Video: Minecraft PE 0.10.0 Beta!

http://youtu.be/t4srRq5Iuow

We're back to our YouTube channel with a video review of the Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.10.0 Beta for Android. Enjoy the video!

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new blocks and mobs
October 19, 2014 at 12:07 PM delete

this update reall sucks

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Rico
October 20, 2014 at 12:42 AM delete

Why didnt you show the boats and cool mesa stuff? Otherwise great video :D

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Aussie Creeper
October 20, 2014 at 2:15 AM delete

I don't think boats are being added in this update, it's a shame cos I was really excited when they mentioned boats. They should be in the next update 0.11.0

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Shawn Hall
October 20, 2014 at 4:35 AM delete

What could we expect in build 2?

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Shawn Hall
October 20, 2014 at 4:35 AM delete

Running good on Kyocera rise chunk loading kinda slow

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Shawn Hall
October 20, 2014 at 7:58 AM delete

I found a bug when you place rail down and then try to put the mine cart on it it crashes

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October 21, 2014 at 1:10 AM delete

No boats in the update, and the mesas haven't changed besides ores on the surface.

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Shawn Hall
October 22, 2014 at 10:22 PM delete

I'm just wondering why the betas are just bug fixes how does that make sence are they even adding anything in 0.10.0

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Shawn Hall
October 23, 2014 at 8:29 AM delete

Mcpe beta build 2 is worse still freezes and went back on and spawned somewhere random and died and lost my house location because of it what are these betas accomplishing I have more problems now then before and they don't even add anything

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PIEV9000
October 23, 2014 at 12:05 PM delete

Can you get it on a Kindle Fire HD?

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AwesomelyB
October 29, 2014 at 9:49 AM delete

Have you noticed that this is the first PE update since microsoft bought Mojang? I am just saying...

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DarthG8r
October 31, 2014 at 11:26 PM delete

I actually believe that this sort of "bug fix"/polishing update was planned to be released after 0.9.0 because of how big that update was. Microsoft just happened to purchase Mojang at the time, but this 0.10.0 update was probably planned beforehand. :)

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AwesomelyB
November 1, 2014 at 1:42 AM delete

That is how I usually see it, but for the sake of conspiracies and what fans want to hear, it makes it sound better to blame it on microsoft :p.
I hope that they decide to add something else new, maybe trading with villagers? Those emeralds won't use themselves :).

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Kkpuppylove
November 1, 2014 at 3:00 AM delete

They are trying to find bugs such as the one you found and they took their time to make beta shut up.
NO STUPID REPLIES PLEASE

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DarthG8r
November 2, 2014 at 3:35 AM delete

I see your point, and I hope Microsoft continues the greatness of Minecraft. ;)

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AwesomelyB
November 2, 2014 at 8:33 AM delete

I have no doubt that they will, microsoft has made some of my favorite games (before Minecraft). the real question will be whether or not the fans will justify their decisions. Before being bought out, Mojang was the maker of Minecraft. Mojang was Minecraft, pretty much. Whatever they did was Minecraft, so no one could argue with it. Now, Mojang is part of Microsoft. Therefore, Microsoft is controlling Mojang. This means that if they do anything that the fans don't like, they can get upset, because they can say "this isn't minecraft."

I think it is unfortunate that Mojang was bought out before some major features of Minecraft were finished. For example, Mojang once said they would like to add a social aspect to the game. It is much more likely that if Microsoft does add this feature, it will follow a Microsoft platform, and will feel different and look different. Another was Realms, which recently got a more complete update. I believe that Realms is not done yet and there will be more features, but who knows what it will be.

I apologize for my mini-essay, but I just want to say, there are plenty of reasons to celebrate Microsoft buying minecraft. It is not all bad. One of mine and my brother's biggest complains of minecraft was that Notch kept acting as if it was a small project. He didn't take major opportunities to increase the game (oculus rift, AVG, etc.) these would be fine if it was just your small iphone app that you made in your spare time and didn't want to jump on the bandwagon with all these advancements, but that is not, and really never was, Minecraft. The only reason the fans were fine with it is because Notch was the crafter of Minecraft. But he's gone now, and Microsoft is at the helm. They get to decide how big they want to be and I think it will really release the potential of Minecraft. Even if it seems all downhill, this could be a great future for Minecraft, let's just hope that Microsoft makes the best decisions, and that we can try to justify them.



P.S. Oh and can you imagine what would happen if Apple bought Mojang? Yah I don't want to think about that possibility either...
;)

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DarthG8r
November 4, 2014 at 5:09 AM delete

Your mini-essay [ :) ] brings up many good points. I read about something doing with a social thing in Minecraft with friends and etc., and Microsoft will probably add something like Xbox LIVE too it, which might not be bad, depending on how they design it.

Another thing is that since there has been more hate than like on Microsoft's purchase, everything Microsoft does will be hated unless it is something everybody (yes, everybody!) wants, even if it were earlier planned by Mojang.

Just something to think about! :)

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AwesomelyB
November 4, 2014 at 6:46 AM delete

That's true, and like we've been saying, it all boils down to the fans because the fans are the customers and without customers Microsoft won't get any money! Let's hope Microsoft can manage this, it will be interesting to see what the future brings.


P.S. Something interesting, when you go to Mojang.com and "about" (where they list all the workers at Mojang) it still includes Notch. Kinda odd since he no longer works there...

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DarthG8r
November 4, 2014 at 12:48 PM delete

Yes, and only the fans can tell what the future holds, unless Microsoft wants to really mess up this acquisition of a game with such a large fan-base. Also, about Mojang.com , they probably just want to note that Notch once created this game, or they're just too lazy to fix it and are working on goodies for the game!

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