Staying at the same place as your shelter will get boring in a few days. Minecraft’s map is roughly 7 times that of our planet Earth and should be explored as much as possible. There are different landforms/biomes in the game namely:
The game might seem lonely at times with you only being the one with brains, but thankfully the creators of the game have made villages that spawn randomly on your map. These villages have villagers and they can actually be of some great use if you learn the trading system in the game properly. Here is a brief description of the types of Villagers and what you can expect as the deal that they would offer to you.
These two don’t really have a necessity to be crafted but having them helps a lot to improve and smoothen your shelter. To craft a Torch, mine coal (minimum 1) and a stick. Fuse them together in the crafting table to make a torch. This will help you to see in dark places while you’re mining or inside your shelter to lighten it up In order to craft a Door, take 6 wooden planks and fuse them column-wise in the crafting table, this will remove the problem of breaking your shelter’s wall every day.
As the name of the game goes, mining is your primary profession and the game is filled with many precious materials to explore and caves to conquer. Some of these useful materials in the sequence of rarity are:
As George R. R. Martin said, “The night is dark and full of terrors“. When the sun sets, the mobs which are creatures that would kill you if you’re seen by them, come out. The common ones are:
Food is the most important factor for your survival as this will help you replenish your health and will make sure you can run. A small meter alongside your health bar is the hunger meter. If empty, it will affect your health and sprint speed. To make sure you are active and healthy you need to hunt for food. There are many animals in the game which are harmless and can be hunted for meat. Like