Will be used for blocking instead of a sword.

    • Can be used to attack and defend at the same time.



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Minecon Capes (and 1.9 spoilers); Minecraft Meets LittleBigPlanet, & More

[ Jun 30, 2015, 7:03 pm ]
  Every Minecon, a new cape is given to attendees. The image above shows them chronologically: 2011 Vegas, 2012 Paris, 2013 Orlando, and now, 2015 London! The new cape has a darker greenish-blue.. Show More


 


Every Minecon, a new cape is given to attendees. The image above shows them chronologically: 2011 Vegas, 2012 Paris, 2013 Orlando, and now, 2015 London! The new cape has a darker greenish-blue hue than the 2013 cape, and sports the iron golem's ever-watchful gaze. Expect to see these capes around very soon!


 


As if that wasn't enough, Mojang is releasing a free bundle of skins for both Sony and Microsoft consoles. This pack is extra-special because it features Alex and Steve wearing a selection of smart capes.


The Minecon 2015 Skin Pack will be available for just 15 days from the 1st of July onward. You can get it from Xbox Live Marketplace/PSN, be sure to grab it before it disappears! IT IS A LIMITED TIME PACK!


 


1.9: Still a Lot To Do


 


Even now, 1.9 is seeing changes in development. As one example: quivers were planned to be added in the new update, but were recently pulled.


 



Dinnerbone:


 


This is an example of how non-final the things I've been working on are: I'm removing quivers again. Arrows in off-hand feels more natural.



The amount of arrows held would not change - still a stack, as it has always been - though the bow would prioritize firing arrows in the off-hand before ones stored in the inventory. Having a quiver serve this function was deemed more complicated than necessary, as holding the arrows would take less time than constantly re-arranging them into a quiver, and would provide something of a visual cue on what arrows the player was about to fire, among other things. Will the quiver see a return? Time will tell, even if it technically never saw the light of day.


 


On the other hand, OSX users have reason to rejoice: Johan Bernhardsson - formerly working on Pocket Edition - is now fully devoted to producing the OSX launcher for Minecraft! Expect more news on this soon!


 


LittleBigPlanet Meets PS Minecraft


 


A brand-new mash-up pack featuring Sackboy, Sackgirl OddSock, Toggle, Swoop and many more, is on its way to Minecraft on PlayStation. Mash-up packs are essentially the PlayStation version of a resource pack, letting you change up how the game looks with new skins, textures, music, and more. This one lets you LittleBigPlanet-ify your Minecraft world with resources from Media Molecule’s popular game. It even comes with a pre-built landscape and some catchy tunes taken straight from the game. What more could a Little Big Minecrafter possibly want?


 


Expect the LBP pack to become available July 1st, for £3.29/€3.99!


 



 


Free Updates For All (Consoles)!


 


Free updates? FREE?! Yes - free updates! On July 1st, all console versions of Minecraft will be updated to version 1.17/TU25/CU14 , bringing a heap of exciting tweaks and additions. Here are a few highlights:


 



  • Offended by mountains and caverns? Worry not, strange crafter, because now you have the option to customise your super flat worlds so they’re only as vertical as you desire.

  • New blocks! Oak, Spruce, Birch, and Jungle wood types. Fences, Gates, and Doors! Create the log cabin of your dreams with 1.17/TU25/CU14 .

  • A heap of new game options! Change the game mode, difficulty, time, player spawn position, ambient cave sounds, and weather without leaving your game session. Very handy.

  • Classic crafting! Now console players get to craft items just like their PC buddies on Java Minecraft. Some players find this style of creation more satisfying. Check it out.

  • New stuff! Iron Trapdoors, Inverted Daylight Sensors, Book & Quills, and Stained Glass have arrived. Use them wisely, and for good, please.

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Telltale Games: "We've Got a Minecon Announcement"

[ Jun 29, 2015, 7:03 pm ]
  Late last year, Telltale Games made an announcement about a story-driven Minecraft game, called Story Mode. The announcement wasn't especially detailed, though it did note some important devia.. Show More


 


Late last year, Telltale Games made an announcement about a story-driven Minecraft game, called Story Mode. The announcement wasn't especially detailed, though it did note some important deviations from Minecraft proper - it would not be an expansion of, or directly played from, Minecraft itself - but beyond that, not much else was said. Now, it seems they are ready to share more at Minecon this weekend! What do we know so far about Story Mode?


 



  • Minecraft: Story Mode will be a narrative-driven video game created by Telltale Games. It will be about Minecraft.

  • Mojang is collaborating with Telltale and members of the community to make Minecraft: Story Mode as "Minecrafty" as possible.

  • The first episode will be released some time in 2015, and will be available on Xbox consoles, PlayStation consoles, PC, Mac, iOS, and Android-based devices.

  • Minecraft: Story Mode will be released episodically, just like The Wolf Among Us, The Walking Dead, or the recent Tales from the Borderlands, which is another developer-collaboration series between Telltale Games and Gearbox Software.


Telltale Games has a pretty solid history with story-driven games, though it remains to be seen what story they will tell with Minecraft. What do you think the story will be?

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1.9 Snapshots Starting With Minecon

[ Jul 1, 2015, 9:05 pm ]
  While 1.9 will not be seeing a full release at Minecon, Dinnerbone went on to say that snapshots would begin during (or shortly after) Minecon, something that will likely be a relief to many. .. Show More


 


While 1.9 will not be seeing a full release at Minecon, Dinnerbone went on to say that snapshots would begin during (or shortly after) Minecon, something that will likely be a relief to many. One of the larger complaints by the community has been the inability to test for bugs, but not to worry! Snapshots will be coming very soon.


 


If you are planning to attend Minecon, having your hands on the official guidebook will be really handy! Even if you are not going, it has a wealth of information about the convention, including exhibitors, panelists, and activities, just to name a few!


 


One reason cited with not releasing an entire update at a major convention was a look back to 2011, when Minecraft officially launched as 1.0 on-stage at Vegas. The number of things that could go wrong is fairly high, and it seemed more prudent to make sure 1.9 is the best it can be, and release it that way.

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LittleBigPlanet meets Minecraft! Minecon capes!

[ Jun 30, 2015, 7:03 pm ]
Hello! I bring DLC news for console players. Read on for the info. LittleBigPlanet meets Minecraft! (Playstation editions only) Good news for LittleBigPlanet fans on Sonys consoles! A brand-new mash-.. Show More

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Hello! I bring DLC news for console players. Read on for the info.


LittleBigPlanet meets Minecraft! (Playstation editions only)


Good news for LittleBigPlanet fans on Sonys consoles! A brand-new mash-up pack featuring Sackboy, Sackgirl OddSock, Toggle, Swoop and many more, is on its way to Minecraft on PlayStation.


Mash up packs let you change the way Minecraft looks. This one lets you LittleBigPlanet-ify your Minecraft world with textures, characters and creatures from Media Molecules adorable platformer. It even comes with a pre-build landscape and some catchy tunes taken straight from the game. What more could a Little Big Minecrafter possibly want?


LittleBigPlanet_PS4_Screenshot_4


The LittleBigPlanet Mash-up pack will be available to download from July 1st. Itll cost 3.29/3.99.


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The Minecon 2015 Skin Pack (All console editions)


Even more DLC news for yall! To celebrate the awesomeness that is next weeks Minecon 2015, were releasing a free bundle of skins for both Sony and Microsoft consoles. This pack is extra-special because it features Alex and Steve wearing a selection of smart capes.


The Minecon 2015 Skin Pack will be available for just 15 days from the 1st of July onwards. Download it from Xbox Live Marketplace/PSN while its still hot. Youve got nothing to lose but your bandwidth!


Have a great week, everyone!


Owen – @bopogamel

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Console Minecraft getting flatter, woodier, optionier!

[ Jun 30, 2015, 7:03 pm ]
Everyone loves free updates, right? They make games more fun and cost literally nothing. What wonderful things. Excitingly, one of them is landing on Minecraft tomorrow. On July 1st, all console vers.. Show More

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Everyone loves free updates, right? They make games more fun and cost literally nothing. What wonderful things.


Excitingly, one of them is landing on Minecraft tomorrow. On July 1st, all console versions of Minecraft will be updated to version 1.17/TU25/CU14, bringing a heap of exciting tweaks and additions. Here are a few highlights:



  • Offended by mountains and caverns? Worry not,strange crafter, because now you have the option to customise your super flat worlds so theyre only as vertical as you desire.

  • New blocks! Oak, Spruce, Birch, and Jungle wood types. Fences, Gates, and Doors! Create the log cabin of your dreams with 1.17/TU25/CU14.

  • A heap of new game options! Change the game mode, difficulty, time, player spawn position, ambient cave sounds, and weather without leaving your game session. Very handy.

  • Classic crafting! Now console players get to craft items just like their PC buddies on Java Minecraft. Some players find this style of creation more satisfying. Check it out.

  • New stuff! Iron Trapdoors, Inverted Daylight Sensors, Book & Quills, and Stained Glass have arrived. Use them wisely, and for good, please.


Doors


Download and be merry, crafter folk!

Owen – @bopogamel

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ComputerCraftEdu: Learn Programming in Minecraft!

[ Jul 2, 2015, 7:03 pm ]
  TeacherGaming (team behind MinecraftEdu) and Dan200 (creator of ComputerCraft) bring you a clever new way to learn programming and computational thinking in Minecraft. Players start with a til.. Show More


 


TeacherGaming (team behind MinecraftEdu) and Dan200 (creator of ComputerCraft) bring you a clever new way to learn programming and computational thinking in Minecraft. Players start with a tile-based interface to learn the fundamentals of programming in a fun, accessible environment. From there, you have to find ways to use turtles to automate and extend your usual Minecraft doings (Mining, building, etc). Whether you are completely new to programming or you already have some experience, ComputerCraftEdu is an easy and fun way to learn important real world skills and get creative on a whole new level. Awesome new robot servants AND useful real-life skills? It's like sorcery, but with programming!


 


...okay, programming isn't literally sorcery, but still.


 



 


Do I need to know any programming to play?


No. The idea behind ComputerCraftEdu is to give you an easy start to understanding the structures and logic behind programming. You start by controlling your robot turtle with a remote by giving simple one-step commands. You’ll start actual programming by dragging and dropping commands to a grid area and gradually move to placing those blocks by just using the keyboard and finally to write the actual code with just text.


Do I need some specific version of Minecraft?


Like regular ComputerCraft, ComputerCraftEdu is Forge-based on Minecraft 1.7.10, and therefore requires Forge to work. A 1.8 version is coming in the future, though!


 


If you'd like to learn more about ComputerCraftEdu, and get your hands on some sweet downloads, click here!


 


 

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