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Minecraft Redstone Update Out March 13th: Full List of Updates

Minecraft RedstoneNext week on March 13th (or now if you want to try out the pre-release version of it) will be the date we can all download the new Minecraft update, with a reasonable list of interesting additions.

As well as the usual list of new blocks, bug fixes and general updates, experienced mapmakers will pleasure in the delight of new sensors that create signal outputs in repsonse to varied weights or amounts of sunlight and Capacitor blocks that allows for different signal strengths.

If that all sounds like nonsense to you, check the video below to see what this sort of thing can create, then read the full change log.

  • Added Redstone Comparator (used in Redstone logic)
  • Added Hopper (collects items and moves them to containers)
  • Added Dropper (similar to Dispensers, but always drops the item)
  • Added Activator Rail (activates TNT Minecarts)
  • Added Daylight Sensor
  • Added Trapped Chest
  • Added Weighed Pressure Plate
  • Added Block of Redstone
  • Added Nether Brick (item)
  • Added Nether Quartz and ore
  • Added Block of Quartz, with half blocks and chiseled variants
  • New command: /scoreboard
  • New command: /effect
  • Containers and mobs can have custom names
  • Inventory management has been changed, for example you can drag-place items over slots
  • Texture packs now have separate images for each block and item, and can have animations
  • Nether Quartz Ore now spawns in the Nether
  • Smooth lighting now has three settings (none, minimal, maximum)
  • More detailed death messages
  • Some hostile mobs now are harder in Hard difficulty
  • Many, many, bug fixes
  • Removed Herobrine

Source: PCGamer

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About Ryan Brown

Commonly going by the alias 'Toadsanime' online, Ryan Brown acts as Coin Arcade's editor and primary writer. With an avid interest in various aspects of gaming -- including general gaming, indie gaming, retro gaming and merchandise collecting -- he aspires to build a career in the video game journalism industry. He also writes his own descriptions as if talking about somebody else, apparently.

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