Minecraft PE and W10 Edition 0.13.0 now available

You might have noticed your favorite blocky game had a major update today - bringing the version up to 0.13.0. This version is referred to as 'Redstone Update Phase One', bringing the first level of Redstone support to Pocket/Windows 10 Editions.

Pocket Edition 0.13.0 is already live on the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, and Amazon Appstore. The Windows 10 Edition, as always, is a beta available from the Windows Store on Windows 10. Here's the full changelog, courtesy of Mojang:

New Features

  • Redstone Circuits: Redstone Wire, Torch, Lamp, Levers, Buttons, Pressure plates, Tripwires, Trapped Chests and Detector Rails. Craft them all!

  • Cute, fluffy, crop-eating, bunnies

  • Desert temples

  • New types of wooden doors

Removed Features

  • Stonecutter (RIP)

  • Herobrine (RIP)


  • Redstone can be used to control doors, trapdoors, TNT and rails

  • Faster boats with improved handling

  • Increased item tooltip visibility time in Windows 10 Edition Beta

  • Stack count labels now use a bigger and more readable font

  • Slimes and Ghasts now actually spawn!

  • Hunger restored by food items now match the PC version

  • Flowers created by using Bone Meal on Grass now depend on the biome

  • Skeletons now run away from Wolves

  • Obsidian now breaks in 6.5 seconds rather than 3

  • Minecarts now stack on top of each other

  • Boats now stack

  • Beetroot soup now stacks

  • Fixed Curved Rail and Redstone behaviour

  • Improved Slime spawning

  • Block lag should be significantly reduced. Everything should feel more responsive now

  • Updated door textures all over the place

  • Even more Ghast and Slime spawning

Bug fixes

  • Mobs no longer suffocate in carpets (because that was kinda cruel)

  • Held items now look better in first-person mode

  • Loads of other bug fixes that are too boring to go into here

Have you already had a chance to try it out? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Source: Mojang

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November 20, 2015 at 11:42 PM delete

That was quick