To celebrate a year with Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta, the team created this roller coaster.
Today, we’re excited to celebrate the first anniversary of Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta. Since the Windows 10 Edition released last July, we’ve committed over 12,000 code check-ins, fixed more than 6000 bugs and released 15 updates with dozens of new features.
Over the last year, zombie villagers got upgraded wardrobes, while rabbits got new coats and headed out to the desert and snow biomes. Our squid learned how to flee and our cauldrons learned how to dye armor. Somewhere along the way our baby zombies even learned how to ride chickens, (…um, watch out for that!) Acacia villages started popping up in your worlds and rumor has it that shears will even show you the true face of an unsuspecting snow golem.
To celebrate, we’re also releasing this roller coaster map, available for free to download. Thank you for playing.
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