The Pretty Scary Update is almost upon us, with just two weeks until our target release date (October 24th). Here is this weeks changelog: Added a new Anvil block for repairing, merging & naming items Added an option for cape-owners to hide their capes ingame Effects given by the Beacon will be less intrusive on

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The Quite Scary Update is nearly upon us, with simply fourteen days until our target discharge date (October 24th). Here's this days changelog:

  • Additional a fresh Anvil block for restoring, merging & naming products
  • Added a choice for cape-owners to cover up their capes ingame
  • Effects distributed by the Beacon will undoubtedly be much less intrusive on the display screen
  • Level-up audio now only has every 5 ranges
  • Even more bugfixes & tweaks!

Set up:

  • Close up Minecraft.
  • Head to Minecraft.jar. You will find this in Home windows at %appdata%/.minecraft/bin.
  • Duplicate your Minecraft.jar document and back it upward somewhere else.
  • Move the freshly downloaded Minecraft.jar in to the /.minecraft/bin folder, replacing the outdated version.
  • Start Minecraft and also have fun!
  • I would suggest backing up your previous Minecraft.jar somewhere to enable you to keep all your current mods. You can certainly do this by simply copying Minecraft.jar and pasting it into another folder.

    * Your client today comes with both client-part and the server-aspect JAR files. The document called minecraft.jar ought to be inside your .minecraft/bin folder simply because usual, and the minecraft_server.jar file ought to be in the folder called .minecraft/server.

    Customer

    https://possessions.minecraft.net/12w41a/minecraft.jar

    Server

    EXE: https://assets.minecraft.net/12w41the/Minecraft_Server.exe

    JAR: https://property.minecraft.net/12w41a/minecraft_server.jar


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    Minecraft is a sandbox video game developed by Mojang Studios. The game was created by Markus "Notch" Persson in the Java programming language. Following several early private testing versions, it was first made public in May 2009 before fully releasing in November 2011, with Notch stepping down and Jens "Jeb" Bergensten taking over development.