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Sep 28, 2011haetinger posted a message on 10 bit redstone computer, with basic GPU,game supportNice job. Now comes the creeper infiltrating your invention.Posted in: Redstone Creations
Sep 26, 2011haetinger posted a message on TUTORIAL how to make a mob trap using a spawner. tell me what you think :DI like it, but I guess the sign effect over water is a non-intended one, or bug, which makes the trap itself something temporary, lasting while the bug remains.Posted in: Videos
Sep 10, 2011Posted in: 1.8 Update DiscussionQuote from LHC22
I still can't understand why only some people get to beta test 1.8. I thought that buying Minecraft Beta would allow me to beta test any version until the product is finished.
When Minecraft is finished, it will sell for €20.00.
If you pre-purchase now during beta, you pay just €14.95!
Please note that when you buy the game, you're paying for the game as it is right now!
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Once you've bought the game, it's yours. No DRM.
You are paying to beta test the game as it is right now, not for the right to beta test the packs. That's a different story.
Quote from Consti2tion
if minecraft is in Beta... and everyone who owns the game is essentially 'Beta testing' the game..wouldn't that make the OP and others QA testers... since they are testing the Pre-release builds of the patches.....just sayin. It would make people a lot less confused about the situation.
Truly, you have the right to play the game while it is in beta, however even in beta there are special releases that need to be tested. Testing packs is different from testing games, only some people get to do the first while everyone who has bought Minecraft has the right to play it in beta.
Quote from Metasponge64
Actually, those who bought minecraft NOW would knowlage that they bought a beta game to test it and show any current bugs.
Also, When i played the pre-Release for 1.8, The models weren't buggy for me.
They would test the game as the first were provided to them to test. Provided for us to test is the 1.7.3 Minecraft, not the 1.8. The average user that bought this game would play the 1.7.3, not the 1.8 or its pre-releases, would only do so those who are selected from the whole (or pre-release beta testers).
Sep 10, 2011If they say it was unintended, then it was unintended, do not create conspirational theories about it being intended or something like that. I will not play this pre-release and am going to wait until the final version is released. Those who did this should indeed feel sorry and apologise to Mojang.Posted in: 1.8 Update Discussion
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