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Java Edition 1.7.5

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Minecraft 1.7.5
Release 1.7.5.png
Edition

Java Edition

Release date

February 26, 2014

Download

Client (.json)
Original server (.exe)
Reuploaded server (.exe)

Protocol version

4

1.7.5[1][2] was a minor update to Minecraft (Java Edition) released on February 26, 2014, which primarily updated Realms. It is compatible with 1.7.21.7.4 servers.

A development testing version named 1.7.5-wip was showcased on February 18, 2014.

The server version of 1.7.5 was reuploaded on April 1, 2014.

Changes[edit]

General[edit]

Minecraft Realms
  • Main menu button only appears if players have any realms on the version they are playing.
  • Admins are now able to temporarily turn a realm into a mini-game.
  • Added the ability to switch between mini-games and the admins' main worlds.
  • List of mini-games.
    • Cake Defense 2, by FVDisco.
    • Blocks vs. Zombies, by SethBling.
    • The Walls, by Hypixel.
    • Autospleef, by SethBling.
    • Dash of Doom, by Dragnoz.
  • Preparations to bring Minecraft Realms to more countries.
Servers
  • Several server-side performance improvements.

Fixes[edit]

4 issues fixed
From released versions before 1.7.2
  • MC-12545 – Certain "stacked" riding mob spawners crash the game.
From the 1.7.x release versions
  • MC-42174 – Chicken jockeys causing lag on multiplayer servers.
  • MC-46329 – Realms player count is no longer updating.
  • MC-47857 – Realms backups "No" button does not work.

1.7.5-wip[edit]

Minecraft 1.7.5-wip
This section documents an unreleased version.
While there is proof of this version's existence, it was never released to the public.

1.7.5-wip was a development testing version for Java Edition 1.7.5, shown in a YouTube video on February 18, 2014.[3] This version tested adding minigames to Realms and allowing admins to switch between normal worlds and temporary minigame worlds.

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