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0.31
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Edition

Java Edition

Release date

January 13, 2010

Downloads

Client not archived
No corresponding server

al_version

Unknown

A version of Indev 0.31 was released on January 13, 2010.[1]

Changes[]

Blocks[]

Water JE2.gif Water
  • Is now finite.
    • Always drains from highest remove location.
  • Water does not move on the surface it is on.
    • Will not spread out over unfilled water surfaces, if it has an empty space next to it.
    • Will evaporate (23 chance) or copy (13 chance).
  • Flowing water is slightly darker than still water.[verify]

World generation[]

  • Oceans still have infinite water.

Gameplay[]

Inventory screen
  • Rana is not the player model anymore in the inventory, as nothing is in it now.

Creative variant[]

The Creative variant of this version.

A variant of the January 13, 2010, version of Indev 0.31 was released with Creative mode enabled.[2] There are a few bugs with this version due to some Creative mode code that was broken by the time this version came out; for example, blocks are not infinite.

This was one of the few versions from 0.30 to Beta 1.7.3 to get a Creative release, the only other versions being the first and second December 23, 2009, builds of 0.31.

Gallery[]

References[]

  1. No more putting it off! Finite water in /indev/! - The Word of Notch, January 13th, 2010
  2. Minecraft Forums - "Notch turned off the health for a little time and i managed to get on the bottom on the floating islands alive."
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