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It’s almost the day we’ve all been waiting for: Minecon 2012 is kicking off tomorrow and Curse is here for you to lean on, whether you’re going or not! Curse and the Minecraftforum.net team are on the scene, so be sure to drop by our booth and say hi! We’re hosting a scavenger hunt with some SERIOUS prizes: Shapeways: $300 Shapeways Gift Certificate
J!NX: €100 Gift Certificate (x5)
Intel® : x4 Intel® Solid-State Drives (x2 intel® SSD of 240Gb & x2 Intel® SSD 480Gb)
57Digital: iPad Mini
Microsoft: Xbox + Minecraft Download
CraftStudio: Xbox Kinect Bundle
Curse: Alienware M14x Laptop (courtesy of Alienware!)For more information on Minecon, check out this article on Curse! But we’re not done yet. We’ve added more features to the Curse Client to help you back up, restore, and manage your saved games for Minecraft, including the ability to store worlds on a cloud. Saved Worlds: Each individual world on your computer can be locally backed up for safe keeping! In addition to showing when a world was last backed up, the “More Info” tab will show you your health, level, and the number of items in your inventory, as well as give you the ability to share your world’s seed with a simple click to copy option. Any saves listed on this screen can be restored.
Quicksave: In regular intervals, the Client will create a quicksave of any given world — These can also be created upon hitting the escape key. If you manage to fall into some lava, have a creeper destroy all your hard work, or just want to go on an NPC rampage without there being consequences, the Quick Saves will have you covered. Just click to restore the world back to its previous state!
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