Minecraft - Ender Update

Hey y'all! The awaited Minecraft update is here! And guess what? The Minecraft on Windows 10 and Pocket Edition shall be having most of the features just like the original PC version. Pretty cool huh?

This latest update was released last month on the 19th of December and is being called the Ender Update. The Ender Update has gained an incredible response. The Ender update adds a third dimension to the Minecraft – The End and its symbolic boss battle and the Ender Dragon. And after defeating the dragon you get to wander the islands of the End along with its dark mysterious End Cities. I'd like to also mention a cool site I found called minecraftforfreex.com that has Minecraft free!

You shall come across the new Shulker mob here in the End cities and acquire some awesome purple blocks for the building and they are aptly called purpur, farm chorus plants and you could even cash in the highly sought after Elytra glider from an End ship. Those who have a quest streak in them, you have the ultimate treasure prize to hunt for. There is snow and polar bears with igloos!

Another interesting feature is the 256-block world height which was formerly limited to 128-block ceiling. This height could literally double the height you could build in! The Ender update brings the End Dimension along with End Dragon and number of other features that push the Minecraft Pocket and Windows 10 towards a better and creative version.

Microsoft stated some of the interesting new features when the update was to be released:

  • An interesting feature called World Seed Library assists you in finding worlds with the features you seek. The library shall populate and refresh with variety of some really amazing seeds you could try.
  • Those people, who have a likeness towards cold climates, can find themselves in chilly areas with polar bears and igloos surrounding them.
  • The best part? Music. Yes finally this Minecraft update Pocket Edition brings music to their fans. We are finally getting the original soundtrack of our favourite game.
  • Users could merge their Windows 10 edition counterparts and get to listen to the original soundtrack while playing the game. This is set separately and it's an optional download rather than being a part of the main game download directly.
  • Furthermore, the Oculus Touch input is also being integrated for folks who enjoy playing the Windows 10 edition in VR with the Oculus Rift.

That is some really incredible stuff in one update isn't it? And all of this has come just in five year since Minecraft: Pocket Edition was first launched. Minecraft has been going strong for many years having a large audience that consists of adults and young ones alike. For those who have been strong fans of Minecraft for years that how anxiously and excitedly they have to wait for the new update and The Ender Update not only brings music in the form of an original soundtrack but also gives gamers with The End which according to the developers makes the game a complete loop.


Beavis & Butt-Head in Virtual Stupidity

Those lovable screw-ups from MTV's "Beavis and Butt-Head" star in their very own computer game, due out this Christmas. Cool.

If you enjoy the off-beat comedy of MTV's "Beavis and Butt-Head" half as much as the PC Gamer staff (we can't get enough), you're in for a real treat when Viacom's Beavis and Butt-Head in Virtual Stupidity hits store shelves later in the year.

The script for Virtual Stupidity was written by a number of B&B's regular writers, and features voices provided by the show's creator (he does the voices on the TV show!), Mike Judge. Quite simply, this is one of the funniest computer games we've seen in a long while - and it's also a clever adventure game as well. You see, Beavis and Butt-Head want to join Todd's gang so they'll be cool, but before they can do that they'll have to cut class, try and avoid Mr. Buzzcut, and create a little mayhem.

The actual adventure-game portion is surprisingly challenging, but always manages to reflect the comic goodness of the series. And there are even a few mini-games - like a music box where Beavis and Butt-Head will fart a song for you - to give you a break from the brain-work.


Phantasmagoria: Horror on 7 CDs

Unless you've spent the last couple of years spelunking in Zanzibar, you've already heard of Phantasmagoria. Now it's finally here with all the elements of a big hit: a master story teller in the person of Kings Quests creator Roberta Williams, feature-film quality footage, and a story so rich and elaborate it took a record-setting seven CDs to contain it all.

The tale of Don and Adrienne's bizarre discoveries about their newly-acquired mansion is told in realistic live video. No, you don't watch a movie and then click on a plot option. You run this show.

But the thrill of Phantasmagoria isn't simply the technology, it's also the story. As Adrienne explores her new home, its dusty secrets begin to reveal themselves. The original owner, an illusionist, died in the house after the suspicious disappearances of his many wives. An evil force still inhabits the maze of rooms, and its effect on Don is disturbing, terrifying, and deadly.

With perseverance and wit, you can discover the clues that save Adrienne from Don, and Don from himself. This is truly the kind of game you'll find yourself staying up all night to play. And, with its decidedly macabre storyline, the middle of the night may be Phantasmagoria's finest hour.


The most film footage ever shot for a CD game lends Phantasmagoria the sinister qualities of a great horror feature film.


Players control every movement of Adrienne -- and this game doesn't "show" you anything. You have to find it.


Unneccessary Roughness Review

The top-down perspective gives you a lot more to view than any of the others. It's quite helpful when deciding who to pass to and when.

Get ready, football fans, it's time for one of the best-looking football sims yet. You can play as either the San Francisco 49ers or the Dallas Cowboys in this hot new demo from Accolade. You'll have a comprehensive play-book, and you'll even be able to create you own plays if you want. If you've ever dreamed of coaching a team or throwing the winning passes, this game's for you.

There are several options you can control in this demo. From toggling referees to wind speed, you can make gameplay as hard or as easy as you like. You can even toggle fatigue in your players, or choose to play as a coach and call the plays, or call the plays and run them. There are only a few things missing in this demo. You play only one quarter of a game, and you can choose whether that's three to fifteen minutes. Season play is disabled, but you can still look at the menus to see what it would look like. The construction mode is still active, though, so you can tweak and create plays for defense and offense as much as you like. You can also try out the practice drills, where you sharpen your skills at punting, kickoffs, and field goals.

You might want to control the game with the keyboard, but we recommend using a gamepad. If you use the keyboard, you can control the movement of the players with the keypad arrows. When you choose a play from the play-book, press the letter corresponding to the play you like. You can flip through the pages of the book with the Z and C keys. If you use the gamepad or joystick to choose a play, you have to move the stick in the direction indicated next to the name of the play and press button two. To flip through the pages, move the stick to the bottom corners. For more information on how to play the game, check out the General Help option from the main menu.

TECHNICAL NOTE: This demo may not work too well with some video cards. If you are having problems, you may have to load a vesa driver like UNIVESA.EXE. If you load UNIVESA and start the demo and you can't see the screen, exit the demo and then run it again. Running it the second time initializes the driver properly. If you cannot read the screen the first time, you can exit by letting it load for a few seconds, and pressing escape. This will give you the prompt to exit, and you can hit return to exit the game. Also, this demo requires quite a bit of memory. If you're trying to run it through our front end, you may not have enough. Exit our front end, go to DOS, and run the demo by moving to the directory with "cd\ur96demo" and then type "ur96demo". This may be a lot of trouble, but we assure you that it's worth it.

There are several views available in this demo. You can cycle through them by using the number keys on the top of the keyboard. We suggest pressing 7 for an overhead view. It works best when trying to figure out when to pass to your receivers. Otherwise, it’s difficult to see how well they are covered.



DeathKeep is D&D dungeon delving the way you like it -- fast, furious, and fun!
Fight your way through more than 25 eerie dungeons, each with 8 levels. Explore icy caverns, 3 ominous towers and a fantastic final dungeon!
Battle over 30 different monsters. Avoid insidious traps. Solve brain-busting puzzles.
Jump, fly, and even fall if you're not careful. The 3-D environment means you can look up, down, and all around.
Everything you view is in a natural perspective -- including the evil Necromancer who waits at the end of your journey!