Java Edition 1.0

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Minecraft 1.0 (Java Edition)
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Starting version

1.0.0 (November 18, 2011)

Latest version

1.12.2

Paid

Yes

Website

http://www.minecraft.net/

Minecraft 1.0 is the official release of Minecraft for the Java Edition. It was released during MineCon 2011 on November 18, 2011 by Notch at the keynote address ceremony at 9:54 pm GMT. Jeb confirmed the version number 1.0 in a tweet while also stating that the game would be officially out of Beta.[1] 1.0.0 includes bug fixes from the Beta 1.9 Prereleases as well as new sounds and other minor changes. This is the version of Minecraft that is charged at full price (19.95, £16.95, or US$26.95) to new players, but Alpha and Beta players receive this copy through regular updating. After the release, Notch said in an interview that he was nervous about releasing a full game that would be rated and reviewed. Upon release, the game was well received and was given high ratings by many gaming websites and fan reviews.

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