The Gamepedia and Fandom account systems have now been merged. If your username is incorrect, you have accounts on both platforms that weren't merged, or you have trouble signing in, please submit a support ticket.
Join The Fan Lab, a private Fandom research community for users in the US and UK where you will be asked to share your opinions on all things gaming and entertainment! Click here to see if you qualify
- 1 0xffff-1 chunks is a hexadecimal number -1
- 2 C++14 is the standard C++ version
- 3 Multithreaded
- 4 150% hyperbole is a reference to hyperboleandahalf.com
- 5 "This is good for Realms"
- 6 Thanks for the fish
- 7 New Bedrock Splash
- 8 1.14.1-pre1 new splash
- 9 "B****es and W****s"
- 10 Unsourced splashes
- 11 <playername> IS YOU
- 12 .party() splash: I found sources that make it look like the splash is likely because of the party notch made
- 13 Do you want to join my server?
- 14 the corona splashes
- 15 Splash 279
- 16 (untitled)
- 17 .party()
- 18 switches and ores
- 19 "Any laptop is a computer if you're brave enough!" splash text could reference the popular inappropriate meme
- 20 "Bring me Ray Cokes!" references Notch's favorite show when he was younger, where the host of the show was Ray
- 21 Cubism splash is not bedrock-exclusive.
- 22 Splash conflict (likely a bug)
- 23 150 bpm for 400000 minutes!
0xffff-1 chunks is a hexadecimal number -1
0xFFFF is a hex number, equal to 65535 (the high extreme of the unsigned 16 bit integer), -1, which then equates to 65534. 65535 is also 2^16-1. Correct me if I'm wrong on the hex->dec conversion I'm too lazy to open a new tab. Since I cannot edit the Splash page, I need someone who can to do it.
C++14 is the standard C++ version
There is an ISO standard to which C++ version is standard. This version is C++14.
Multithreading is something that a CPU (central processing unit) can do. It has one processor, or in a multi-core processor, one core, execute two tasks, switching between the two.
150% hyperbole is a reference to hyperboleandahalf.com
150% hyperbole is a reference to hyperboleandahalf.com
This is obvious, but I don't want to make the update because I don't have time to learn to do it in a polished manner. I request you do it and then maybe delete this entry in the talk page.
Also, the Drr! Drr! Drr! reference is partially due to the old "Far Lands" aesthetic; the weird holes in the wall reminded people of the comic.
Also, the "Gargamel plays it!" is additionally a reference to one of the classic "seeds" that was spread about online. Since links are disallowed, just websearch: minecraft gargamel seed –Preceding unsigned comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) at 20:24, 27 August 2017 (UTC). Please sign your posts with ~~~~
- All of these would need statements from Mojang staff confirming them. -- Orthotopetalk 21:07, 27 August 2017 (UTC)
"This is good for Realms"
is probably a reference to http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/this-is-good-for-bitcoin --220.127.116.11 11:30, 21 February 2018 (UTC)
- Possibly also a reference to the well-known ZHOOlOr.png, but I don't have a source for that either. --Pokechu22 (talk) 18:00, 21 July 2018 (UTC)
Thanks for the fish
I believe the splash mentioned in the title not only refers the addition of fish, but also the line "So long and thanks for all the fish" from the intro to A Hitchikers Guide to the Galeraxy. The song is sung by dolphins, which were also added in 1.13 –Preceding unsigned comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) at 17:34, 19 July 2018 (UTC). Please sign your posts with ~~~~
- Agree. Not only the intro, but the title of a book (see Wikipedia:Thanks for all the fish, which redirects to the book title). It's probably a reference to both. --Pokechu22 (talk) 17:39, 19 July 2018 (UTC)
- Agree It is so obvious reference that it definitely should be added to this page. 22.214.171.124 10:59, 6 August 2018 (UTC)
- COULD ANYONE PLEASE ADD THIS INFORMATION TO THIS PAGE? I CAN'T SINCE IT'S PROTECTED. 126.96.36.199 07:39, 12 August 2018 (UTC)
I'm sorry about all that shouting, but really, isn't the reference quite obvious? Somebody who can edit this page should really add information about the reference. 188.8.131.52 04:58, 29 September 2018 (UTC)
New Bedrock Splash
It says "Phobos anomaly!" Not sure what it means, can someone qualified please record it on the page? 184.108.40.206 23:14, 26 April 2019 (UTC)
- It’s already on the page as a Java Edition splash, so it is not Bedrock exclusive. -BDJP (t|c) 23:20, 26 April 2019 (UTC)
1.14.1-pre1 new splash
There's a new splash text in 1.14.1-pre1 called "Awesome game design right there!". There was this chat about this splash screen in the Eigencraft Discord group:
Discord, [07.05.19 20:12] slicedlime: Thank you. And know that I didn't come here to call people out or anything. I just wanted to mention it because it really does discourage us from looking at stuff sometimes. Especially considering the comments like that new splash.
Fabian Röling, [07.05.19 20:13]: Btw, how is that new splash text meant?
Discord, [07.05.19 20:14] Skinnypus: I liked the joke, but sometimes he went like 'total trash gamedesign, absolute shit'
Fabian Röling, [07.05.19 20:14]: What game design now? Is this about bugs? Bugs aren't game design.
Discord, [07.05.19 20:14] slicedlime: Sarcastically over and over commenting "yeah great game design here" about things that were obviously bugs is a prime example of not being constructive.
So apparently this splash text is a criticism of overly negative people who criticise Mojang for the wrong things or something like that. I'm not sure how to word that in a way that fits into the wiki. Fabian42 (talk) 18:20, 7 May 2019 (UTC)
"B****es and W****s"
The article currently says that the splash "Switches and ores!" is a reference to a meme "B****es and W****s". That, however, is not the name of the meme. Wikipedia's "How to treat offensive material in articles" guideline says:
a vulgarity or obscenity should either appear in its full form or not at all; words should never be minced by replacing letters with dashes, asterisks, or other symbols
and I think that this rule should apply to our wiki as well. The real name of the meme should be used in the place of the censored version, and if that is not possible, this reference should be removed altogether. 220.127.116.11 04:47, 12 July 2019 (UTC)
- That reference should not be in the article anyway since it's unsourced, so I've removed that reference altogether. – Nixinova 08:02, 12 July 2019 (UTC)
On every splash without a description, there is a comment which reads "do not add a description to this splash unless sourced directly to a Mojangsta". Despite this, the majority of the splash descriptions on the page are not sourced directly to a Mojangsta. What's the deal with this? - Luke18033 (talk) 00:35, 8 August 2019 (UTC)
- Some of them don’t have a reference because the reference appears to be clearly obvious to what it is (i.e the "Getting ready to" splashes are lines from a song). -BDJP (t|c) 00:41, 8 August 2019 (UTC)
<playername> IS YOU
Currently, the description of the splash "<playername> IS YOU" says that the splash is a reference to the video game Baba is You. However, this description is not sourced directly to a Mojangsta. The splash might also refer to several other things, such as the phrase "A Winner Is You" from the video game Pro Wrestling, which has become a meme. Because of this, I think the current description of the splash should be removed. 18.104.22.168 14:58, 8 November 2019 (UTC)
.party() splash: I found sources that make it look like the splash is likely because of the party notch made
It says that you shouldn’t add sources unless it’s from a “Mojangsta”, and that someone supposedly made a connection with a part of the same name in 2013, however I found some sites and multiple tweets making proof of .party() created by Notch and that the splash text is highly likely associated with it. First party was in 2012, and the splash was added in 2012. Early mention .party() tweets before splash was added: https://mobile.twitter.com/notch/status/217642708188151808 (tweeted in June, before release of 1.3-pre (July) where it says the .party() splash was added in) https://mobile.twitter.com/notch/status/227687617335013376 https://mobile.twitter.com/notch/status/242207729660329985 And there’s more.
Notch mentions the website dotparty.net here: https://mobile.twitter.com/notch/status/449298824272814080 Scrolling to the bottom of http://www.dotparty.net/, you will see Notch and Productions club at the bottom and also different dates when .party() took place, earliest 2012. To verify a little bit extra that Productions Club is associated with Notch and that he is or was really collaborating with them, he tweeted about them saying they are good at helping making parties: https://mobile.twitter.com/notch/status/701160040573460480
And here is a article from Productions club mentioning them helping notch with the .party(): https://production.club/productions/party-seattle/
And here is another independent source: https://dancingastronaut.com/2015/06/take-look-dot-party-dome-skrillex-dj-snake/
What more is needed to be sure that the splash is based on the .party() name? 22.214.171.124 07:39, 16 December 2019 (UTC)
Do you want to join my server?
Is the specific phrasing of this splash possibly a reference to "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" Frozen was released two months before the snapshot listed for this splash (1.8-14w05a) and the hype was still strong.
the corona splashes
They came earlier than March 25. I first saw them in March 20. I think they weren't there on March 17. I didn't launch the game on March 18-19 so I don't know the exact date.
edit: Well, actually, wget -S "https://resources.download.minecraft.net/8f/8febe2b0c11924db649580f42fc019b8ed981f96" shows Last-Modified: Tue, 17 Mar 2020 15:24:09 GMT, so I guess that is the date it was added,
and 150 BPM is the average 'fetal' heart rate. Fatal??126.96.36.199 16:13, 1 May 2020 (UTC)
- ’Fetal’ is not a typo. —188.8.131.52 23:10, 27 May 2020 (UTC)
there´s an error on the splash ``miusic by C418!´´ splash: actually there´s music of lena raine and a miusic that is not in game (calm 4) is from notch 184.108.40.206 15:43, 3 May 2020 (UTC)
- That’s how the splash looks in-game, meaning that the developers made the splash. There is no error; that’s just who made the music all the time. Calm4 was an unused track, and so it doesn’t count. —220.127.116.11 23:09, 27 May 2020 (UTC)
Is no one going to acknowledge the detective work that a recent editor did above to find the sources as to where .party() could've came from? I mean, the sources are tied to Mojang. To add to his work, I vividly remember one of the 360 loading screen tips reading something along the lines of ".party() was great!". I implore that someone takes a look at his findings and edit the page accordingly Podgorski37 (talk) 15:41, 6 June 2020 (UTC)
switches and ores
You cannot tell me that isn't a reference to "B*tches and W*ores*, if it isn't already obvious enough
"Any laptop is a computer if you're brave enough!" splash text could reference the popular inappropriate meme
The splash text could possibly reference the text messages between a boy and a girl where the boy says "Anything is an (inappropriate long item) if you're brave enough" and the girl holds up a cactus. Hypernovaxxxx (talk) 04:35, 15 July 2020 (UTC)
"Bring me Ray Cokes!" references Notch's favorite show when he was younger, where the host of the show was Ray
Cubism splash is not bedrock-exclusive.
I saw that multiple times on both editions! 18.104.22.168 18:42, 21 July 2020 (UTC)
Splash conflict (likely a bug)
Vote for net neutrality splash even though bedrock prices vary with platforms. 22.214.171.124 19:01, 21 July 2020 (UTC)
150 bpm for 400000 minutes!
If BPM would stand for Blocks Per Minute, you could calculate a distance by multiplying 150 * 400000, and you would get exactly 60 000 000 blocks, which is the size of a Minecraft world. Maybe this splash is a reference to that?
One thing that disproves my theory is the fact, that (I think) there is nothing in Minecraft that moves at 150 Blocks Per Minute or 2.5 m/s