Reinstating Legacy Console Edition features (minigames, tutorial map)
(I didn't see a dedicated Bedrock topic, so I've put it here - feel free to relocate)
As a child, Minecraft was all about playing with my siblings. We made sprawling Creative worlds bursting with creativity, making everything from haphazard structures created at a thought's whim connected with minecart rails, to actual cities with working roads and huge skyscrapers. We messed around with every tutorial world, searching for every music disc and blowing up all the cool structures in the best ways we knew how. I distinctly remember getting demolished by my brother at Battle Mode and Glide for hours on end while the snow came down outside in the December holidays.
Unfortunately, as a byproduct of Bedrock Edition becoming the default edition superseding the Xbox 360/One Editions, we have lost these games. I feel like this has taken away a bit of Minecraft's character. I don't really understand why they were never replaced - they even had additional content you could purchase, and the tutorial worlds that came with every major update were such a staple of the game I'm shocked I've forgotten they existed for so long.
So, I suggest returning these local minigames and the ~yearly tutorial worlds. The Minecraft Store has a maps section - even if all that was done was putting the past tutorial worlds in there as a pack, I'd be pretty happy! And even more so if the old minigames were put there as a pack, if putting them in the title screen wasn't feasible.
Thanks for considering!
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