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Java Edition RC1

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Minecraft RC1

Java Edition


Release candidate

Release date

November 13, 2011

Release candidate for



Cilent (.json)

Protocol version


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The pre-reupload server version of this version is currently missing.
This version has been reuploaded at one point in time. While the reuploaded server version, the reuploaded client and the pre-reupload client have all been archived, the pre-reupload server has not, and as such is it currently lost.
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RC1 is the first release candidate for Java Edition 1.0.0.



  • The Player:
    • Damage to player sound was changed to a genderless bone-cracking sound.
    • Eating and drinking now have sounds.
  • Mobs:
  • Players and all mobs make the same bone-cracking sound when taking fall damage.
  • Arrow landing was changed to a more twangy sound.
  • Tools and armor now make a breaking sound, and have a breaking animation.

Main Menu

  • Added "Quit Game" button to the main menu.
  • Added 28 new splashes and changed 7 of them.



7 bugs fixed

  • Error with the shadowing of the right side of blocks in the inventory is now fixed, being back to what it was in Beta 1.7.
  • Fixed wooden door bug from Beta 1.9 Prerelease 6
  • The "Particles" option no longer overlaps the warning when playing on far render distance with a 32-bit Java installation.
  • Fixed the bug that caused the players EXP level to revert to 0 again after The End credits is finished from Beta 1.9 Prerelease 6
  • The full names of Scaevolus and Hippoplatimus are now used in the ending credits.
  • You can now chat while entering a portal in multiplayer.
  • Obsidian's mining time was increased to 8 seconds from ~3 seconds in 1.9 Prerelease 6.


  • When RC2 was initially uploaded, the changing of the version number to RC2 was forgotten, causing it to be displayed as RC1. This was fixed.[1]

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