Some of the changes made are:
- Bow Enchantments
- Golden Apple recipe
- New language translations.
- Slightly smoothed color transitions between biomes
- Reduced brewing time to 20 seconds
- Added spawn eggs to creative (the colors of the eggs even look like the mobs)
- Added world type options (currently only super-flat and default)
- Removed collision box from ladders
- Sheep eat grass and regain their wool
- Plus many bug fixes!
For more changes check out this Reddit thread. Also, the JOB Minecraft server will be updated this evening around 7pm Central Time (US).
You’ve only got a few hours left in Steam’s Holiday Sale so grab anything you see on sale that might be of interest to you any time during the upcoming year. If you’ve been holding out for a price to drop any lower than it is – go ahead and pick it up because it’s not going to drop any lower.
Also, take a look at your friend’s wishlists and spread the love. Cheap games always make a great late Christmas present!
There’s been a lot of discussion about SWTOR since it’s launch on the 20th. Some of it good, some of it bad. One thing I want to point out is the large number of people who have been warned/banned because of language. Below is a screenshot from the forums in which a player named Irishdrunk was issued a warning for swearing in tells to his friends.
There were no reports made for the language, rather Bioware must have a screen that all whispers go through and will issue automatic warnings when you drop the f-bomb. This isn’t an isolated case, if you click the links in the third sentence of this post you’ll find others who have had this same problem. So just be warned – don’t swear in SWTOR. Despite there being a language filter and despite the offending words being used in private tells between you and a friend, you could possibly find yourself with a warning or a ban. If you’re banned, you cannot change payment information while banned so you will be charged recurring fees even while your account is banned.
Take this with a grain of salt of course… because it was on the internet and half of what I find/read on the internet is usually made up. But there do seem to be a fair amount of people experiencing it and it’s sometimes better to just watch your language instead.