Halloween is right around the corner. The jack-o'-lanterns have been set, the candy has been stocked, and the costumes have been assembled. With only eight days to go, there is little time left to prepare for this annual occasion.
Minecraft has been updated to 1.8! As per usual, please restart your server to begin using this update. It, along with 1.7.10, have been added to our legacy builds (selectable under 'Vanilla' in Multicraft).
Certain commands have also changed, particularly the 'give' command. Instead of requiring an id, the blocks will now use their actual names. For example, to give a user a stone block in previous versions, the following command would have been used:
It's been a few weeks since the last release of Minecraft, but that doesn't mean the game has stagnated. Recently, certain details have been released about the next version of Minecraft. In addition to the return of the sponge and a brand new, water-based dungeon, the next update of Minecraft will feature a new hostile mob.
We've scoured the internet for images of this elusive beast, and have only found a single image:
Not much is known about this creature. All we know is that it lives underwater and features what appears to be some sort of hazardous laser. It also has features that are reminiscent of underwater mines, which suggest that it may potentially be an underwater version of the creeper.
We'll keep you updated as we learn more about this mysterious being.
Version 1.7.10 has been updated on our servers, and as such, there are some notable changes. The primary difference between 1.7.9 and 1.7.10 is the introduction of the new Minecraft EULA. In order to play on any Minecraft server, users must now first agree to this EULA. When you restart your server in the MultiCraft control panel, you will see an error message in your console regarding the new EULA. In order to play on your server please follow the below steps.