Recently, I have been revisiting and listening to the music that was played during mini games in Minecraft Legacy Console Edition (most notably tumble). I have noticed that this music was outstanding, and really fit the mood whilst playing the mini games themselves. However, in Bedrock Edition (and, if I am correct, Java Edition as well), there is no trace of them in the game and its files. I think it would be an outstanding idea to somehow restore the music back into the game.
Now, this could be done in many different ways, but it should be done the right way. For example, the music could be added in the form of music disks. However, there are far too many tracks for this simple idea, and it would make the music disk selection much more dense than it should be. Now, the developers, using their knowledge, could somehow do this. Like putting multiple tracks on one disk, sort of like an album. Or just simply adding the music for commands only. Though, this would make it a bit less interesting, especially for survival players. Maybe have more dramatic music play during raids, and some of the tumble music, with it's exciting feel, be played during a fitting mood, but I'm not sure how. If this music played randomly during survival, or even creative, this would take away the feel of the current music in Minecraft. However, like stated before, the developers are much, much more advanced in this sort of game development than me, so they could find out a way to make it work.
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