<p><br/> A very rare early version of Minecraft that was thought to be lost, was discovered almost 10 years after its release. Minecraft alpha 1.1.1 was released for the original Java Edition in September 2010 and was available for about three hours, but now it's been discovered by gaming archivists.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> There have been hundreds of versions of Minecraft over the years, and fans have carefully saved and archived a lot of them in the interest preservation. One version called Alpha 1.1.1, also known as Seecret Sunday, was believed to be lost. It introduced fishing rods and the ability to sneak into Minecraft. However, it was found to have a game-breaking bug which would make the screen completely gray. <a href="">MINECRAFT ONLINE</a> was released within hours.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> @lunasorcery, through Kotaku, told the whole story of its re-discovery on Twitter. As Luna describes, Alpha 1.1.1 had become a meme or even a holy grail within the Minecraft archiving Discord Omniarchive and no one of them expected to discover it.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Someone came across one of Luna's old tweets and she was asked about it. She eventually discovered an archive of minecraft.jar that was on the same date as Alpha 1.1.1's release on September 18, 2010. Luna verified that the file was Alpha 1.1.1 and then posted about it on Omniarchive, which then went down.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> So I put my message on the Omniarchive server and it's an understatement to say that a few people noticed.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Just from the reactions from the reactions, the reality of just the magnitude of this is starts to set in. I feel like I'm shaking.<br/></p>

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