If not the latest, what is your favorite version of Minecraft?

iGeekFace

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I personally preferred Minecraft when it was super basic, like right after beta.
 

froobynooby

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Beta 1.7 really stands out in my memory as a great version, but this might just be because I wasn't a huge fan of beta 1.8. I found the terrain more interesting in 1.7 (and earlier) and feel that after 1.8 everything looked a bit more dull. I also liked not having a hunger bar and being able to fire a bow like a machine gun.

All that said, can't say there's been an update since that I haven't liked.
 
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TubaTyler

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Beta 1.7 really stands out in my memory as a great version, but this might just be because I wasn't a huge fan of beta 1.8. I found the terrain more interesting in 1.7 (and earlier) and feel that after 1.8 everything looked a bit more dull. I also liked not having a hunger bar and being able to fire a bow like a machine gun.

All that said, can't say there's been an update since that I haven't liked.
I totally agree with your comment about 1.8, that's around the time frame that I took a break from Minecraft. Every update between then and now just seemed really small, slow, or boring
 

Elijahzeal

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My favourite has been 1.14 so far. I really enjoy building, so having all of the new black variants is really helpful when it comes to mega builds; it means I can create a better depth field and give a realistic measure to the creations.
 

MrPistachios

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so far each update has become my favorite haha, other than all the new lag problems, the new blocks and content has been bringing back a lot of players so my server has become more alive which is usually what makes me enjoy playing so much more
 

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