4J's own padware gives us the low-down on the bug-fix Title Update!
- Added an autosave, and the ability to turn autosave off, or set it from 15 minutes up to 2 hours in 15 minute steps.
- Split the sensitivity controls into an in-game sensitivity and an in-menu sensitivity.
- Added an Interface Opacity slider in the settings for plasma screen users.
- Added a gamertag display in splitscreen, and the ability to enable/disable it in the settings.
- Added an option in the settings menu to enable/disable in-game hints.
- Added an option in the settings menu to enable/disable tooltips.
- Added a co-ordinate display to the in-game map.
- Added new sections in the How To Play on Multiplayer, Sharing Screenshots, and What’s New.
- Added a warning message when attempting to place lava near the spawn area.
- Fix for the leaderboard crash when toggling between filters/leaderboards.
- Fix for server disconnect message appearing when offline or in leaderboards.
- Fix for issue where posting a screenshot to Facebook caused a back out to the main menu.
- Fix for clay generation.
- Fix for ‘Awaiting Approval’ showing all the time on some signs.
- Various crafting menu fixes.
- Fix for being able to stand on sugarcane.
- Fix for intermittent crash on saving.
- Fix for duplication bug with the furnace and the dispenser.
- Fix for not being able to place water near the spawn area.
- Fix for intermittent problem on entering the Nether putting the player above the Nether world.
- Fix for frame-rate drop around the edge of the world.
- Fix for intermittent problem where some achievements were not being awarded.
- Fix for graphical issue with stairs.
- Fix for issue with enemies spawning inside a house when they shouldn’t.
- Fix for Zombie Pigmen not being counted for leaderboard scores.
You Are Minecraft Map Available!
It wasn't long ago that the You Are Minecraft project wrapped up, bringing in over 90,000 unique player statues, all built by hand! A number of notable personalities took part, including team members from Mojang (Jeb's model in particular is quite a looker).
All said, the project was an incredible success, bringing in players from across the globe and uniting them in a single goal - to make your player avatar in Minecraft! Now, this amazing map can be yours - want to check it out up close and personal? The download link is below!
Download the map here: Link
Digital Diamond - Minecraft Paintball
Steve peers over a nearby grass block, scanning the horizon for his attacker. He was caught unawares last time, but never again - this time, he was ready. His fingers reflexively clinch at the sound of a snapping twig, slightly crushing the powdered snowball in his hand. He looked around furtively - was it his foe? Seeing nothing, he resumed his dire vigil. Poor Steve never saw it coming; the impact of the incoming snowball was so sudden it knocked him flat on his back, long before he ever heard the sound of snow on his face.
Community member warchicken has come up with a clever, innovative take on a classic old game - paintball! Granted, you play using snowballs instead of paintball guns, but the idea is conceptually identical. Players set up on opposing teams - red and blue, respectively - and get loaded into a pre-made arena on the map, with the system automatically choosing the map to play on based on a number of different factors. Once players are set up, they are equipped with team-colored gear (the removal of which instantly ejects the player - no cheating!), and turned loose on one-another. A hit with a snowball means that player is out!
check it out - click here!