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Composting Is Now Available In Minecraft

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Composting Is Now Available In Minecraft

In the last update Mojang has released the new composter block, this allow players make fertilizer from old plants and veggies, it’s crafted with three planks and four fences take a look at the image below:

Fans had already created mods adding their own custom composter blocks into the game, like this mod added last year. But now composting is part of the vanilla Minecraft experience.

While the new composting block is useful for turning excess crops into bone meal, players are also using the new block for decorations purposes. Some Minecraft fans think they look like bee hives and are using the compost blocks as fake bee hives.

Players can put some seed, plants or food in the new block, given enough materials players will harvest bone meal, in order to try this new feature you’ll have to activate snapshots in the Minecraft launcher, for now this is PC only, but in the following weeks this new block should be available on other versions of the game.

This is what’s new in the newest update of Minecraft:

  • Added the Compost
  • Added Barrel sounds
  • Added Grindstone sounds
  • Added Sweet Berry Bush sounds
  • Added placement and break sounds for crops and Netherwart
  • Added sounds for Blast Furnace and Smoker
  • Changed Campfire model and texture
  • Fixed bugs

About Mojang:

Mojang AB is a games studio based in Stockholm, Sweden.

We were founded in 2009 by Markus “Notch” Persson. He’s also the creator of our best-selling game to date: Minecraft. Since then, we’ve released our second game, the card-collecting tactical battler Scrolls, and have dabbled in publishing with Oxeye Game Studio’s awesome side-scrolling robo-blaster Cobalt. We’re developing more games, too, but we’re not ready to talk about those quite yet.

In 2014, Mojang was bought by Microsoft. The acquisition hasn’t changed much about our company – we still release and support our games on multiple platforms, including iOS, Playstation and  Windows and Xbox.

If you’re interested you can read the full patch notes in – Here.

Read the full article at – Kotaku.

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