The names of the sets were leaked several weeks ago, but now we can see what they look like. My son was also hoping to see a whither skeleton and a blaze, but Lego has opted for a deceptively cheery-looking ghast, a zombie pigman to do battle with yet another Steve.
This is crazy, Lego is putting out an official Minecraft set!It looks as though all the blocks are just one width, so I wonder how they stay together laterally.Doesn't it look awesome, though? The huge Minecraft - Pocket Edition [$6.99] update which developer Mojang detailed back in October is now available in the App Store. Other changes include new block types, new food and crops, new items like clocks and compasses for Creative and Survival modes, more block types available for use in Creative mode, a more intelligent AI for mobs and the ability to breed animals, and tweaked functionality to how existing blocks and items behave in the game.
We've said this plenty of times before, but as slow as the update road has been for Minecraft - Pocket Edition, it's nice to see that it continues to be updated and fleshed-out to be more along the lines of its PC counterpart. I know it isn't, in fact, I agree that SurvivalCraft is better, and I haven't even played it yet. Kudos for adding the SurvivalCraft link, because as everyone knows it's the far superior option by far at this point. Survival craft Is easier to update and add more things because it doesn't have multiplayer. I'm a developer and ive worked on these types of games; it's not hard at all, you just need to work with 2 code bases (in this case one, since server and client code is shared within the game).


That went right over my dumb head, but I'm assuming you're saying that there are no excuses at this point. There were six in the first run, with a promise that the theme would be expanding in the future.
Among the sets they had on display were the next batch of Minecraft sets, and photographer Anders Lehmann was gracious enough to capture them all in this picture. This time, he’s equipped more exotically with a pumpkin mask and a diamond sword (or a full set of diamond armor, if the Steve coming through the gate is the one that comes with the set).
Also, Mojang has added new textures and colors taken straight from the PC version of Minecraft, improved the draw distance greatly in the mobile version with the ability to adjust it in options to tweak performance on your device, and improved lighting and fog effects. I'm confident that by the end of the decade we'll have something on mobile that's comparable to Minecraft proper (that was a joke… sort of). Keep on doing that until mojang get their fingers out and deliver something that's actually worthy of the pricetag. Any programmer that knows how to share code properly can make features that affect both single player and offline, so youre basically saying the Mojang programmers suck and don't know what theyre doing. It features Steve armed with his pixelated pickaxe, one of those nasty Creepers bent on destroying all his hard work, and a snow golem.
While Redstone is in the mobile version now in a limited capacity, you can't yet make circuits out of the Redstone dust, though it does seem you can power your minecart rails with it.


And, in case you're more impatient for these full-fledged type of features in your crafting adventures, there's always Survivalcraft [$3.99] to fall back on. The thing we needed since day one to make these boring pieces of crap maps more interesting. That’s not such a bad thing, since it means the Fortress should also be relatively cheap.
I still enjoy the official Minecraft - Pocket Edition for what it is though, and have my fingers crossed that more updates like today's will come at an even faster rate in the future. But uno what, how could i even really support minecraft pocket, We gave more then enough money and they've only just started counting us as customers. So maybe now they'll just work on features for us instead of lieing about whats possible and what's not.



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