The History of Minecraft


The History of Minecraft

Markus Persson, also known by Notch, created Minecraft in 2009. Minecraft was originally called Cave Game. This game was unique in that you can't just create structures but you have to also gather resources to build them. This was unusual as most games of the time required players to either gather resources and build, or build but not need to gather resources. Minecraft was also a survival-game. You must survive hostile mobs to explore the vast world. You can also use your resources for new materials that can be used to build structures, last longer, and create more materials.

Minecraft Updates

1.0.0 was the last update that was made after the release. It was the explorer update which added all the features to the base game, including health and other base features.

-The next update, 1.1, added 51 languages, three fictional languages, and spawn eggs for all current animals. Oak leaves have a chance of dropping apples with a half-million percent.

-The next update was 1.2.1. It added the fire charge and the bottle o' enchanting. It also added desert wells and mine shafts.

Version 1.3.1 was the next update. Many things were improved and added to this update. Trading with villagers was one of the new features. Another mode, adventure mode, was also added to the game. The game also included structures such as jungle and desert temples. The game also featured emeralds and desert villages.

The next update was 1.4.2 (The Scary Updating), which added many new features, including the wither, a second boss to this game. Other things it added were the anvil and carrots, potatoes pumpkin pie, carrots on a stick carrot on a stick item frames, flower pots, and the like. It also added the witch, the bat, and the wither skeletons to its mobs.

The Redstone Update was the next update to Minecraft. It was version 1.5. Redstone-related blocks were added and death messages added. Slimes in Minecraft started to spawn at specific times.

The next update was called The Horse Update and was version 1.6. This update added three mobs to the game: the horse, the donkey, and the mule. The game also included many horse- or pet-related items, such as name tags, lead, horse armor, and lead. The splash texts and end credits were also added to the game during this update.

The Update That Changed the World - The 1.7 update lives up to its name. This update introduced 16 colors of stained and glass panes, as well as new biomes and types of trees and new flowers. It also added salmon, clownfish and pufferfish. Although not much was done to the glass, water, portals and other glass blocks could be seen through them after the update. The game now features new biomes such as deep ocean, extreme hills and normal taiga.

-The next update was version 1.8 (The Bountiful Update). This update added granite andesite and diorite as well as all their polished counterparts. It also included sea temples and all their corresponding blocks/mobs.

Microsoft arrives

Microsoft purchased Minecraft from Markus Person (aka Notch), for $2.5 billion in 2014. Many were outraged that Minecraft had been taken from Markus Person (aka Notch) for $2.5 billion. They also worried that Microsoft would destroy the game. But people quickly realized that the changes were not major and that the game would retain its original feel.

- New types of arrows, the tipped and the spectral arrows, were introduced in the 1.9 update (The Combat Update). The effects of the tipped arrows were on them. When someone is hit by them, they inflict an effect on them. Shields were also added to the game. They reduced your movement speed to crouching and made it so that melee damage and all damage dealt by arrows are reduced. You can also combine a banner with your shield and it will dye your shield. A new type of potion, called lingering potions, was also added to the game. It lingers wherever you throw it. A'sweep attack' was added to the game for swords, which can be used to hit multiple enemies. The game now has a slot that allows you to hold items in your left hand. The game's end was also updated, allowing you travel further into it if your ender pearl is present. Igloos were also added to the game. This update also introduced mobs called shulkers, and skeleton horses.

Update 1.10, also known by the Frostburn Update, introduced the auto jump feature. This allows you to automatically jump when you are next to a block. A few new blocks were also added to the game, including magma blocks that could cause injury if you stood on them, nether wart and brick blocks, as well as bone blocks which can be found within bone structures. The game also added three new mobs. These included polar bears and strays. They are skeletons that spawn at snowy locations and inflict slowness using their arrows. The husk is the last mob to be added to the game. It is a variant of the basic zombie, but it spawns in deserts. It is also immune to sunlight and inflicts hunger upon enemies it attacks. After this update, Endermen can now reach the Nether. Depending on their location, roads in villages were also modified.

The Explorer Update was the next update. This update also includes llamas. They are a passive animal that can be tamed. It will spit at its attacker if it is attacked. The woodland mansion, a naturally-generated structure, was another addition. It also added the End City. This can be reached by killing the Ender Dragon.

The World of Color Update was the next update. This was because this update was focused more on adding color to the game. Only two mobs were added. These were the illusioner and the parrot. The parrot naturally spawns within jungle biomes and can be tamed by being fed seeds. The illusioner, a villager mob equipped with a bow-and-arrow, was the second mob to be added to the game. The game update added three blocks with 16 different color options to the game. Concrete, concrete powder, glazed Terracotta were the blocks that were added to the game.

-The Aquatic Update 1.13 was the next update. Many new structures, blocks, and mobs were added. The dolphin, a passive mob that gives speed boosts if you swim close to it, and drowned were two of the new mobs.

-The next update was 1.14 Village and Plillage Update. This update made many changes to villages and added many mobs. The wandering trader and lama, as well as the fox, panda (fox), pillager, ravager, and lama were all added to the game. There were also many utility blocks, including lanterns and scaffolding. These things were not all that were added. The villages were also modified to match the biome in which they are located. The crossbow was another weapon that was added to this game.

Over the next few years, Minecraft will see many more updates. Over the past ten year, Minecraft has seen a lot of changes. Minecraft is an ever-evolving platform with Mojang and Microsoft constantly improving it. You should be on the lookout for creepers!