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Java Edition Classic 0.28

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0.28
Minecraft 0.28 Creative.png
Edition

Java Edition

Server version

1.9

Release date

October 27, 2009

Download

Client not archived
Server

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This version is currently missing.
While known to exist and to have been publicly available due to video or photographic evidence or from being mentioned by a developer, this version is missing from the launcher and has not been archived elsewhere, meaning that it is currently lost.
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0.28 was a version of Classic released on October 27, 2009.[1]

Additions[edit]

Mobs
  • White Sheep Revision 1.png Sheep
    • Technically unused as the survival variant of 0.28 went unreleased (albeit most likely compiled at one point)
Blocks
  • Obsidian JE1 BE1.png Obsidian
    • Very durable.
    • Drops 1 cobblestone block when mined.
Options
  • Block outlines

Changes[edit]

Blocks
  • Gray cloth has more contrast.[verify]
General
  • Added the ability to change gamemodes via an internal value, allowing for creative mode versions to be created again.
  • Altered the level saving/loading code.
  • Added Ores, Stone Slabs, Iron and Gold Blocks, Bricks, Bookshelves, Moss Stone, and TNT to the creative inventory
Multiplayer
  • When the player stands near/inside another player, it pushes the player away slightly.
    • It's possible to walk through a player, but it feels slightly “solid”.
Gameplay
  • Higher FPS.
Controls
  • Left click removes block
  • Right click adds block

Fixes[edit]

  • Fixed a bug where middle clicking a block not in the player's inventory does nothing.
    • It’s supposed to replace with the clicked texture.
  • Fixed exploit where someone logging in with an illegal name would cause players to disconnect.

Development[edit]

Different ideas were considered during the development of this version. Originally, 0.28 was meant to be a part of Survival Test.

References[edit]