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Minecraft 3D Shareware v1.34
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Edition

Java Edition

Fecha de publicación

1 de abril de 2019

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Versión de datos

1943

3D Shareware v1.34 es una versión lanzada durante el "April Fools' Day" (Día de los inocentes de abril), llamada oficialmente Minecraft 3D.[1] En esta versión se incluyen varias rederencias a juegos de los años 90, y representa una versión alternativa del juego en la versión 19w13b.

Según los desarrolladores, Minecraft 3D Shareware v1.34 es una "versión antigua" de Minecraft lanzada el 1 de abril de 1994, de la cual "solo se crearon un puñado de copias", una de las cuales fue descubierta "entre toda la basura" de los sótanos en las antiguas oficinas de Mojang. En su momento, se dijo que era "una obra maestra de todos los tiempos", con "tecnología de vanguardia" y que ganó muchos premios,[1] aunque todo era parte de la broma.

Contenidos añadidos[]

Items[]

Llave roja
  • Según su lore, el "abre puertas Rojas".
  • Es droppeada por el wither.
  • Se puede conseguir mediante barriles.
LLave azul
  • Según su lore, el "abre puertas Azules".
  • Es droppeada por el elder guardian.
  • Se puede conseguir mediante barriles.
Llave amarilla
  • Según su lore, "abre puertas Amarillas".
  • Es droppeado por los ravagers.
  • Se puede conseguir mediante barriles.
3D

Según su lore, es "delicioso (tasty)".

  • Comiendolo en superviviencia cuando la barra de hambre es más baja de lo lleno mostrará una foto del elenco de desarrolladores de Minecraft.
  • Droppeado por los creepers summoneado por el código modificado "NEEEERD".

General[]

Modo Jefe
  • Al pulsar B se mostrará una captura de pantalla de un programa de trabajo ofimático tipo DOS de principios de los noventa.
Tamaño de pantalla
  • El tamaño de la pantalla se puede aumentar y disminuir con la tecla F7 y F8 respectivamente.
    • Un borde con la texture de la tierra disminuirá o aumentará, dependiendo del tamaño de la pantalla.
Códigos de trucos
  • Al escribir los siguientes códigos de trucos (no necesariamente en el chat) se mostrará un mensaje y se activará una acción: Plantilla:Testingame
Codigo de truco Mensaje Acción
POWEROVERWHELMING Nothing can stop you! Hace que el jugador sea invencible al daño. El hambre no disminuirá y las turbas ignorarán al jugador, como si éste estuviera en modo Creativo.
PIGSONTHEWING FLYING=VERY YES Permite al jugador volar, incluso en supervivencia.
FLASHAAAAA Gordon's ALIVE! Otorga al jugador los efectos de Impulso de salto, Velocidad y Prisa durante 1 minuto.
MOREDAKKA Got all equipment! Da al jugador objetos sobrepotenciados.
IDKFA Got all keys! Le da al jugador las 3 llaves.
COWSCOWSCOWS There is no cow level (but obfuscated) Nada.
HOWDOYOUTURNTHISON VROOM! Invoca un caballo muy rápido. Esto es una referencia al juego RTS de Microsoft de 1999, Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings', que utiliza el mismo código de trucos pero con espacios para engendrar un coche Cobra muy rápido.
NEEEERD Special creeper has been spawned nearby! Invoca a un creeper especial. Lleva una bata de laboratorio y gafas, y deja caer un objeto "3D" al matarlo.
Modo pesadilla obligatorio
  • Al cargar el juego después de haber seleccionado esto en el menú "Dificultad", el jugador perderá salud constantemente hasta morir, y su mensaje de muerte se mostrará como "<nombre de jugador> era demasiado blando para este mundo"
    • Cuando un mob/jugador ataca al jugador antes de morir, el mensaje de muerte será "<nombre de jugador> era demasiado blando para este mundo (<mob/jugador> ayudó)"
  • Al pasar por encima del botón en el menú, aparecerá un tinte rojizo debajo de la pantalla

Cambios[]

Bloques[]

Barril
  • Tiene un modelo de cartelera en 2D con fuego encima que siempre está de cara al jugador, similar a una bola de fuego.
  • Al cerrar un barril, éste provocará una explosión si está vacío, de lo contrario el sonido de cierre del barril tartamudeará sin parar. La explosión no destruirá los bloques.
  • Se generará aleatoriamente en todo el mundo.
    • Al generarse, tendrá la nueva tabla de botín "bonus_barrel", que puede contener ballestas llamadas "BFC9000" con un encantamiento de Multishot 1–12, y puede tener varios tipos de armaduras y armas encantadas, flechas con punta de efecto aleatorio y pociones de efecto aleatorio (de salpicadura y persistentes). Esto es una referencia a Doom's BFG 9000
    • También se puede generar en el the Nether y End.
  • Dispararles hará que exploten. Esta explosión destruirá los bloques, a diferencia de la explosión producida al cerrar los barriles vacíos.
Loot

Plantilla:Seealso In Java Edition, each bonus barrel chest contains items drawn from 2 pools, with the following distribution:

Item Stack Size [FN 1] Weight [FN 2] Chance [FN 3] Avg.
per chest
[FN 4]
Avg. # chests
to search
[FN 5]
1–4× 1–4×
Nothing[FN 6] 1162466.7%0.6671.5
Red Key 152420.8%0.2084.8
Arrow[FN 7] 1–2012210.9%1.1939.2
Random Tipped Arrow[FN 8] 1–2012210.9%1.1939.2
Enchanted Bow[FN 9] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Stone Sword[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Random Lingering Potion[FN 8] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Random Potion[FN 8] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Random Splash Potion[FN 8] 112210.9%0.1149.2
BFC9000[FN 11] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Leather Cap[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Leather Tunic[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Leather Pants[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Leather Boots[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Iron Sword[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Iron Helmet[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Iron Chestplate[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Iron Leggings[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Iron Boots[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Diamond Sword[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Diamond Helmet[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Diamond Chestplate[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Diamond Leggings[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Enchanted Diamond Boots[FN 10] 112210.9%0.1149.2
Yellow Key 12248.3%0.08312.0
Blue Key 11244.2%0.04224.0



Criaturas[]

Elder Guardian
  • Ahora droppea una llave azul.
Ravager
  • Ahora droppea una llave amarilla.
Wither
  • Ahora dropea una llave roja.
Creeper
  • Ahora tiene una etiqueta NBT llamada d20 que determina si el enredador es un nerd.
Renderizado
  • La mayor parte de las entidades se renderizan a través de billboarding, que explica el modelo 2D del barril anterior.
    • Una excepción es el jugador.

Gameplay[]

  • The game always runs in demo mode, even if no --demo flag is present, which is why no Realms button exists.
    • Like normal, after a 5 in-game day counter, the player is unable to use, break or place any blocks, at which point attempting to do so will show a message that the demo has expired, but normally the player can start a new world, but in this case the player cannot play anymore unless they delete or rename their world file and create a new one.
  • The maximum level of Multishot is now 12.
  • Higher levels of Multishot now fire more arrows.
  • Pop-ups will appear randomly saying "Next disc required", similar to the "Minecraft Demo mode" pop-up, telling the player to "Insert disc (random number) into drive A and press ENTER", if the player presses a button besides ↵ Enter it will say "I said ENTER!" in red text below the message. If the player presses ↵ Enter the popup will disappear.
  • Upon selecting an "episode" and difficulty, the player will be prompted to a traditional Minecraft Demo popup. Clicking "Open registration form" will have the game create a text document called "ORDER.TXT" which contains several fake games and merchandise which the player can "order" in the "MOJANG ORDER SHEET" which appears to ship your purchase to "Mojang PC Repair and Software AB" in Stockholm, Sweden.
    • The fake games/merchandise are as listed below:
      • "MineCraft 3D - Immersive virtual-reality mining simulation with intense crafting capabilities! Our freshest and radicalest game!"
      • "MineCraft 3D: Deeper and darker - Gigantic expansion pack: 3 new ores, 7 new weapons and 11 new enemy variants. Including Buff Crepper Plantilla:Sic and Evilshroom II!"
      • "MineCraft 3D: Mines of North Pole - Obligatory holiday map pack. Ideal for X-mas '94!"
      • "MineCraft 3D: Strategy Guide - Only the hottest of tips, guides and cheats! Mandatory for every pickaxe maniac!"
      • "MineCraft 3D: Themed PC-Speaker Set - Collectors' item! Guarantees best sound experience!"
      • "MineCraft 3D: Sticket Plantilla:Sic set - "Better than nothing". Ideal for your younger sibling!"
      • "[COMMING Plantilla:Sic SOON] MineCraft 3D: Action figurine set - You have to acquire them all!"
      • "MineCraft 2 - Classic 2D Minecraft experience. If you haven't played it yet, shame on you!" (possible reference to the Java Edition 2.0 April Fools' update)
      • "MineCraft 2: Swedish Parliamentary Elections edition - Finally, the expansion pack you've been waiting for!"
      • "MineCraft 2: All the guns! - 'Nuff said"
      • "Fermented Herring Simulator VII - Why do you keep asking for this?"
      • "Fermented Herring Simulator VII: Thorium Pack - No! Really, stop!"
      • "Fermented Herring Simulator VII: Scratch and sniff"
      • "Doom 2 - Completely not related to other games named Doom. This one is about gardening."
    • The document has several typos that seem to be intentional.
    • According to the document, "Orders must be received by April 1st 1995 or while stocks last".
Difficulty
  • When selecting difficulty in the "Select difficulty" menu each mode is displayed differently than is in-game:
    • Peaceful is "Hello, NoobVille"
    • Easy is "Filthy casual!"
    • Normal is "Lemon curry?"
    • Hard is "eXtreme to the maXxXxX!"
    • "Obligatory nightmare mode" functions the same as hard, but the player will continually receive damage.

General[]

Loading Screen
  • The loading screen will at first appear similar to a DOS command prompt, displaying "By 1991–1994 Mojang Repair and Software... Loading Minecraft 3D" and several other pieces of information.
    • Shortly after this prompt the screen will switch to a pure white background, with a version of the Mojang logo appearing in the center of the screen, floating around, rotating and growing bigger as it gets closer until it comes to a halt at the center of the screen, displaying the company name MOJANG underneath it with a person saying "Mojang!" similar to how "Sega!" would be said on a Sega start up screen.
  • A prompt above the loading- and title screens will display the message "UNREGISTERED VERSION" in green text against a red background scrolling from left to right.
Title screen
  • "Demo mode" is always set to "true".
  • The "Play Demo World" button is now labeled as "Select episode"
    • Clicking on it will display a list of five "episodes", only one of which is actually accessible, the others only "Available in registered version". The list of episodes as follows:
      • "The player is you!" (the only accessible episode)
      • "Knee-deep in lava"
      • "Not just the endermen"
      • "Removing Herobrine"
      • "All these worlds are yours except..."
  • The "Reset Demo World" button is now labeled as "ModemPlay(TM)" and clicking on it will display "Blip blop".
    • Clicking on it again will display "Nej!" (No! in Swedish) until the player reloads the title screen.
    • The button is always available even if the demo world doesn't exist.
  • A large image of a rotating 3D logo will be displayed next to splashes.
HUD
  • Health and armor are displayed as percentages
    • The display slots are empty in Creative mode
  • The player's head and torso is displayed as a portrait, with the head randomly turning left and right.
  • Hunger is displayed as a Raw Beef icon on top of a Bone
    • Only the bone is displayed in Creative mode
  • The hotbar is displayed as a 3×3 grid, with the top-left slot being the first and the bottom-right being the ninth.
  • Experience is no longer displayed
  • Horse jump bar is displayed at the top of the screen
  • Air bubbles are displayed above the hotbar
Pause screen
  • Clicking the "Give Feedback" button will show a message telling players to "send us a postcard" containing the address of the Mojang Studios office.
Exit screen
  • When exiting the game, an additional screen will appear that displays "Thank you for playing MineCraft 3D!" and imitates a command prompt, which can be closed out by pressing any key.
Sounds
  • The Mojang jingle heard when starting up this version is a parody of the SEGA jingle, most commonly heard during the early 1990s.
  • In place of the traditional clicking sound made normally when clicking on buttons in the menus, a more explosion-like sound will play.
  • All sounds have been converted to sound more "8-bit".

Video[]

Issues[]

  • 3D Shareware v1.34 is not supported due to being an April Fools' joke, and therefore issues affecting it will be closed as "Invalid" in the issue tracker.[2]

Trivia[]

  • This version has the same protocol and data version with 13w42a/b and 19w13b respectively, despite being incompatible.
  • The only world created in this version is named "MoJang Presents" and saved under "shareware" (seen with other versions).
  • Reloading the resources via F3 + T will briefly show the game without shaders. Changing language or changing resource packs in the settings will also remove the shaders for the duration of the loading screen.
  • Inside the JAR file, it contains a sound.sys file under the assets/minecraft folder. This file is a Printfox bitmap, containing the image of the developer cast of Minecraft, shown after eating the "3D" item.
  • Color phrases of the keys (e.g. "Opens Blue doors") are translated to the selected language of the game.
  • The file loading.png contains the text found when starting/exiting the game. At the bottom of the image, the word "Cheeky!" can be seen, which cannot be seen during normal gameplay.
  • If the internal server kicks the player from the game it will then display the multiplayer server select screen, which should be normally inaccessible (since this version is in demo mode). This can be triggered manually by using /kick @s.
  • The text in the loading screen saying "Loading MINECRAF.WAD" is a reference to the file format (.wad) commonly used for storing data in the games Doom and its sequel Doom II, most likely because according to this version's backstory, Minecraft 3D was made 5 months after the initial release of the second Doom game "Doom II" (1994).
    • The file is named MINECRAF.WAD and not MINECRAFT.WAD per the 8.3 filename convention of the time limiting filenames (excluding the file extension) to 8 characters.
  • The Red, Blue and Yellow keys are also a reference to Doom and Doom II, which used the three keycard system extensively throughout much of their level designs. The IDKFA code also comes from the Doom games and, much like its functionality here, provides the player with the three keycards when typed in-game. The crossbow named BFC9000 found in barrels is most likely another reference to Doom, as there is a very powerful weapon in Doom called the BFG9000. Knee-Deep in Lava is also another reference to the first episode of Doom, Knee Deep in the Dead
  • The "Thank you for playing MineCraft 3D!" text on the exit screen is a reference to the "Thank you for playing Wing Commander." message from the game Wing Commander, which was actually an error message that was changed to the thank you message to hide the error.[3]
  • Several cheat codes and their output messages are references.
    • PIGSONTHEWING granting flight is a reference to the Pink Floyd song, "Pigs on the wing"
    • HOWDOYOUTURNTHISON is a reference to a cheat code from Age of Empires II. In that game, the cheat code, how do you turn this on (case-insensitive, spaces are required as this is entered into the in-game chat) spawns a Cobra car unit at a town center owned by the player. This code has become a meme in the general gaming community (details on Know Your Meme).
      • The Cobra car from Age of Empires 2 is an extremely fast unit, much faster than any non-cheat unit, which is referenced by that the Minecraft cheat code summons an excessively fast horse.
      • This is not the first Age of Empires reference Mojang added into Minecraft, the other one being the evokers' sheep conversion spell and the associated "wololo" sound.
    • The COWSCOWSCOWS cheat and its output, "There is no cow level", reference a meme from the Diablo community. The alleged cow level didn't exist in the first Diablo, when the rumors started and the phrase became a meme, but was added as an easter egg in Diablo II. See a wiki article on the subject.
    • The cheat code POWEROVERWHELMING is a reference to the invincibility cheat from Starcraft and Starcraft: Brood War. Later, a Hearthstone card is called Power Overwhelming.
    • MOREDAKKA is a reference to an Ork World from Warhammer 40K, Moredakka. The cheat's effect likely refers to an internet meme where the phrase "More Dakka" is used to mean "more firepower." This is spawned from the fact that in the Ork's language, "Dakka" means "Attack," "Shoot," "Noisy weapon," or "Fight." Orks believe that a gun needs to be loud in order to be effective, so they make their guns as loud as possible to enhance their performance. As such, Ork Shootas (Rifles) and Sluggas (Pistols) tend to make a lot of noise when shot.
    • FLASHAAAAA is a reference to the song Flash by Queen, and the output text "Gordon's ALIVE!" is a reference to the 1980 film Flash Gordon, which had a soundtrack largely composed, performed, and produced by Queen.
    • The output text for PIGSONTHEWING, "Flying = Very Yes", is likely a reference to the FLAGRANT SYSTEM ERROR VIRUS = VERY YES.[4] in Strongbad Email #118.[5]
  • The name of the sound played when the Mojang logo is shown is called awesome_intro, and the sound file name is called bim_bom.ogg.
  • Boss Mode is a reference to boss keys, keyboard shortcuts that certain games included in the 90s. When pressed, a boss key would pull up a blank terminal or a fake screen of a productivity program, meant to hide the fact that the user was playing games during work hours.

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