Minecraft: Wii U Edition has been out for a couple months now, and many Nintendo gamers have since put in countless hours exploring its blocky environments. All the same, it's not a perfect version of the game, with many fans complaining about certain features that were absent from this release. Naturally, the game is a work in progress, and a new patch has just gone live that adds a hefty amount of extra stuff.
This update is the third to go out for the Wii U, and it brings the game up to par with the Xbox 360 version's 33rd patch. The full patch notes can be found here; it's quite an exhaustive list of additions and tweaks. There are new mobs, blocks, items, and biomes, and dozens of tweaks to existent materials. Alas, there's still no GamePad inventory management, but it's nonetheless nice to see Mojang continuing to improve this edition.
What do you think? Are you glad to see this update? What would you like to see added in future updates? Share your thoughts in the comments below.