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Minecraft: Story Mode: Season Two

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Minecraft: Story Mode: Season 2

Developer: Telltale Games
Publishers: Telltale Games, Mojang AB
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS X
Released internationally: July 11, 2017 (First Episode)


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.


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Minecraft: Story Mode: Season 2 the sequel to That other, albeit less well-known, point-and-click adventure game created by Telltale Games, made due to the extreme success of Minecraft.

Unused Textures

Crying Creeper Face

Like its predecessor, in the environment for the Order Hall, the back of the buildings have back-face culling. If you take the camera out of bounds (either with a free camera or using an external program i.e. Cinema 4D), you can find an interesting addition from Telltale - a crying creeper face, telling the rest of the dev team to not shoot from that angle, lest the player see the culling!

Seen in the back of the Order Hall (rendered externally) Ripped from the game files.

Xara's Admin Skin

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In the game's files is a complete skin for Xara's admin form - only seen in-game in old posters in the First World / Underneath. The lead writer for Season 2 answered in a Tumblr ask that the skin's original purpose was for use in a flashback monologue that eventually got cut.

Level Select

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To do:
Add the listing and pictures.

Once again like before, With a debug mode patch, if you press in the left stick (or F1 if you're using a keyboard and mouse) on any point in the game, a Level Select opens.