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is there any release i can play past 1.16.4


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i was trying to play 21w0b8 and started it without the controller i use with forge helping me for the controller.  i can start using the lancher a new game like 21w0b8 and the save it after i start.  then i quit and restart the launcher and start forge.  i choose the new game which has 21w0b8 at the link and get a message that it might not be compatible but it starts and the controller is working ok.  now my question is, i think the game only loads for 1.16.4.  i can't find the copper or anything special for the new snapshot.  am i chasing a dead horse trying to play with a controller on a new release???  thanks.  chas

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