Discussion in 'Minecraft Support' started by Awesome Skills, May 16, 2012.
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Jesus christ that's alot, I love when loading the game it says 100% bug free
I had like 30+ chickens in a coop once, then I went in my roller coaster then they were gone
That's a great list! Thanks! The mining cart with furnace doesn't push items. I've got powered rails to move stuff from point A to B now. The furnace one was slow to begin with by its self. The fences, I've heard animals jump on top of each other then escape after losing three sheep (read on some PC forum). I don't think that was the cause unless the last one ate itself or blew up.
I'm glad I could help you guys out, there's lots of people wondering why there game froze and why that other bug happened, but if it's here, it's not just you!
I played the PC version, and alot of these werent bugs, but simply a lack of features.
Animals Despawning and Respawning is their current system. In an update, it was drastically changed. Animals would only spawn "Per chunk." They dont despawn, they dont respawn. This made the future breeding feature a bit of a necessity for farming animal products.
The lost resources on the last use of a tool was a bug back in the same version on the PC.
Clay was very rare back then, and because of the current limited 1024x1024 worlds, its even further limited. In the next update, clay becomes extremely common, and worth actually farming to make those lovely brick houses.
Xbox 360 version or not, the bugs listed just need to be fixed even though some may be game version related.
I experienced the penned animal one I trapped 5 cows and all of them went away
"Blocks appearing back, even after Mining"
Ive had this whilst hosting, solo, offline and joining a friends game so it is a regular occurance for me
The most annoying thing ive had is (whilst in a friends game may i add) when mining down at around bedrock area the game sometimes lags and all the blocks disapear from everywhere, the screen turns black then i lose connection to the host.
Upon rejoining it appears that i have somehow merged into the bedrock and therefore cannot move or dig my way out, I cant even spin around as all movement seems to be disabled and my friend has to pour lava directly on me by encasing me with four blocks and dropping it on my head because it seems that i am unable to be freed by any other method.
I do only have half a meg connection speed but i dont think this could be the cause as some other of my friends have experienced this however, this is only when a certain friend is the host and it is always player 3 who ends up in bed rock you may or may not have heard about this but i thought i'd put my two cents in.
Jup I'm always experiencing that when trying to lock up my Wolves to prevent them from killing friends... bad luck for them I guess.
That's a weird one, are you sure it's not just lagg? Because even though you have a great connection doesn't mean the game doesn't lagg. And that includes the host, if the connection is shared and the server has to send all data to every person, it may also start to lagg. There is a huge difference between lagg and a glitch/bug.
It could be just down to lag, it appears to be lag which kicks us out of the game but even so you usualy rejoin in the spot you left the game? (i believe this is true) so that doesnt add up to rejoining and being inside the bedrock.
It could just be an unlucky result from lag if the connection is shared, i hadnt thought about that one.
Well, I had one case that I spawned below bedrock because the world didn't load correctly yet because of the lagg, but as soon as I rejoined agian after that I was spawned in an okay place.
That bug list is so annoying.
Most are true bugs but some are the in game stuff that are going to happen.
seems that those bugs are happening to a lot of people. i have had the coal powered carts bug. they dont seem to move any other cart then there own...
Did you place blocks around you before you rejoined inside the bedrock? I remember a glitch where if you placed blocks in that spot when you weren't in game it moved you above or underneath them.
Not sure if it's a glitch, but when i lit a netherrack in my mine (at least 60 blocks below), my house burnt to the ground...
Well was your house in any way connected to the flame on the netherrack? Or was your house really near the netherrack? I don't really get what you mean.
You're welcome, hope you found where you were looking for!
basically the fire burnt through the stone to my house, there was nothing burning near it that led to the house either.
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