You can do a simple creative test to see it.
Build a repeating dropper and travel, count the seconds of your travel and the number of your chunk, then come back to see how much items got dropped
The camera is still normally available in education edition
For bedrock i think you could spawn it with a command but it does nothing as far as i remember
Well in the files it said 2008.
Notch probably just copied it from another game, or from one of his old models.
Or maybe it's just because of a shitty big during development. I mean, when looking into the root files of my old android 2.3.2 phone, I used to find some filed dated to the last century. I tried and noticed that in Android (i think it works on pc too) you could change the date definitively just be changing the phone's date at the time of your save.
Minecraft using all CPU cores would be useful but I think it somehow sets a limit for the PC to not crash as a whole. I mean, if Minecraft gets to use all cores then the game would have access to 100% of CPU ressources, and Minecraft can be sometimes very greedy when it comes to processing ressources, as there is always a way to play which would use more processing and require more work from the CPU, and I'm sure some players when they'll see that Minecraft works well with a certain configuration they'll be like "why not add another addon ? And a better shader ?", which will make them want to use more and more CPU as they will see that the game is "doing well". Wouldn't it imply that some players may get Minecraft to overload the whole CPU and crash their PC instead of overloading only 1 core and just making the game laggy ?
All of my survival worlds are "hardcore" : I play with Hard mode and if I die I just quit the world and delete it. I don't find any fun in dying and coming back to the world, trying to find where you dropped your stuff. Even with beds and updated spawnpoints, I don't feel any taste in playing while knowing that if I die I would still be able to come back and continue my survival.
Adding a "hardcore" mode like in Java would be useless, it's just up to the player to decide if he wants or no to come back to his world after dying.
Do you realise .mcpack files are actually just .zip files but with another extension to make it recognisable by minecraft ?
Just rename the .zip by changing the extension to .mcpack then open it with MCPE and it should work
Microsoft is here just to monitor the general account
I think it's mojang who really manages the linking
You should try to ask mojang support
Porque hay genre que compra en el marketplace de minecraft ?
Traja mcpedl.com, es un sitio donde puedes buscar mods y texturas de buena qualidad