Jonny, and Joel speculate on their coverage of Minecraft Live coming up on October 15, then discuss listener email on rebalancing the grindstone, the potential of redstone lanterns, and neon signs, and how some players pace their Minecraft play leading up to new releases of the game.
Joel, and Jonny cover the new experimental villager trade changes in the latest Minecraft: Java Edition Pre-release, and discuss villager trade feedback via listener email before sharing their own thoughts on the new Cartographer, and Armorer trades.
Joel welcomes Tadpole Milk to the podcast talk about the latest Java Edition bug fixes, playing Minecraft with your kids, and the challenges of streaming Minecraft for both new, and more experienced content creators.
Joel, and Jonny share where they are with their current Minecraft projects, field listener feedback about items despawning, and Deep Dark mending, then discuss if Minecraft players want the game to be easier, and how to decide on the right mod for the job.
Jonny, and Joel review Mojang’s new procedures on moderating player names, and player skins, keep new hostile mob reach at arms length, and read listener email about villager trading, controlled enchanting, and the importance of the Minecraft community.
Joel, and Jonny vibe with the latest Minecraft snapshot update to skulk sensor frequencies, hear listener feedback on villager trading, and the idea of an in-game Minecraft codex strikes a chord.
Jonny, and Joel discuss the two way street for Minecraft: Bedrock Edition parity, Bedrock Beta & Preview news, then review the proposed changes to villager trading in the latest Minecraft: Java Edition snapshot.
Joel, and Jonny stick their noses into the idea of a spell book in Minecraft, answer listener email about the challenges of translating urban architecture into blocks, and discuss the pleasures, and pitfalls of perfectionism in Minecraft.
Jonny, and Joel simmer through their latest summer builds in Minecraft, answer listener email about the challenges of in-game potion brewing, and discuss how avid Minecraft players often see the world around them.
Joel, and Jonny bring everyone up to speed on the latest parity changes to Minecraft Bedrock Edition, then answer listener email about dark archaeology, modding made too easy, the enchanting brain twister, and a predicament placing pink petals.
Jonny, and Joel share what’s new in their Minecraft worlds, answer listener email about trimming up villager trades, and wandering camels, then discuss common player set challenges in Minecraft.
Joel, and Jonny take a look at the change to official Minecraft information on Reddit, answer listener email about trading for armour templates, and discuss if villagers, and professions should be updated with new features as Minecraft continues expand content.
Jonny, and Joel ponder the start of production on The Minecraft Movie, answer listener questions about modern Minecraft, and more mellow updates, and share what features they’ve been engaging with the most in Trails & Tales.
Joel, and Jonny catch everyone up on their archaeology adventures, and early plans for Trails & Tales, then answer listener email about chest boat mobile homes, suspiciously absent dirt, and silky smooth, overpowered enchantments.
Jonny, and Joel share the details of the release of Minecraft 1.20 Trails & Tales, field listener email about armour trim, and break down their Trails & Tales to-do lists from top of mind, to somewhere down the line.
Joel, and Jonny review the final tweaks, and checks to Minecraft 1.20 Trails & Tales before it’s release on June 7th, share a listener recommendation on how to make Minecraft gameplay look like the Minecraft release trailers, and take a look back at their experiences in Minecraft 1.19 The Wild Update.
Jonny, and Joel review the latest changes in Minecraft 1.20 Pre-release 5, and 6, answer listener email about texture technique, and discuss what they look for in new world seeds ahead of the Trails & Tales release, coming June 7th.
Joel, and Jonny review the bug fixes in the Minecraft Trails & Tales pre-release versions put out this past week, spot complimentary colours naturally generating in Minecraft, prepare for the next update, and discuss magic in Minecraft in email sent in by listeners.
Jonny, and Joel cover the bug fixes, and changes in the new pre-release for Minecraft Trails & Tales, discuss a listener’s idea of armor trim mini buffs, then Joel breaks down the artistic tools he brings to Minecraft, and how he applies them to his builds in game.
Joel, and Jonny talk telemetry, and advancement changes in the latest Minecraft: Java Edition snapshot, discuss historical build accuracy via listener email, and share their thoughts on re-doing old Minecraft builds.
Jonny, and Joel review the latest Minecraft: Java Edition snapshot, stop to sniff the flowers in the chunk mail inbox, and share their first impressions of the new music coming to Minecraft: Trails & Tales.
Joel, and Jonny review the light changes in the latest Minecraft: Java Edition snapshot for Trails & Tales, answer listener email about minor releases, and modded mindset, then dive banner first into their full review of Minecraft Legends.
Jonny, and Joel share the latest Minecraft 1.20 changes, and parity updates in the latest Bedrock Edition Preview, get ready for the Minecraft Legends launch, and answer listener email about block tags, gold armor trim, snowy sniffers, and outgrowing a long term Minecraft world.
Joel, and Jonny run down the changes to the sculk family of blocks in the latest Minecraft: Java Edition snapshot, answer listener email about pitcher plants, and spore blossoms, and Jonny shares his hands-on experience with Minecraft Legends from a creator event in London.