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Java Edition Classic 0.24_SURVIVAL_TEST

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0.24_SURVIVAL_TEST
Classic 0.24 SURVIVAL TEST.png
Edition

Java Edition

Server version

1.8.2

Release date

September 1, 2009

Download

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0.24_SURVIVAL_TEST[1] was a version of Classic and the first version of Survival Test, released on September 1, 2009.[2]

Additions[edit]

General
Mobs
  • Creeper Revision 2.png Creepers
    • Are a lot darker than normal.
      • Return to normal when hit.
    • Explode on death.
  • Oak Standing Sign.png Signs[3]
    • Added as an entity.
    • Can be spawned by pressing B.
    • Can not be edited.
Items
  • Arrow.png Arrows
    • Can be shot by pressing Tab ↹.
    • Currently not used with bows.

Changes[edit]

  • Faster rendering.
  • Mobs and players jump back when taking damage, and have a dying animation.
  • Brown Mushrooms regain health.
  • Red Mushrooms hurt you.
  • Enemies fall over when killed.
  • Humans now have a new AI where they attack the player, rather than just running around the world doing nothing. But they still can't spawn naturally without the use of hacks.

Bugs[edit]

  • If a creeper blows up a liquid, the liquid will drop itself.
  • Cracking animation only shows on one side of a block.
  • Skeletons can enter 1 block holes.
  • Invalid value bug (?)
  • Middle clicking a block adds it into your inventory.

Removed[edit]

Development[edit]

Different ideas were considered during the development of this version.

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]