We have been receiving reports of crash bugs, and “Mild” save file corruption from users of the v2.10 update of CraftWorld. This is a result of increased complexity to the underlying save system for mid-complexity block types. This has been repaired in v2.11. We are still testing files from the cloud to ensure full compatibility and repair to existing v2.9 to v2.10 converts.
This includes missing water, dye colours and absent rotations in addition to the missing doors and trap doors.
We have also improved the creative mode, granting access to a total of five types of fences, five types of stairs, five types of gates and also new dyes and block types that are unique to creative mode. Survival mode has also received crafting templates for the new fences, gates and stairs. The v1.12 update will include a new range of books to assist in creating these items, and many more without the need to flip through the massive Craftapedia.
We will be submitting within the next 72 hours. Stay tuned.
This update is a very very important update to all current BlockWorld players. This addresses the greifing issues that are putting a dent in the fun that BlockWorld brings. There is a leak in the current privacy settings that allows players to join private worlds. The boot option in v1.2 is also re-worked to be much easier to use, and faster to boot errant players.
In addition to this, a new window of content will be added to creative mode, with new stairs, fences and dyes to add to your worlds. Water and buckets are also now accessible.
The v1.3 update will include new dyes, and also more advanced greifing measures such as blacklisting from your Xbox and edit permissions for visitors to your world. We are also adding a range of new weaponry to the combat game type.
Users have also reported issues of crashes, and been gracious enough to send photographs from their smartphones of the reports. Unlike the WP7 branch of this project, there is no reporting system avail bile to us developers on the Xbox 360. We rely on accurate bug reports, that include images. The other way to look at this, is that it won’t get fixed unless you let us know!
This update will also be submitted within the next 72 hours, and hopefully approved within a week.
Thank you for reading!