Bugs. More bugs. They are everywhere. But more and more of them get removed every week. So here is another development snapshot that hopefully fixes more bugs than it introduces. If your “favorite” bug is still not fixed in this version, do not worry. All important bugs will be fixed before we even consider releasing a final 1.9 version of the game.
As always, if you want us to look into certain bugs with higher priority, vote for the most annoying bugs on our bug tracker to draw our attention to them. We will eventually dedicate some time to look into the highest voted bugs irrespective of their severity.
More bugs are fixed
Order of issues on todo list inverted
More sounds are still being added
The AI is now another 1.79% smarter than before
Working on todo list from bottom to top now
Monster try to avoid more dangerous things in the world
Check out the new trailer for Pocket and Windows 10
As you might have noticed from our last update, Minecraft: Pocket Edition and Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta have been getting a lot of love over the past few months. To celebrate, we’ve created a brand-new trailer that shows off some of the newer features to a soothing melody. It really is quite charming.
みんながこの前の最後のアップデートで気づいたように、Minecraft: Pocket Edition と Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta はここ数ヶ月に渡って凄く愛されてきた。そのお祝いとして、全く新しいトレイラーを作り、トレイラーで幾つかの新しい事をお披露目したいと思う。これは本当にチャーミングなんだ。
任天堂の WiiU で動く「Minecraft: Wii U Edition」が12月17日（木）に発売されるらしい。任天堂からも発売された事で PS、XBOX、WiiU と主要な家庭用ゲーム機メーカーでは大体 Minecraft が動くようになった。
Minecraft coming to Nintendo Wii U
I bring exciting news!
That’s a surprise, eh?* Anyway, now it’s 100% official. Minecraft is launching on Nintendo’s Wii U console on December 17th. It’ll cost $29:99 or equivalent, will be available to download on the eShop, and comes bundled with six of our most popular add-on packs. There’s even a Festive mash-up included just in time for the holidays.
We’ll be adding more content packs to Wii U Edition in the near future (Wa-hoo!), and updating the core game with free updates, just like our other platforms. As a quick reminder: all DLC packs are optional. You can have significant amounts of fun playing Minecraft without spending extra cash.
Minecraft: Wii U Edition will also feature off-TV play, so you can continue playing on the Gamepad when other people want to use the TV for less fun things like movies or other video games.
We’ll have more to share on Minecraft: Wii U Edition closer to its release. Looking forward to welcoming you to the world of Minecraft, Nintendo fans!