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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Almost Had Custom Stages Imported From Minecraft – ComicBook.com

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate director Masahiro Sakurai revealed that he wanted to incorporate a feature where players could upload custom levels from Minecraft and import them into the Nintendo Switch fighting game. Sakurai detailed the concept in his latest Famitsu column, which has been translated by @Sephazon and @PushDustin. According to Sakurai, the concept did not get very far, as it seemed “impossible.” Apparently, development on Minecraft‘s Steve was done entirely during the coronavirus pandemic, which led to some difficulties. Considering the amount of effort that went into the game’s latest fighter, it’s impressive that fans almost received more Minecraft-related content!

The ability to create stages in Minecraft and transfer them to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate could have been a really amazing concept! Given the potential difficulties with coordinating such a feature, however, it’s not surprising that Sakurai opted to abandon the idea. The Super Smash Bros. series is known for recycling older concepts further down the line (as was the case with Final Smashes), so it’s possible that the team could revisit the concept at some point in the future, if fan demand is strong enough.

One of the most interesting things about the Super Smash Bros. series is the way that Sakurai and his team consistently search for ways to truly honor the history of every franchise represented. While the ability to make and transfer stages did not end up in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the game’s latest DLC posed a big enough challenge without its inclusion. According to Sakurai, every stage had to be reworked in order to make Steve’s blocks work in them. Clearly, a lot of passion goes into every decision related to the game!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is available exclusively on Nintendo Switch. You can check out all of our previous coverage of the game right here.

Have you been playing as Steve in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate? Are you disappointed that the Minecraft level editor feature did not get added? Let us know in the comments or share your thoughts directly on Twitter at @Marcdachamp to talk all things gaming!

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Minecraft 1.17 Beta: Release Date, Gameplay, Invites & more – RealSport101

Minecraft 1.17 will be a huge moment in the series, reshaping many important gameplay features.

The update will include an entire new cave generation system, new resources, new mobs, animals, and plenty more. So it’s understandable players are exciting to hop into the Minecraft 1.17 beta.

But how do players get invites, and when does the beta start?

Minecraft 1.17 Beta

The Minecraft 1.17 beta will give players insight into the most significant Minecraft update since the Nether rework.

Minecraft 1 17 beta goats

Let’s go over the finer details.

Release Date

Minecraft 1.17 Beta is running now for Windows 10, Xbox One, and Android on the Bedrock Edition!

Each phase of the beta will introduce different gameplay features, so you can expect plenty more after this first phase.

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While we don’t have release dates yet on future phases, you can stay tuned with us to keep up to date as they come.

Invites

The Minecraft 1.17 beta is under an opt-in system. So how do players opt in?

Minecraft 1 17 beta essential information

For Windows players, you can opt in to the beta via the Xbox Insider Hub app.

Mojang have even put together a video to guide Windows players along this process, which you can watch below:

For Xbox One players, the process is quite similar. Simply use the Xbox Insider Hub app to opt in to the beta, and get to playing!

For Android players, the process is a bit different. You’ll have to opt in to the beta through the Minecraft Google Play Store page.

Gameplay

The Minecraft 1.17 beta will evolve over time through different phases, but for phase 1, only some of the upcoming gameplay features are present.

Phase 1 includes goats which are new to the game, and new powder snow mechanics.

Minecraft 1 17 beta goats on mountains 1

Goats present a funny challenge, as they bash into anything nearby them. This means if you choose the wrong footing, you could be sent flying from a mountain in short order.

Goats will also do the same to hostile mobs, though, which means they could theoretically offer protection from Creepers and the like.

Powder snow adds a whole new feel to the weather conditions of Minecraft. Players can get lost in the snow, and it makes moving through snowy areas rightfully difficult.

Powder Snow Caves & Cliffs

We’ll soon see if Mojang push any new testing onto the first phase of the beta before moving on to the second.

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What is the rarest biome in Minecraft? – Sportskeeda

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Minecraft Mock Poll Aims To Educate Kids About Voting – NPR

Rock The Vote’s voting house in Minecraft allows players to vote on a variety of real-world issues. Rock The Vote hide caption

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Rock The Vote

Rock The Vote’s voting house in Minecraft allows players to vote on a variety of real-world issues.

Rock The Vote

At the top of a hill sits a large white building with columns and draped with American flags. It resembles the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., except for a key difference.

It’s built out of Minecraft blocks.

The popular sandbox video game has been used to host graduation ceremonies, concerts, recreated school campuses and even a library of censored journalism.

And now it’s being used to teach young Americans how to vote.

Nonpartisan, nonprofit organization Rock the Vote and creative company Sid Lee teamed up to create a Minecraft “voting house” server ahead of the 2020 election.

Dubbed “Build The Vote,” the simulation is designed to educate kids on the voting process and give them the chance to share their opinions on several issues.

The organization hopes to demystify the voting process, said Teja Foster, social media director for Rock The Vote. That way, kids will be ready to vote when they’re old enough.

“There’s no way for kids, before they get to the voting booth, to actually have a practice round and understand the process,” Foster said. “It’s just, like, you turn 18, and here’s your ballot.”

Once a player joins the simulator, they can enter the large voting house and “register” to vote. Along the way, there are checkpoints explaining different aspects of the voting process.

“We just wanted to adapt what adults will go through but in a playful way,” Sid Lee copywriter Nick Labbe said.

Next, the player enters a room with 10 issues laid out for them to vote on. They get to vote on topics including gun control, immigration, student loans and education.

The virtual voting house took three months to build, Labbe said.

It opened on Monday and will close Friday. The voting results will be published before Election Day in the U.S.

Noticeably absent from the choices is a way to vote on who should win the 2020 presidential election. Foster said that’s because the event is designed to talk issues, not politics.

“We don’t direct anyone to vote for anyone in particular but what we do is expose them to the issues that matter to them,” Foster said.

At the end, instead of an “I Voted” sticker, players will have a chance to change their Minecraft character’s appearance to show they participated.

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Players “register” prior to voting.

Rock The Vote

Rock The Vote isn’t the only organization to pivot to using video games to reach young people during the pandemic.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hosted one of the most popular video game streams last week when she played “Among Us” on Twitch, garnering more than 400,000 views.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his campaign unveiled an Animal Crossing island and virtual campaign signs earlier this month.

“When the pandemic hit it was kind of just like a stop, drop and roll,” Foster said. “Every organization across the board was trying to figure out ways to expand on their digital footprint.”

Minecraft, which was first released 11 years ago, recently reported 131 million monthly players. Since the start of the pandemic, the game saw a 90% increase in multiplayer sessions.

Moving forward, Rock The Vote plans to continue to use Minecraft to engage future voters, Foster added, even when the organization can again host in-person events.

For Rock The Vote, it was about meeting people where they already are, Foster said.

And it turns out they’re on Minecraft.

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First Minecraft Bedrock Beta For The Caves And Cliffs Update Introduces Lots Of Snow And Goats! – Happy Gamer

The Minecraft Caves and Cliffs update may not be out until Summer next year, but the first Bedrock Beta for the update is already available. This will give players the first glimpse at a new type of snow (powder snow) and the first look at the brand new mob, the mischievous mountain goats.

You can opt-in to the Beta through the Xbox app on the PC, or via the Google Play Store on mobile. The same applies on console. This is the period that Mojang collects data from users and correlates feedback to help improve the update for when it finally releases in 2021.

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This is the first time that one of the brand new mobs, the Mountain Goat, will be available in-game. You’ll find them in mountainous and snowy biomes, hopping and skipping across the tops of mountains. Although the mobs aren’t hostile, they want to keep the mountains to themselves – expect a few head-butts if you get too close to their territory!

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Those Mountain Goats will make mountain exploration a little more dangerous, but definitely more exhilarating. Even though they might send you over the edge of the cliff, they’re still not the most dangerous mob arriving in the Caves and Cliffs update…*cough* Warden *cough*.

The mountains will also be harder to traverse thanks to powder snow. This is a new block type that might cause a few stumbles on your path up sheer cliff edges. If you land on powder snow you won’t take any fall damage, but step on it and you might sink into the snow, vastly reducing your mobility.

If you wear leather boots you will be able to cross the snow with ease. Finally a use for these starter armor pieces. Keep an eye on the goats – they know which type of snow is which and will give you a good idea of which patches of snow to avoid because it’s basically impossible to tell the difference by sight!

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You can sign up for the first Caves and Cliffs update Minecraft Beta right now and get playing on Xbox, PC, and on mobile. All you need to do is opt-in. Check out the post above from the official Minecraft blog for more details on how to get access, and how to leave valuable feedback on the update.

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5 best addons for Minecraft PE (Pocket Edition) – Sportskeeda

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1001Tracklists, Virtual Genesis, Beauz Partner to Bring Fans the Annual “Top 101 Producers” DJ Award Ceremony on Minecraft – PRNewswire

Attendees of this first in-game Minecraft music festival of its kind will experience 360° immersive sound with technology provided by THXⓇ Spatial Audio when listening over headphones. The Minecraft environment will mirror the atmosphere of Amsterdam Dance Event and the city of Amsterdam, featuring 1:1 replicas of Amsterdam landmarks like Leidseplein Square, Rijksmuseum, and Amsterdam Central Station. The experience will be available in-game for Minecraft players, and professionally live-streamed and track-listed for fans who want to enjoy the music at home.

Music rendered in THX Spatial Audio will include such artists as Nicky Romero, Vintage Culture, ARTY, and RayRay.

What makes 1001Tracklists’ data-driven ranking system unique to its own is that the results generated reflect the artists earning the most DJ support over the past 12 months. Any track released in the past two years can qualify, and data points are compiled from plays across DJ sets including live performances, radio shows, mixes, and podcasts. In short, there is nothing subjective about this list — no votes, no personal opinions. Just cold, hard analytics.

Last year’s celebration took place during global electronic music conference Amsterdam Dance Event, featuring 19 artists performing B2B during the event and David Guetta coming on stage to accept his #1 award with a live-streamed speech. The virtual Minecraft world will mirror Amsterdam, featuring 1:1 replicas of famous city landmarks like the A’DAM Tower, International Theater Amsterdam, and various canals.

Virtual events start-up Genesis was responsible for building the Minecraft Environment. As seen on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, the company co-founded by DJ/Producer duo BEAUZ and their manager Antonio Di Puorto already successfully produced the first mainstream in-game Minecraft festival: Blockeley, which celebrated Class of 2020’s virtual graduation earlier this year with 60+ artists including in-game commencements speeches by founders Justin Kan (Twitch), Min-Liang Tan (Razer) and Lydia Winters (Mojang).

Since releasing its first rankings in 2016, the “Top 101 Producers” list has garnered worldwide respect as the data-driven counterpart to DJ Mag’s Top 100. Last year, global dance music icon David Guetta captured the #1 spot, with Tiësto coming in second. Skrillex and Axwell came in at numbers #3 and #4, respectively, with 2018’s winner, as well as founder of label imprint HEXAGON, Don Diablo closing out the Top 5. Following in the rankings, producers Armin van Buuren, Ingrosso, Diplo, CamelPhat, and Chris Lake rounded out the top ten, representing everything from trance to house, techno to pop.

THXⓇ Spatial Audio | Listen over Headphones

THX has contributed their technical expertise to enhance Top 101 Producers 2020 with THX Spatial Audio. THX Spatial Audio is a positional audio solution that delivers pinpoint audio accuracy using real-time rendering and spatial positioning of stereo and multichannel content when listening over wired or wireless headphones or earbuds. The THX Spatial Audio Cloud Clubbing mix is a custom tuning that immerses listeners in the music and simulates the 360-degree way in which audio sounds during a live DJ club performance. Listeners will have a heightened, realistic experience when listening over headphones.”

So, who will take the crown this year? We’ll soon find out. And while we may not be grooving live on the dancefloor for the reveal again this year, join us for the Minecraft celebration on Friday, October 30th 10 AM PST // 1 PM EST // 6 PM CET

Pre-register here: 1001.tl/top101producers2020

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SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘Minecraft Dungeons’ Update, Today’s New Releases Featuring ‘Cobra Kai’ and More, Plus the Latest Sales – Touch Arcade

Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for October 27th, 2020. In today’s article, we have a few tasty news items to check out before we head into a rather busy Tuesday of new releases. Cobra Kai, Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty, and Dungreed lead the charge with a few others pulling up the rear. We finish things up with a look at the latest sales, along with the outgoing discounts for the day. I wanted to have a review in here as well, but things just didn’t work out. Maybe tomorrow! Let’s check out what we’ve got.

News

‘Super Mario 3D All-Stars’ Getting Camera Options in November Update

There certainly isn’t any shortage of complaints a person could levy at Super Mario 3D All-Stars, but it seems like Nintendo is addressing at least one of them. The Version 1.1.0 update is scheduled to go out on November 17th, and it will apparently add camera and aiming options for all three games. The basic situation here is that Nintendo changed some of the camera controls in the games, switching inverted controls to non-inverted. This update will allow you to individually set camera and aiming controls to inverted/normal as you like for each game. Nice. No idea if this update has anything else to offer, but if we find anything out we’ll let you know.

‘Minecraft Dungeons’ Spooky Fall Event Update Now Available

Speaking of updates, there’s a new one available for Minecraft Dungeons. The Spooky Fall Event officially kicks off today and runs through November 3rd. Time-limited Seasonal Trials offer up special seasonally-appropriate challenges and rewards, with some exclusive gear and weapons on offer for those who excel. Included in the Seasonal Trials is the new Night Mode challenge, and you’ll find the new Spooky Item set among the rewards.

‘Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition’ Coming to Switch

You know, at the time FMV games were at their most prolific, I tended to see them as terrible things not really worth considering. Time has give me a different perspective: FMV games can be good, but most of the ones that came out then simply weren’t. Still, there’s a certain schlocky charm to many of them, and Corpse Killer from Digital Pictures leans into that as hard as any of them. On most of the original platforms it launched on, this was a light-gun game and as such was a little easier to deal with than the average FMV game. A special 25th Anniversary Edition was released a little while back on PC and PlayStation 4, and thanks to an announcement from Limited Run Games we now know it will be coming to Switch in a special physical version. Presumably, a digital release will also be happening. No idea when it will be hitting, but hey – it’s coming. Orders for that physical set open on October 30th at Limited Run Games.

New Releases

Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty ($29.99)

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Hello. Follow me. The original Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee was a very strange, curiously compelling little puzzle platformer. It was a big hit in its time, so it wasn’t too surprising when the revived Oddworld Inhabitants decided to remake it back in 2014. And what a lovely remake it is! I wrote lots of words about this game when it hit mobile in 2017, so I don’t have much more to say here. It’s an excellent remake of a wonderful game whose core message has managed to stay relevant for more than two decades. If you’ve somehow missed out on playing it on other platforms, this is as good a place as any to change that.

Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues ($39.99)

The Karate Kid and video games have not had a great history together. The LJN game for the NES, developed by Atlus of all companies, has become infamous as one of the worst games of its era. One of the poster children for LJN’s shoddy reputation as a slinger of licensed junk, really. And now here’s Game Mill, who you could probably argue is the LJN of the modern age, with its own Karate Kid game based on the amazing Cobra Kai series. This is a beat-em-up with two campaigns, one for Cobra Kai and the other for Miyagi-Do. You have to beat both to get the real ending, of course. All up there are eight fighters, with Johnny and Daniel each leading three of their students. You can play with a friend in local co-op, which is an important feature for any beat-em-up. Look, I love The Karate Kid and Cobra Kai, but this game… it just looks very, very rough. Especially in a year where we saw the magnificent Streets of Rage 4. I don’t think even Mr. Miyagi could salvage this one.

Instant Chef Party ($24.99)

Wait, is the party instant or are the chefs instant? Because the implications of the latter are rather horrifying. Like, just add a drop of water to this tiny ball of moss and twenty seconds later, you’ve got a chef. Where do they come from? Are they truly alive? We’re not meant to know the answers to these questions, I think. At any rate, Instant Chef Party is a four-player local party game that vaguely resembles things like Mario Party. Except this one has chefs, of course. It’s from the makers of the Instant Sports games and I rather expect that like those this will be neither particularly good nor particularly bad.

Dungreed ($14.99)

I don’t know what to do with that ‘G’ in the title, and it’s really bothering me. Is it a hard G? A soft G? ‘Dung-reed‘ or ‘Dunj-reed‘? ‘Dun-greed‘, surely. Well, whatever. Dungreed is a fairly fun side-scrolling roguelite action game that has charmed many in its PC incarnation. I’d imagine this Switch port offers much the same experience, but at a slightly higher price and a more easily portable form. Oddly it’s published by Nicalis here, which wasn’t the case on PC. That probably accounts for the price difference. Anyway, a solid game that fills the belly if not the spirit for those on the hunt for yet another roguelite.

Carto ($19.99)

This is a cute game with a unique hook that pulls you in nicely. Unfortunately, that hook isn’t quite strong enough to sustain the game even for its relatively short running time, but I certainly appreciate the fresh approach. A little girl and her granny are separated, and you need to help close the distance between them so that they can find each other. You do this by manipulating the map, switching its pieces around to make NPCs appear who will give you more pieces. You can’t just do things willy-nilly as there are rules to it all. You’ll have to listen to the NPCs carefully and solve some other puzzles as you go. Not bad, but it relies a lot on the same bag of tricks so it can get repetitive after a couple of hours.

My Universe – Fashion Boutique ($29.99)

The first game in the My Universe series was pretty dire even for what it was, so I hope things turn around with this one. You’re put in charge of a fashion store, which eventually leads to you making your own fashions and being invited to fashion shows. Help your customers coordinate, improve your shop, create clothes, and try to get some publicity in order to hit the big leagues of Milan, Paris, and more. The actual creation of the clothes seems to rely on mini-games, and in other respects this seems to be a very light take on the sim genre. I don’t by any means think this is aimed at me, so we’ll have to see how it plays with the intended audience.

The Bluecoats North & South ($29.99)

The original North & South was a pretty sweet Amiga game from Infogrames that got a fairly popular port on the NES from Kemco. Yes, that Kemco. Anyway, the nature of the subject matter means that it’s been possible for a number of companies to take a kick at the can in terms of remaking or re-imagining it. One such company is Microids, who made an okay-ish version for mobile back in 2012. In many respects, this Switch version is quite similar to that effort. There are some differences, such as what I believe is a new FPS mode, and the game has full local two-player support right from the get-go. Otherwise, you’re looking at the same turn-based/real-time/action hybrid that charmed so many over the years. I think the original from thirty years ago is better, but I would, wouldn’t I?

Sales

(North American eShop, US Prices)

Well, you certainly can’t call this a typical line-up of new sales. Some interesting games in there, though if I’m being honest there’s nothing in there I feel very strongly about. That’s just me, though. Make sure you have a look with your own eyes. The outbox is quite large but most of it will be back around within a month, I’m sure. One exception is Oceanhorn 2, which releases on Switch tomorrow and probably won’t have a sale again for a while.

Select New Games on Sale

One Finger Death Punch 2 ($2.06 from $8.99 until 11/1)
One Dog Story ($10.49 from $14.99 until 11/1)
Mystery Mine ($2.99 from $9.99 until 11/1)
No Straight Roads ($29.99 from $39.99 until 11/1)
Bake ‘n Switch ($25.49 from $29.99 until 11/1)
HardCube ($4.90 from $7.00 until 11/1)
BDSM ($15.99 from $19.99 until 11/1)
Little Misfortune ($12.99 from $19.99 until 11/2)
The Eyes of Ara ($8.24 from $14.99 until 11/3)
The Long Reach ($2.99 from $14.99 until 11/8)
Bounty Battle ($14.99 from $24.99 until 11/8)
Cast of the Seven Godsends ($1.29 from $12.99 until 11/8)
Ultra Space Battle Brawl ($1.49 from $14.99 until 11/8)
Walking Vegetables: Radical ($1.94 from $12.99 until 11/8)
She & the Light Bearer ($4.99 from $9.99 until 11/8)


Spirit of the North ($17.49 from $24.99 until 11/8)
Niffleheim ($5.99 from $19.99 until 11/9)
Demon’s Rise: War for the Deep ($3.49 from $6.99 until 11/9)
Spaceland ($9.99 from $19.99 until 11/9)
The Tiny Bang Story ($2.99 from $9.99 until 11/9)
Monstrum ($22.49 from $29.99 until 11/9)
Braveland Trilogy ($3.74 from $14.99 until 11/9)
Semblance ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/9)
Depixtion ($1.99 from $7.99 until 11/15)

Sales Ending Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 28th

Agony ($1.99 from $19.99 until 10/28)
Animal Hunter Z ($4.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Bad Dream: Coma ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Bad Dream: Fever ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Barrier X ($0.59 from $2.99 until 10/28)
Battle & Crash ($2.49 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Bedtime Blues ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Bingo ($2.49 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Blacksad: Under the Skin ($19.99 from $49.99 until 10/28)
Bot Vice ($2.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Caterpillar Royale ($2.49 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Clock Simulator ($1.99 from $3.99 until 10/28)
Collide-a-Ball 2 ($2.49 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Dark Veer ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Deadly Days ($11.39 from $18.99 until 10/28)


Deathtrap Dungeon Trilogy ($4.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Desktop Basketball ($5.04 from $7.20 until 10/28)
Desktop Volleyball ($5.20 from $7.43 until 10/28)
Diggerman ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Draw Chilly ($0.59 from $2.99 until 10/28)
Dungeon Shooting ($2.49 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Dungeons & Aliens ($1.99 from $3.99 until 10/28)
Ellen ($1.99 from $7.99 until 10/28)
Emma: Lost in Memories ($5.99 from $7.99 until 10/28)
Fishing Universe Simulator ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Freakout: Calamity TV Show ($4.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Frederic 2: ESB ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Frederic: RoM ($2.09 from $5.99 until 10/28)
Glaive: Brick Breaker ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Goetia ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)


Grab Lab ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Grave Keeper ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Green Hell ($22.49 from $24.99 until 10/28)
Gunpowder on the Teeth: Arcade ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Hard West ($1.99 from $19.99 until 10/28)
History 2048 ($0.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Hollow ($1.99 from $19.99 until 10/28)
IHUGU ($1.99 from $3.99 until 10/28)
Indiecalypse ($9.74 from $12.99 until 10/28)
Jump King ($8.70 from $12.99 until 10/28)
Just Black Jack ($0.99 from $1.99 until 10/28)
Kuukiyomi: Consider It! ($3.74 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Make It Quick Bundle Vol. 1 ($6.39 from $31.99 until 10/28)
Merchants of Kaidan ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Millie ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)


Miniature: Story Puzzle ($0.99 from $3.99 until 10/28)
My Brother Rabbit ($2.24 from $14.99 until 10/28)
My Universe – My Baby ($20.99 from $29.99 until 10/28)
Neonwall ($2.49 from $9.99 until 10/28)
NoReload Heroes ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Oceanhorn 2 ($26.99 from $29.99 until 10/28)
Offroad Racing – BxAxM ($9.99 from $19.99 until 10/28)
Omen Exitio: Plague ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
OmoTomO ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Outbreak: Epidemic ($12.74 from $14.99 until 10/28)
Overlanders ($0.99 from $24.99 until 10/28)
Peaky Blinders: Mastermind ($16.74 from $24.99 until 10/28)
Persian Nights: SoW ($2.24 from $14.99 until 10/28)
Phantaruk ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Phantom Doctrine ($1.99 from $19.99 until 10/28)


Ping Pong Trick Shot Evolution ($2.49 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Q-YO Blaster ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Qbik ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Realpolitiks ($2.49 from $24.99 until 10/28)
Regions of Ruin ($4.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Retro Game Pack ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Risky Rescue ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Shut Eye ($1.99 from $3.99 until 10/28)
Sinless ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Sparkle 2 EVO ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Sparkle 3 Genesis ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Sparkle 4 Tales ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Sparkle Zero ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Spartan Fist ($7.49 from $14.99 until 10/28)
Spider Solitaire Black ($0.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)


Standby ($0.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Star Story: The Horizon Escape ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Startide ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Stikbold! Dodgeball Adventure ($2.09 from $14.99 until 10/28)
Sudoku Relax 4 Winter Snow ($3.74 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Super Loop Drive ($0.99 from $3.99 until 10/28)
Super Ping Pong Trick Shot ($2.49 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Super Star Path ($1.49 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Surfingers ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Tap Skaters ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
Teddy the Wanderer: Kayaking ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Teddy the Wanderer: Mountain Hike ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Terrorhythm ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
The Childs Sight ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
The Mahjong Huntress ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)


Thief Simulator ($1.99 from $19.99 until 10/28)
Tiny Hands Adventure ($2.39 from $7.99 until 10/28)
Toki ($2.95 from $14.90 until 10/28)
Tower of Babel: No Mercy ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)
V.O.I.D. ($0.99 from $3.99 until 10/28)
Violett ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/28)
Zombillie ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/28)

That’s all for today, friends. Tomorrow has a few new releases to check out, and we’ll be doing just that. Hopefully I’ll have time to write up my review of Torchlight III. There should be some news and new sales to look at, as well. I hope you all have a fancy Tuesday, and as always, thanks for reading!

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Minecraft pumpkin guide – PCGamesN

Want to know how to use a Minecraft pumpkin? Pumpkins aren’t just for Halloween – they’re one of the most versatile blocks in Minecraft, with several surprising uses. They appear naturally in most biomes, but require a grass block with air above it in order to spawn. They also naturally show up in stem farm rooms inside woodland mansions, but those are particularly tricky to find – luckily, we’ve identified a Minecraft seed that spawns you a mere hundred blocks away from one.

You’ll also find carved pumpkins – the spooky siblings of regular pumpkins – in rail rooms in woodland mansions. Carved pumpkins show up in pillager outposts inside tents alongside normal pumpkins, too, and atop scarecrows. Pumpkins also generate instead of hay bales outside taiga and snowy taiga villages. There are even more ways to get your hands on a pumpkin – they have a 15.6% chance of showing up in chests inside shipwrecks, and you may be able to buy one from a wandering trader.

There’s one more way to get hold of a carved pumpkin – if a hostile Minecraft mob spawns during Halloween, there’s a chance they’ll show up sporting a carved pumpkin on their head. In order to steal the pumpkin, you’ll have to kill it with a tool you’ve added Looting to at a Minecraft enchantment table. The chances of it dropping are pretty slim – you’re better off carving your own, which we’ll explain how to do below, before guiding you through the Minecraft pumpkin’s varied uses.

How to carve a pumpkin in Minecraft

Carving a Minecraft pumpkin is simple – use shears on an uncarved pumpkin. You’ll receive four pumpkin seeds, as well as a spooky new friend. It probably goes without saying, but no, you can’t un-carve a Minecraft pumpkin – you’ve brought it into the world, and you’re responsible for it now.

You can craft a jack o’lantern by combining a carved pumpkin with a torch – they provide a small amount of light, and can be placed underwater to illuminate the ocean floor, which is always useful.

Carved pumpkins aren’t just for decoration – they can also be used to create iron or snow golems. You must place four iron blocks in a T shape before popping the carved pumpkin or jack o’lantern on top to make your Minecraft iron golem; for a snow golem, you’ll stack two snow blocks vertically and top it off with your carved pumpkin.

How to make a pumpkin pie in Minecraft

Ah, pumpkin pie. One of the more appealing Minecraft foods available, at least before you add any food-based Minecraft mods into the equation. Here’s how you can whip up a comforting pumpkin pie in your Minecraft kitchen (fancy kitchen not required, but it’s more fun that way).

To make pumpkin pie, combine a pumpkin with sugar and an egg in your crafting table. It’s as simple as that – and eating one restores 8 hunger and 4.8 saturation. If cooking isn’t your forte, apprentice-level farmer villages might trade you four pumpkin pies in exchange for an emerald. You might be able to find them in chests in taiga villages, too.

How to make a Minecraft pumpkin farm

So, now you have a pumpkin pie addiction and you need a constant supply of winter squash. This calls for a pumpkin farm. Hopefully, you didn’t eat your last pumpkin, because you’ll need to shear it for its seeds (or place it in a crafting grid). These seeds need to be planted on hydrated farmland, with an empty spot next to it where the pumpkin can go, as – like melons – they grow a stalk and generate on a neighbouring block. It’s possible for one pumpkin to grow attached to two stems, which isn’t efficient, so you’ll need to make sure each stem has one spawnable spot that doesn’t overlap with another stem’s spawnable spot.

There are pumpkin farm designs of varying efficiency, but the design above is a good place to start – it’s based on a 9×9 grid. Technically, only the middle square needs to be filled with water, but you do need to fill the rest of the row with something, to avoid overlap. This is a manual Minecraft pumpkin farm design – if you want to know how to create an automated pumpkin farm, check out Mysticat’s tutorial on YouTube. These designs also work for Minecraft melon farms in exactly the same way.

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There are a few more cool things you can do with pumpkins – place one under a note block, and it’ll generate didgeridoo sounds when the block is activated. You can also wear the carved pumpkin on your head – it’ll obscure your vision, but you can look at endermen without them getting annoyed at you. If you’re decorating your Minecraft house with pumpkins, why not add a decorative sea pickle on top – it looks just like a stalk.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Inspired Scene Assembled Entirely in Minecraft and the Results Are Incredible – DualShockers

Reddit user Deltagon has once again been a busy bee as they’ve crafted yet another amazing construction in Minecraft. You may have seen Deltagon’s other build that included a Cyberpunk slum that took them 60 hours over a 2 week period to produce where they used a combination of Blender and a program called Mineways to convert the builds into OBJ files. This time, however, Deltagon took inspiration from Cyberpunk 2077’s night city and created beautiful neon-lit towers that they called ‘Cloud City’. As you can see from the image below, the entire scene is utterly crazy to look at and also to believe that this was built in Minecraft but if you look closely, you can certainly see the tale-tell signs of the blocks used. Deltagon’s city is connected by futuristic bridges, fast food outlets and hotels but not only that, check out that gorgeous lighting used that brushes against the sides of the claustrophobic buildings.

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When asked in the comment section how they did the neon lettering take, Deltagon replied “I rendered the build in Cinema 4D. All the neon signs, lighting and clouds are added in there.” Posed with another question about how long it takes to complete this structure and if it serves for any kind of gameplay benefit, they stated that it “takes anywhere from a week to 2 months usually, depending on motivation and how much planning is required. These don’t really have any gameplay purposes as that would take like 3 times longer to make.” Deltagon has a whole page dedicated to their impressive renders so head on over here and check that out. Also, when you get the chance, you can follow them on Twitter, too.

In some other Cyberpunk 2077 news, Detroit: Become Human‘s Bryan Dechart and Amelia Rose Blaire will be lending their voice talents to the upcoming game alongside one of its headlining stars Keanu Reeves, other well-known celebrities and guests such as Grimes and Alanah Pearce have been confirmed to be portraying characters in the game. If you’ll be giving the game a go on PC, you will be pleased to hear that Nvidia’s streaming service, GeForce Now, will allow all Cyberpunk 2077 owners to play it through the company’s streamable high-end PCs as of November 19.

Cyberpunk 2077 will release for PS4Xbox OneGoogle Stadia, and PC on November 19, 2020, followed by its next-gen versions for PS5 and Xbox Series X/Series S at a later date.

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