Minecraft for Windows 10 Gets New Skins and Basic Redstone Circuits
The official Minecraft game has been recently released for Windows 10 users, but it is still being marked as “Edition Beta: on the Store. Now the game has received a pretty important update, which adds a couple of new features.
The new update allows players to start creating with basic redstone components, explore new desert temples, collect four types of cute, fluffy rabbits, spruce up dwellings with five new door types, download new biome settler character skins and much more. Here’s how the official changelog looks like:
What’s New in Version 0.13.0 Basic Redstone Circuits, including Redstone Wire, the first set of Redstone Producers (Daylight Sensors, Pressure Plates, Tripwire Hooks, and more), and the first set of Redstone Consumers (activator rails, note blocks, TNT, Trapdoors, and more). The rest of the Redstone functionality is right around the corner…stay tuned. Desert Temples! But maybe stay off the roof…can’t say we didn’t warn you. Keep zombies out with Spruce, Birch, Jungle, Acacia, and Dark Oak doors. Cute fluffy crop-eating bunnies! Biome Settlers Pack, with new skins from the Desert, Tundra & Forest.
The game is available for a price of $6.99 along with other inside-app purchase, so if you’re interested, go ahead and download it. And if you’re a Windows Minecraft gamer, here are some other stories that you might be interested in:
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