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Java Edition Classic 0.0.14a

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Java Edition

Release date

May 28, 2009


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0.0.14a was a version of Classic released May 28, 2009.[1]

Many features implemented in 0.0.14a are commonly erroneously cited as being implemented in the version "0.0.14a_01".[2]



  • Controller support[1]
  • Scroll-wheel block picking support
    • Will only pick blocks that can be selected by number keys
  • Mobs saved in level data
  • Clouds
  • Holding down a mouse button allows for auto-building or breaking a block every .25 seconds
  • New terrain generator
  • Render distance is now controlled by fog rather than blank areas
  • Ability to choose level size


World generation[edit]

  • Made of logs and leaves.



  • Oak Planks JE3.png Planks
    • Texture changed from Oak Planks JE2.png
    • Obtained by destroying a wood block[verify]
  • Cobblestone JE3 BE1.png Cobblestone
    • Texture changed from Cobblestone JE2.png
  • Water Revision 1.png Water
    • Now flows faster.[3]
    • Now flows from worldborder[verify]
    • Now shows its texture when selected to place[verify]
  • Lava Revision 1.png Lava
    • Now replaces all generated air blocks in caves below y=11


  • Levels do not load properly
  • You can no longer build inside liquids


Offset test[edit]

A screenshot of the offset test.

A video uploaded by Notch showcased a test where blocks conform depending on what blocks are next to them.[5]


  1. a b "0.0.14a is up at minecraft.net" – The Word of Notch, May 28, 2009.
  2. "Block of the Week: Leaves" – Minecraft.net, August 18, 2017
  3. "Minecraft water flow test" – YouTube, May 23, 2009.
  4. "A bit of a clearer view of the trees" – The Word of Notch, May 23, 2009.
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBY1qNdpPYE