Minecraft is a first-person fighter/sandbox construction game created by Mojang AB.
Why not have something like this in the PC version? So we don't have to reference the wiki if we can't remember how to make something.
agree. though should be optional.
So far, the pocket editions and Xbox have this. why not mac and PC? :T
sure, I'm a walking minepedia, but that's beside the point.
they do have it, it's a mod called "Crafting Table II" it shows what you can make with what's in your inventory.
or you could always get Craft Guide or Risugami's Recapie Book
mods =/= minecraft.
Exactly, those mods conflict with some others I use and consider essential. Can't remember which ones though.
Actually mods are part of minecraft. Remember pistons or alchemy mod? They just would have to implement it. ;)
while cool, they still seem alien and rushed. pistons are buggy, alchemy is strange and cauldrons have no real good use.
Hey will there be a ps3 version?
No there will not be a "Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition" for PlayStation 3. From what I've heard, Microsoft and Mojang had an agreement.
I hear the PS3 people aren't playing ball with Mojang, and there is no PS3 version.
why is the crafting like that?
its beter on pc!!!
its like the mincraft on the appstore on ipod
Why minecraft is not on the psvita ?
the same reason it's not on the Ps3.
it is on the Sony Xperia Play, which doubles as a smartphone and a basic portable Playstation.
@All wondering why this isn't on the PC version:
I'm guessing that they think it's unnecessary because on the PC you can just hop onto the wiki, whereas with other devices that's not always possible or anywhere near as easy.
I'd love to see it as part of the game because sometimes looking up how to craft something almost feels like cheating...
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