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Minecraft 1.17.10 – What’s interesting?
Developers from Mojang Studios have released Minecraft PE 1.17.10 update Caves & Cliffs. There are some interesting new features in this update. For example, a new material has appeared in the underworld that is not so easy to get – amethyst. Also, the developers have worked on fixing bugs.
Amethyst and Amethyst Geode
New material Minecraft PE 1.17.10. In order to get the amethyst, the user will have to go down into the caves. Here he needs to find a Amethyst Geode . It consists of three layers: outer, middle and inner. The outer layer is composed of smooth basalt, while the middle layer is composed of calcite.
In the inner layer in Minecraft 1.17.10, you can find blooming amethyst, buds and amethyst blocks . There are often times when an amethyst geode blocks the passage. It is also worth noting that you only need to mine amethyst with an iron, diamond or netherite pickaxe.
Interesting: Amethyst geode with a 95% chance of being generated with a crack, through which the inner layer is immediately accessible.
In Minecraft PE 1.17.10, the player has the opportunity to follow what is happening far from him. And it became available with the help of a telescope . To craft this item, you need to use two copper ingots and one amethyst shard.
The spyglass has a unique usage animation that is visible when playing in third person mode. When used, a square vignette appears, which is similar to the effect of using a carved pumpkin.
Another interesting innovation in Minecraft 1.17.10. The candle is a new light source that can even be mounted on a cake. Four candles can be installed on one block at once. To craft this item, you must use honeycomb and thread .
As mentioned earlier, in Minecraft PE 1.17.10, the developers have worked on the following bugs:
- clock and compass worked in the recipe book;
- crash that could occur when moving a structure with a command to an unloaded area.